Combined efforts in Sidmouth nets more than £2,000 for Children in Need
- Credit: Archant
Spots, sweet treats and sporting fun help boost funds for cause
Youngsters donned prints and Pudsey ears to participate in a successful fundraising drive for BBC Children in Need.
Year six pupils from St John’s School took an innovative approach with some investment of their pocket money, by making break-time snacks, including ice-creams, and raked in a ‘fantastic’ £198.
The school also held sporting activities and a mufti day, which helped net a total of £531.27.
Sidmouth College students paid £1 for to wear casual clothes to school and raised £701 for the cause.
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Beer Primary School pupils and staff all embraced a ‘spotty’ theme and raised £290 with sales of wrist bands, a non-uniform day and a cake stall.
Sidmouth primary pupils raised £541.29 with a non-uniform day and other events.
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