St Thomas CE (VC) Primary School
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Each year, our school takes part in the NSPCC Number Day. It's a fun, nationwide maths fundraisning event or children and young people of all ages that helps raise money to support the NSPCC. As a school we all dress up in mathematical clothing and spend the school day taking part in a variety of hands on, practical maths problems.
See the Gallery below for the pictures from this year's event.
C.A.R.T. stands for Christian African Relief Trust.
Based here in Huddersfield, C.A.R.T. sends goods to countries in Africa to support development, education, training and relieve poverty. All donations go directly towards transporting goods from the UK and Africa.
In 2014, St Thomas Primary School sent nearly 40 boxes of school equipment, text books and resources that will be put to better use in schools in developing countries in Africa.
Since 2013, The Welcome Centre in the heart of Huddersfield has been linked with St Thomas Primary School.
Our Year 5 & 6 children began to collect tins, dry goods, home items and stationary to help top up this vital food bank, a food bank that supports hundreds of families across our town.
As we learnt more, we were invited to visit the centre and see for ourselves what hardwork and dedication goes into running such an important service. In our first visit, our pupils, teachers and parents across the school community donated nearly 50 bags of food and household goods.
Since that first visit we have been back, filling our school mini bus this Autumn 2014, with a fantastic responce to our Harvest collection at St Thomas' Church.
See the Gallery below for the pictures from this year's work.
Our fund raising for Marie Curie Cancer Care spans the first few months of the year. Our children begin the school year in September by planting their very own daffodil bulbs in class. We then water them, care for them and keep them safe until March.
We then create a design for our plant pot wrapper and spend the day wearing yellow in school. We also take home fundraising envelopes to get our friends and family involved.
We raise a fantastic amount of money each year and the school is so proud of the hard work and donations that our pupils and parents put in.