Miss Phillips: December 2016
On Friday 16th December Wrenbury Primary School took part in the Christmas jumper day to raise money for the save the children charity. Everyone looked very festive around school with some lovely Christmas jumpers! Even Mr Sargeant got involved wearing his lovely snowman jumper!
The money will be used to help children around the world who are less forunate than others, which will hopefully enhance their quality of life contributing towards a better future for everyone.
Everyone was asked to bring in £1 to wear their jumper, as a school we have managed to raise a fantastic £98.40!!!!! Thank you to everyone who donated to this fantastic charity (and thank you to all parents who helped with getting the Christmas jumpers ready).
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