Miss Phillips: March 2018
This year we are really excited to be raising money for Sport Relief 2018! As one of the UK's biggest fundraising events, Sport Relief brings the entire nation together to get active, raise money and change lives.
Wrenbury Primary School has decided to get involved and help raise money for this incredible cause.
To do our bit and raise money we will be:
Holding a Dodgeball tournament,
On Thursday 22nd March
This tournament will run during school time (morning) and is an opportunity for all children to get involved and play in their house teams. We will be holding two separate tournaments, one for early years and key stage 1 and another for key stage 2.
DO YOUR BIT:
You need to collect sponsors to take part in the tournament, fill in the sponsor form and collect in the money (place it into an envelope); these need to be brought to school on Thursday 22nd March.
And, the best bit is, the money you raise for Sport Relief goes to projects in the UK and around the world, helping vulnerable people build a better future for themselves. To find out more about Sport Relief visit sportrelief.com/schools.
We will also be using Sport Relief as a teaching opportunity so that our students can learn about the issues children across the world face, and how the money we raise can help them.
We really appreciate your support and hope that you'll have fun helping our school raise lots of money for Sport Relief!
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