The School Council has been leading an initiative to raise money for toilet-twinning. This is a charity which builds toilets and provides hygiene education in some of the world's poorest countries. The money we raise is destined for Cox’s Bazar, the world's biggest refugee camp, which is in Bangladesh.
Through assemblies, displays and PSHE lessons we have learnt about the importance of having clean toilets and access to water. This has given children motivation to raise money for this cause.
Money has been raised through a ‘Blue for the Loo’ dress up day and a sponsored run. The children put in an impressive effort with a couple even managing 6km in 30 minutes! We will announce the total raised in due course.