On Friday 9 March, we met up to discuss fundraising ideas for Sports Relief Week. Below is the minutes from the meeting.
The Charity met up to talk about Autumn's fundraising events and we also began to talk about some fundraising ideas for Term 5. Click on the document below to read the minutes taken from the meeting.
The Charity group have had their first meeting this term. We spoke about what pupil voice is, as well as what a charity is. (Click on the link below to see the minutes from our meeting). Charities decided to raise funds for children in need on Friday 17th November 2017. The children suggested that bear ears, funky headbands, or bandannas are worn and then 50p donated. We will also have 'Guess the Ted's' name for 50p. If the name is guessed correctly, the winner gets to take it home.
We also decided to raise funds for 'Save the Children', so on December 15th we will be wearing Christmas Jumpers over our school uniform for a £1 donation.
Charities is very proud to announce that we managed to raise £117 for Children in Need.
Dear Midfield Primary School,
Thank you for your kind donation of £117.00 to BBC Children in Need. Your reference is DDYL-51435937.
Your generosity will make a real difference to disadvantaged young lives across the UK.
It means we can find and fund voluntary groups, community projects and local charities with inspirational ideas that change young lives. And it means we can continue to help children and young people have a childhood that is:
If you would like to find out about all the ways to help BBC Children in Need please visit our website at www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey
Thank you once again for your support.
BBC Children in Need
Tel: 0345 609 0015
BBC Children in Need company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales company number 04723022 and registered charity under number 802052 in England and Wales and SC039557 in Scotland. Registered address: Bridge House, Media City UK, Salford, M50 2BH
Congratulations to Amelie in Year 3 who managed to guess the cuddly toy's name correctly. The cow was named 'Maddie Moo' by an outside party.