Last week we held our Gift Assembly. Many of the children brought in presents for local children who have been referred to the Salvation Army for support this Christmas.
The collection was in conjunction with the Salvation Army’s ‘Gift from The Heart’ initiative, which collects gifts from shoppers at Bromley’s INTU centre, and the children’s gifts were accepted by Mrs Dawn Derham on behalf of the SA. Dawn was overwhelmed by the generosity of Tubbenden children, whose gifts filled two large cars completely!
Thanks to everyone who donated, and WELL DONE TUBBENDEN!
We are happy to say that £103.45 was raised for the Poppy Appeal.
Thank you to everyone who contributed.
The School Council would like to thank everyone in who took part in the Own Clothes Day on Friday 20th June 2014. We raised a massive
We will be presenting a cheque to the Second Chance Animal Rescue, Crockenhill, on Saturday 5th July at the Summer Fayre, when the Rescue will be bringing along some animals for us to see.
School Council would like to thank everyone who contributed to the Own Clothes Day. We raised a massive £540 towards helping the Second Chance Animal Rescue at Crockenhill.
The 5 pence Maths Challenge raised £102 and we are donating this also to the Animal Rescue.
Well done to everyone!
We will be having another Own Clothes Day in the Summer Term to continue raising funds.
Thank you to everyone for your support.
The School Council would like to remind you that there is an Own Clothes Day on Friday 14th February 2014 to raise money for the Second Chance Animal Rescue at Crockenhill, Kent. This is the School Council’s chosen charity for this year.
Please bring a voluntary donation of £1.00 on the day.
You’ll recall that a few weeks ago we held an ‘own clothes’ day to raise money for ‘ShelterBox’, who send a ‘home-in-a-box’ to areas where they are needed in the World. Our aim was to raise enough for two boxes, at £590 each.
Since then one of our pupils, Olivia, raised a further £37.75 through being sponsored to stay silent!
We also collected at each of our Christmas productions. We are delighted to inform you that in all we raised an incredible £2371.17, which is enough for just over FOUR SHELTER BOXES! Well done everybody, and many thanks for your support.
There is a lovely story on ShelterBox’s website – follow the link: http://www.shelterbox.org/news_global.php?id=1226
‘On behalf of everyone at Bromley Mencap I am writing to thank you and the school choir for taking part in our Carol Singing Day at Intu Shopping Centre last Thursday. I hope that the children enjoyed the occasion. Their singing was absolutely wonderful and a great start to the festive season.
I am delighted to inform you that we collected £1,567 which I am sure you will agree is an amazing sum of money and will make a big difference to us.’
Jane Barnes, Corporate and Community Fundraiser, Bromley Mencap
We enjoyed a delightful Gift Assembly this morning which was attended by Dawn Derham from the Bromley Salvation Army. Once again we were overwhelmed by the generosity shown by parents, staff and children alike. You can see in the pictures, the amazing collection of toys and games that were donated for children who are experiencing particular difficulties in their lives at the moment. At least 25 large boxes of toys were collected. The children enjoyed thinking about giving and receiving presents and what we all need most in our lives.
Thank you once again for your very kind donations and wonderful support.
As you know we have been collecting money to raise funds to purchase two ‘Shelter Boxes’ for people affected by Typhoon Haiyan in The Philippines. Each box costs £590.
I am absolutely thrilled to be able to inform you that at the time of writing our collection has so far raised a magnificent: £1,382.25, meaning that we can pay for at least two boxes! There is still more money to come!
Well done Tubbenden Primary School!
Lots of children took action to raise extra amounts.
In 6S Charlie raised over £20 by pestering his family and neighbours, Leah raised £15 and Luke, after placing a bucket and appeal poster in his parents’ shop, raised £157.89!
Children in 6T also got stuck into fundraising by selling cakes and biscuits around the school, raising £71.19.