We take pride in showing our core values of love, respect and kindness by supporting a number of different good causes throughout the year. Please take a look at the photographs of us doing some weird and wonderful things to raise money.
Feed the Hungry March 2022
We are immensely proud to have raised money with St Augustines, Draycott, St Peter’s, Alton and Dove Academy to provide a well in a village in Nepal. Before the well was installed, villagers had to walk miles every day to find water which was not clean.
Children in Need sponsored walk – November 2021
In November 2021, the whole school took part in our annual Children in Need sponsored walk along the old railway line in Denstone. We raised an amazing £1,134.00.
Act of Remembrance November 2021
On Sunday 14th November 2021, members of the School Council attended the annual Remembrance Parade in the village of Denstone. They laid a wreath to remember all those who gave their lives for us. We are very proud of the children who represented all the pupils and staff of our school.
A range of merchandise was sold in aid of the British Legion poppy appeal.
Feed The Hungry – June 2019
Children from our Year Three and Four classes joined with children from St Peters, St Augustines and Dove school to pack food for the charity Feed The Hungry. The charity helps children and families in countries where they are unable to grow or buy food to live off.
Before we could pack the food we took part in lots of fundraising events to raise money to buy it. At All Saints we held a pyjama day where everyone came dressed in their pyjamas.
The food that was packed was dried so that it could travel long distances by lorry. It would be made into meals when it reached its destination. Children and families in Burkina Faso would be eating the food we packed very soon!
Shoebox Appeal December 2018
With the help of parents, our children filled a shoebox with many items such as a small cuddly toy, a warm hat and gloves, soap, flannel, toothbrush and toothpaste that could be sent to a child in another country on Christmas Day.
The shoeboxes were sent from the church altar along a line of children that each sent their love as the box passed through their hands. We hope our beautifully decorated boxes made the children smile as they opened them