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Loving Thy Neighbour

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At Saughall All Saints, we try to show that we love our neighbours in lots of different ways and we want to say a huge thank you to everyone who helps us to do this.

2022

LENT

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This year, instead of giving something up for Lent, each class chose a charity and raised money for that charity through putting change in Smarties' tubes during Lent. This money was then sent to the chosen charity along with a letter from the class explaining what they had done and why.

RECEPTION British Heart Foundation £52.15
MR MURPHY'S UNICEF/Born Free £40.98
MRS HUGHES/MRS HOOPER British Red Cross £70.95
MRS ALLASON War Child £65.98
MR FULLER RSPCA £67.06
MR GRAHAM Alder Hey £77.14
MR AMESBURY Guide Dogs £58.14
MRS MITCHELL/MISS HUMPHREYS Guide Dogs £24.36
MRS ASHDOWN Alopecia UK £34.32
MR DEWDNEY RSPCA £52.95

We had letters back from Alder Hey, the British Heart Foundation and the RSPCA thanking the children for their support and explaining what the money would be used for.

 

CHRISTIAN AID WEEK

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In May, school supported the work of Christian Aid Week by having a non-uniform day and cake sale. As a school, we raised £530.97.

 

SPONSORED WALK

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In July, we did a sponsored walk to raise money for the schools we suppport in Zambia and Uganda. The sport's ambassadors took the lead on organising and running the day. They decided that each year group would walk a certain distance and wear something different.

Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 were all asked to bring in a teddy that linked to African animals and they walked 2 miles.

Year 3/4 were asked to wear animal masks or paint their faces like African animals and they walked 3.5 miles.

Year 5/6 were asked to wear colours from the Zambian and Ugandan flags and they walked 5 miles.

We raised a massive £2800. The money that went to Uganda has been used to buy sporting equipment for the children there and the money sent to Zambia has been used to buy school uniform for the children. 

 

MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING

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In September, we ran a Macmillan coffee morning. The children came to school wearing non-uniform and brought in cakes which were then sold during the coffee morning. Each year group then sang 2 songs during the morning whilst the parents ate cake and drank tea and coffee. We raised a massive £1185.

 

HARVEST

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For harvest this year, we donated food to the local food bank. Year 3/4 led us in a Harvest celebration and taught us about what harvest is and why it's important. 

POPPIES

During the week leading up to Remembrance Day, we sold poppies in school and we had a special act of worship all about why Remembrance Day is so important.

REVERSE ADVENT CALENDAR

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This year, for advent, we created our own reverse advent calendar. Each class chose two special things that they would like to do to show kindness to other people and to the world. These were then put into the Gingerbread Man advent calendar and were taken out one at a time each day during advent. Each class then tried to do the act of kindness throughout that day.

Some examples of acts of kindness are:

  1. Say thank you to someone who does things for us everyday, e.g. our parents, Mr Hopkinson, Mrs Prenton
  2. Put some bird seed out for the birds
  3. Make a card for the bin men to say thank you
  4. Draw a picture for someone you love 

 

CHOIR CAROL CONCERT

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On 15th December, the choir joined together with 4 other schools choirs from across Chester to raise money for the schools we support in Zambia. The schools all learnt 3 joint songs and then 2 individual songs, which they performed at the concert. It was held at The Bishops' Blue Coat High School and parents were invited to come and watch.

The schools performed amazingly and the behaviour of all children was outstanding. We raised £360 which will be used to provide much needed medicine and vaccinations for the children in Zambia.

 

 

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Saughall,
Chester,
CH1 6EP

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