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Students and teachers at St Andrew’s Church of England School in Croydon are supporting Children in Need in style this week, with a one mile fun run to raise money for the worthy cause.
The school is encouraging students to don their very best fancy dress costumes – with special prizes being awarded to the best dressed in each year group – and to take part in the fun run, starting at Duppas Hill, opposite the school grounds.
Kerry Targett, Headteacher at St Andrew’s CE School said: “We are delighted to be doing our bit for Children in Need this week, with our fantastic one mile fun run which is set to raise money for the brilliant cause. Our whole school community will be joining together and rising to the challenge, as usual, and we are really looking forward to the big day!”
Raising money for this year’s ‘The Big Spotacular’ Children in Need event, students at St Andrew’s School will be donating £1 to wear fancy dress or non-uniform clothes for the day, as well as collecting sponsorships from friends, family and the local community for the run.
The national charity, Children in Need, provides grants to a whole range of projects across the UK, which focus on children and young people who are disadvantaged. The charity supports small and large organisations which empower children and extend their life choices, with 2,400 projects currently running across the UK.
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