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A Spot of Fundraising for Children in Need

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The Junior Girls wore their own clothes and lots of Pudsey accessories in exchange for bringing in donations for Children in Need. They raised an amazing £453.47 with their efforts. Bolton School’s Infants at Beech House were excused from wearing their uniforms in exchange for donations and came to school decked in Pudsey ears and accessories, raising £687! The Senior Girls also took part in a non-uniform day to raise even more funds.

Children in the Nursery Class for Three and Four Year Olds arrived in their best yellow outfits, many wearing Pudsey ears and t-shirts, and raised over £44 for Children in Need. They decorated biscuits with yellow icing and colourful spots for the occasion, and had fun with plenty more themed activities throughout the day. The Junior Boys’ School enjoyed a ‘spotty’ start to the day by supporting Joe Wicks in his Children in Need PE challenge, and were very enthusiastic for the Children in Need Duck Race in the afternoon.

All in all, it was a spot-tacular day for fundraising at Bolton School as the whole Foundation supported Children in Need.

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