Foundation Joins World's Biggest Coffee Morning
Friday, 27 September 2019
Pupils, parents and staff from across the Bolton School Foundation raised funds for Macmillan Cancer Support by joining in with the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.
The Junior Girls’ School Parents’ Association organised a Coffee Morning in the Hall which saw lots of parents enjoying a mix of home-made and shop-bought cakes and chatting over tea and coffee. This made for a wonderful start to the day for everyone. Girls were also allowed to buy a cake at the end of the school day.
At morning break and lunchtime, a group of Sixth Form Girls ran a hugely popular cake and sweet sale in the Girls’ Division to raise money.
The Nursery Class for Three and Four Year Olds arrived wearing green in honour of Macmillan. They baked a collection of large and small cupcakes with Mrs Browning, Mrs Patel and Miss White, which Mrs Patel helped to decorate with delicious swirls of green and purple icing. Parents were invited to enjoy a Coffee Afternoon and raised a whopping £610.06!
Nursery Class teacher Mrs Browning said, “We were astounded by the generosity of our Nursery Class families. You will have all made such a difference to so many people through your fundraising today. The children looked amazing in their green outfits and we hope you enjoyed the delicious cupcakes the children made for you. Thank you so much!”
Earlier in the week, the School’s Development Office held a Central Services Coffee Morning for support and teaching staff which raised £160, and a similar event in the Boys’ Division Staff Common Room raised over £140.
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