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Girls Raise Over £1,700 for Children in Need

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The Girls’ Division at Bolton School has raised a total of £1,796.71 for Children in Need through a variety of fundraising activities!

The Senior and Sixth Form Girls raised £1481.66 through donations towards a non-uniform day, and a hugely popular sweet sale organised and run by form 8D during break and lunchtime raised £211.

In addition, Year 8 pupil Aanya Agrawal has been raising money throughout 2020, starting during the lockdown in January. She started by selling handmade clay models and then went on to make homemade rings and earrings. Her efforts single-handedly raised £104.05! She has really enjoyed making these items and wishes to carry on doing this in the future and is happy to have contributed to Children In Need.

Children across the whole of Bolton School raised money to support this worthy cause this year.

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