Picnic fun times hold for charity
July 15, 2014 - Picnic Time
A TEDDY Bear’s cruise has been staged for charity.
Nicholas Chamberlaine Technology College in Bedworth invited along pupils from All Saints Infant School and Nursery as partial of a fundraiser in assist of Action for Children.
As good as a cruise and a non uniform event, there were lots of activities put on including song and play for Nicholas Chamberlaine students to do with a younger children including all from bongo pitter-patter to badminton.
“It was a poetic event,” pronounced Vicky Lacey, partnership growth manager during a propagandize in Bulkington Road.
“We had 125 children and 40 adults from All Saints Infant School and Nursery revisit us.
“Staff and students from Nicholas Chamberlaine gave a children an eventuality to try lots of opposite activities such as bongo drumming, badminton, football, hair braiding and caricature cinema of Paddington Bear who is a mascot for Action for Children.
“Mickey and Minnie Mouse were guest of honour!
“After an hour of fun and games we all enjoyed a cruise lunch together and Nicholas Chamberlaine students affianced a £500 concession from their non uniform day to Action for Children that will be combined to a monies lifted by All Saints School.
“I would like to appreciate Tina Keeling, headteacher of All Saints Infant School and Nursery for assisting to organize a corner fundraising eventuality between a dual schools.
“Also interjection to staff and students from Nicholas Chamberlaine for their assistance in creation a eventuality such a success.”