Here at Dalestorth we enjoy a variety of Fundraising projects… Not only does it support the needs of communities, it also encourages children to think of others before themselves and what it would like to be in another person's shoes.
We enjoy fundraising every year for needy causes such as: Children in Need, Comic Relief, Sport Relief, Berundi Bear, Macmillan, Water Aid , Sightsavers, John Eastwood Hospice, Kingsmill, The Powerful Pencil Case Challenge, NSPCC, Save the Children, Rainbows Children's Hospice etc and many more......
Fundraising for our own school and our children is also very dear to our hearts which is where money from the Autumn Fair, Easter Activities, Christmas Cards, Discos, Cake sales comes in. The money we have raised recently from your huge generosity has gone on..
- Subsidising trips and visitors
-Outdoor Play equipment
- The outdoor area
Many thanks for your generosity as we completely depend on it.
All our work around Fundraising supports our promotion of British Values, Citizenship, SMSC and PSHE.
Macmillan Coffee Afternoon
Thank you to all of you who came and ate cake, drank tea or coffee, had fun and supported us as a school as we supported Macmillan. We all had a great time, the cakes were especially delicious! We will update this with how much we raised as a school.
Operation Christmas Child
We have made up 56 Christmas shoe box parcels!
Children in Need 2018
Children In Need 2018 was a huge success. Thank you all so much for your generous donations and efforts - we raised an amazing £685!
There were lots of activities in school. The class design a Pudsey competition was won by the Jaguars who have an extra playtime.
The Pudsey banadana winners were: Molly Parsons, Harriett Young and Poppy Rose McHugh-Hickman from Lions and Tigers, Evie John from the Panthers, Tyler Thorneycroft form Pumas, Grace Robinson from the Bobcats, Darcie Maxwell from Wildcats, Kaiden Dove from Lynx, Lucy Harvey from Cougars, Hon-Yee Tse from Cheetahs and Olivia Bryan from the Leopards. All other entries received a goodie bag.
Charlotte Albrighton, Lyla Hill, Lacy Cotterill, Liam Newman,
Sam Young and Mikell Manger were winners of the knitted Pudsey raffle.
Autumn Fair 2018
Well done to everyone, we have raised over £1700 again at our annual Autumn Fair. Thank You!
Christmas Card Project
£268 raised on selling Christmas Cards designed by the children.
Comic Relief 2019
Doing something funny for money! We had a great time on Comic Relief having funny faces and funny hair. You raised over £700! Amazing! Thank you!
Scroll down and see what we got up to last year....
You raised £513 for Macmillan with our coffee and cake afternoon - Thank you so much for joining us and for your generous cake donations for us to enjoy.
A huge thank you for all the fantastic produce donated for our Harvest Festival. Half of it went to a local church to be distributed amongst the homeless and the remainder of it as usual went to the John Eastwood Hospice.
Christmas Shoe Box Appeal
A very big thank you and well done for putting together 77 Christmas Shoe Boxes containing a whole manner of special Christmas gifts for those children who would otherwise receive nothing. In the photograph we were on 73 boxes, but by the end of the morning after this photograph was taken you had managed 77. Well done everyone!
Children in Need
You raised a huge £642 with our dress up day, spotty cake sale, guess how many spots on Pudsey, raffle tickets for knitted Pudsey’s and the duck race!! In our pictures below, you can spot some of the winners!
During October the children were busy making merchandise for their annual Enterprise Sale. The idea behind Enterprise week is to support the teaching of Financial Education to the children. Each class is given a budget of £30 to purchase resources to make a product to sell. The children’s challenge is then to sell as much of the merchandise as possible and make a profit. The Enterprise Trophy goes to the class who makes the most.
All monies made will be released back to the children for them to decide on purchases to make for their class throughout the year. Last year the children spent their money on all kinds of things from pets, to games and free trips. This year's class products included:
Kittens - Plants
Lions- & Tigers – Pizzas, Cakes, Friendship Bracelets and Hair Accessories
Bobcat Class – Christmas Decorations & Mashmallow Snowmen
Panther Class- Decorated Tealights, Candy Cane Reindeer and Halloween Jelly
Puma Class – Reindeer Food and Hot Chocolate Spoons
Cougar Class-Snowflake Christmas Decorations
Jaguar Class- Christmas Decorations, Wool baubles & Snakes
Leopard Class- Fruit Crumbles
The sale was a great success and the children now have plenty of money in their pots! Visit our News page and the children's class pages to see photos of the event.
£55 was raised selling poppies throughout school.
Throughout the summer months, we sold slush to top up our school fund making £369.
Autumn Fair raised £1740 for School Fund.
£240 was raised from selling Christmas cards produced by the children.
Christmas Carol singing
The school choir raised £124 for the John Eastwood Hospice singing Christmas carols and songs at Kingsmill Hospital - very well done!
Sport Relief 2018 - March 16th -23rd
Sport Relief involved us joining in with the National Challenge of doing as many steps as we possibly could aiming for a Dalestorth to Kilimanjaro challenge. We managed 63,551 steps raising well over £300!
Race for Life!
Our amazing Race for life team have raised over £500! Look out for School Race for Life coming soon in July!
School Race For Life!!
On Monday 23rd July the whole school took part in 'Race for Life' all in aid of the cancer charity. It was an unbelievable event with the children raising over £3000! You can see lots of photos in the 'Sports News' section of our website. Well done everyone!
Berundi Bear Picnic Fundraiser
We all enjoyed buying a bear, having a bear biscuit and drink with our friends and in the process raising £160 for Berundi. Berundi is one of the poorest areas in Africa and for every bear sold it is a brick to build much needed schools. Schools provide valuable education and way out of poverty.