Exeter schools fundraise for Children in Need
Students and staff in Ted Wragg schools across Exeter have had a brilliant day fundraising for Children in Need.
Isca Academy, Exwick Heights Primary and Whipton Barton Infants and Junior School, all part of the Ted Wragg Trust, took part in a variety of fun fundraising activities throughout the day. Exwick Heights raised over £500 after holding a non uniform day. Isca Academy also held a non uniform day along with a cake sale and games such as, guessing baby pictures of members of staff. Whipton Barton also took donations for their non uniform day and lots of the pupils there came to school dressed as superheroes! Children at the school also took part in baking and decorating Pudsey the bear biscuits.
Children in Need raise funds to make sure they can be there for children and young people by funding thousands of local charities and projects. Their annual appeal in November inspires our communities across the UK to come together, raise funds and show support.
Moira Marder, CEO of the Ted Wragg Trust said:
“I am so proud of all the children and staff at our schools across Exeter for the fundraising they have done for Children in Need today. It’s important for children to understand how they can help those in need and it was great to see the schools having such fun while raising money for a tremendously worthwhile cause.”