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Loxley C of E Community Primary School

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Supporting Good Causes

Why does our school support charities and local good causes?

At Loxley C of E Community Primary School, we believe that it is important to teach children to give back to their communities and to help those in need.  In this endeavour, we aim to support a wide range of local charities, national and worldwide causes throughout each academic year. Our work supporting charities also helps our children to further develop their core Christian values of Compassion, Friendship, Generosity, Hope, Justice, Respect and Thankfulness.

 

Below are just some of the examples of our recent efforts for good causes...

 

2019

Picture 1 By Lola H.
Picture 2 By Tink
Picture 1 By Ethan
Picture 2 By Arlo
Picture 3 By Thomas

Warwick Hospital

As part of an exciting community project to brighten up the Children’s Accident and Emergency Department at Warwick Hospital, the children in Classes 2 and 3 were asked to design a 59cm x 59cm ceiling tile.  The children followed the theme of ‘A Healthy Imagination’ as well as trying to think about what might reassure or distract poorly or injured children whilst receiving care. The children will now paint their colourful designs onto the tiles, provided by the hospital, which will be installed into the new ceiling. They have all enjoyed being part of such a worthwhile project.

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The Salvation Army

Follow the link below to find out how we have supported The Salvation Army by recycling our old clothes.  More than 20 bags of recycled clothes were collected from school on Friday 22nd March and the proceeds raised from their sale will help to raise much-needed funds for Loxley Primary School whilst also helping this worthwhile cause AND caring for our environment!

Red Nose Day 2019

On Friday 15th March, children and staff were invited to wear something red to school (including red noses if they wished!) in exchange for a recommended donation of £1 in support of Comic Relief 2019.  £30 was raised.  Well done, children!

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