This half-term, Creative Day had a Courageous Advocacy and charity theme. Each class selected a charity to raise money for. A total of £303.08 was raised! Class 1 raised money for the Cornwall Wildlife Trust, Class 2 for the Bush Fires Appeal and Class 3 split their money raised between the Children's Liver Disease Foundation and Orangutan Veterinary Aid.
Throughout the day, the children carried out a range of activities, including cooking, dance, violins and a myriad of art sessions.
Class 3 also had a hugely informative talk about climate change and social action by a guest speaker.
In preparation for Truro Cathedral's service for Children and Young People, the children designed welcome banners for the service and slate designs for the roof of Truro Cathedral, that will be entered into a county wide competition.
At the end of the day, children ran stalls to raise money for their charities. Thank you for the wonderful support from all our families who attended this event. A special thanks to the PTFA who provided teas and coffees.
Today really showed all that is great about Duloe and saw us living our ethos: An adventure for the mind and a home for the heart, for all God's children.
Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day
On the 13th December the children wore their Christmas Jumpers to school in exchange for a donation towards the Save the Children charity
Children in Need
For Children in Need this year, the children raised money by having a non-uniform day. There were some fantastic outfits with spots and pyjamas galore! Thank you all for you fantastic generosity towards this wonderful cause.
As well as buying poppies to raise money for the 2019 Poppy Appeal, the children wrote poetry from the perspective of a soldier serving in the trenching during WW1. The children read their poems in church and also created a wonderful display of their amazing work.
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