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Charities we support

At Our Lady of Grace we support a variety of different charities by taking part in events and holding own clothes days.

 

SKIPATHON 2019

Thank you to you all for supporting the British Heart Foundation Skipathon.  

The children had great fun using different skipping techniques and cheering each other on - even the teachers got involved to see who could skip the most! Everyone really enjoyed taking part.

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CAFOD

This Lent we asked children to collect money in their boxes for the CAFOD campaign ‘Give it Up’. 

Our children were asked to give something up for a day, a week or the whole of Lent, then make regular donations in their CAFOD boxes, so our small change can make a BIG change.

Thank you to everyone who helped raise £332.95.

 

Christmas Performances 2018

Thank you to all the parents, carers and friends who kindly gave donations donated following our Christmas Performances for St Christopher's Hospice and St Mungo's Homeless Charity - a total of £469.28 was collected.

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Poppy Appeal 2018

Thank you to all those who helped raise funds for the Royal British Legion. We sold traditional poppies and items of stationary decorated with poppies to support Remembrance Day. We raised a great amount of £209.34 - thank you all again.

Poppy appeal 2018

 

CAFOD

As part of Harvest, children at OLOG came into school in bright clothes to support CAFOD's Brighten Up Day.

They wore some very colourful outfits and raised £134.96 to help the people CAFOD work with around the world. Thank you! 

 

Brighten up day

 

Harvest Food Bank

What really generous donations our parents have given for our Food Bank collection. This will go to the Greenwich Food Bank which provides support for local people, like ourselves, who may be finding things hard at the moment. Thank you!

Cafod 2018

 

Macmillan Cancer Support

Dear Parents, What a wonderful turn out at our Macmillan 'Coffee and Cake' morning which we held on Friday 28th September. You are always so supportive and we thank you so much for your time and generosity. Together we raised £359.40. Many, many thanks.

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NSPCC 2018

The NSPCC carried out an assembly as part of their 'Speak Out, Stay Safe' programme. As part of this, the children took part in sponsored sports events and raised £367.67 to support the NSPCC in their fight against child abuse.

Nspcc 2018

 

Skipathon 2018

What a fun morning the children had taking part in the Skipathon for the British Heart Foundation - we raised a staggering £834.81.

The children used different skipping techniques and cheered each other on and even the teachers got involved to see who could skip the most. Everyone really enjoyed the event. Well done!

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Skipathon 2018

 

CAFOD - Lenten Appeal

A huge thank you to everyone who raised money for CAFOD during Lent - your donations totalled £636.11.

With these funds families are being supported in all sorts of amazing ways like being able to access clean water and somewhere safe to go to the toilet or being trained to set up and maintain their own nutritious vegetable gardens.

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St Mungo's

After the Christmas performances, parents kindly donated money to help St Mungo's charity for the Homeless. Thank you to everyone who contributed towards this - we raised £326.62 for this very worthy cause.

 

Poppy Appeal 2017

Thank you to all those parents and children who helped raise vital funds for the Royal British Legion. We sold traditional poppies, wrist bands, bracelets and many more lovely items to support Remembrance Day. We raised a staggering £232.86 - thank you all again.

Poppy appeal 2017

 

Harvest Food Bank

Thank you Parents for your very generous donations to our Food Bank collection. This will go to the Greenwich Food Bank which provides support for local people, like ourselves, who may be finding things hard at the moment.

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Coffee & cake

Once again parents, you have been so generous with your donations of cakes for our Macmillan Coffee Morning. Thank you.

What a fantastic selection of yummy home-made cakes that the children enjoyed too at the cake sale to raise more funds for cancer support - £395.16 in fact!

We are very grateful for all your support you always offer.

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CAFOD - Lenten Appeal

Thank you to all the children and parents who collected money in their boxes for the CAFOD campaign 'Turn Little Fish into Big Fish' because little actions will make a really big difference.

You raised a wonderful amount of £602.09 for which we received a letter of thanks and certificate from CAFOD. Thank you again for your support.

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Skipathon

Both young and old (er) took part in this years annual Skipathon at OLOG, to show our support for the British Heart Foundation.

On Friday afternoon the boys and girls showed off their cross-cross, twister and toe tapping skills in our newly painted MUGA.

This year it wasn't only the children who got a chance to jump rope for heart. The KS1 and EYFS adults were narrowly defeated by the adults in KS2 in a competition thoroughly enjoyed by the children!

Thank you for your generous donations - we raised £505.60 for BHF.

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Woolly Hat Day

Children were asked to wear a woolly hat at school on Friday 27th January in support of St Mungo's. We raised £122.17 - thank you children.

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St Mungo's Charity

What a wonderful set of performances the children put on for parents, carers, friends and the local community in December 2016.

At the end of the KS1 Nativity and KS2 Carol Concerts we asked for donations towards the St Mungo's Charity for the Homeless and what a fantastic response we got! We also held a raffle for a lucky family to win a brilliant hamper full of goodies donated by staff and the money raised also went to St Mungos.

Thank you to everyone for your generosity - we raised £695.05.

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BRITISH HEART FOUNDATION (BHF):

London to Brighton Bike Ride

What a great day our staff - Mr Lammas, Mrs Sully, Miss O'Connor and Mrs Steenkamp - had taking part in the London to Brighton annual bike ride. Not only did they support the British Heart Foundation but they also raised £231 for the School. Thanks to all the parents who kindly sponsored them.

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Jump Rope for Heart

Every year the children take part in a Skipathon to support the British Heart Foundation. They have great fun in this sponsored skipping event and so far they have raised £397.73. Thank you for your generous donations.

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GREENWICH & BEXLEY COMMUNITY HOSPICE:

Go Yellow Day

Children were asked to wear something yellow in exchange for donating money to help the Hospice - as well as brightening up the day with such a lovely sunny colour, they also raised £180.90.

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Carolthon

Year 5 sang their hearts out in support of Greenwich and Bexley Cottage Hospice on 2nd December in Eltham High Street. A group of passers by commented they were the best carols they'd heard sung that morning! Even Dave our Lollipop man came down - 'looking at those smiling faces and listening to the lovely songs made me feel like Christmas was today - well done OLOG!'

 

CAFOD

This Lent we asked children to collect money in their boxes for the CAFOD campaign 'Make a Splash' because water is so vital. They gave up something (like crisps or sweets) and put the money saved into the money box provided.

 

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ST MUNGO'S - CHARITY FOR THE HOMELESS

Woolly Hat Day

Beth, from 'St Mungo's' Charity for the homeless, came to our school to thank us for our contributions to the charity and to tell us more about the work they do.

Our Christmas donations and the proceeds of 'Woolly Hat Day' will go towards providing much needed help for those who find themselves sleeping rough on the streets of our city.

Beth's account of the work they do - to 'help people to help themselves' left a real impression on us all.

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