We always try to think of others in our school, whether we help someone in the playground, support our friends in place or fundraise for a special cause.
See below for some of the ways we have helped raise funds or support others who are not in our school.
Nelson’s Journey Autumn 2 2018
We collected at Christmas for Nelson’s Journey to help them in their work supporting children in our school and other schools
Sugar for Shelters Autumn 2 2018
We collected sugar to help homeless people in the winter months.
Harvest Food Collection Autumn 2 2018
We collected donations for the Mid Norfolk Foodbank as part of our Harvest Activities
Children in Need 2018
We would like to thank all families for the donations made to support Children in Need. Across the federation we raised a Spotacular £745.08. The money raised will mean that Children in Need will be able to continue to support disadvantaged children and young people across the UK, so that they can live sage, happy lives and have the chance to reach their potential.
Poppy Appeal 2018
We would like to thank all of the families who supported the poppy appeal this year. We raised a fantastic total of £983.79 across the federation. We are truly appreciative of all the donations made.
Food Bank Collection October 2018
As part of our harvest celebrations we collected food for the Mid Norfolk Food bank. We thought of the foods that would be useful and help others who may be in need of some support.
A big thank you to all of our families for their support with this.
Children in Need 2018
On Friday 16th November children across the federation supported Children in Need through a non-uniform ‘Show Your Spots’ day. Children from the School Council created posters, collection pots and envelopes, and collected the donations in each class. The children enjoyed a range of activities throughout the day including mask making and counting Pudsey spots!
Thank you to everyone for their generous donations. The Federation raised a total of £750. Well done everyone!
Sport Relief March 2018
On Friday 23rd March we held a federation wide ‘come dressed sporty’ day in aid of Sport Relief 2018. The children came to school wearing sports wear from trainers and football shirts, to rugby tops, cricket kit and gymnastics leotards, the children looked fantastic – well done. Through donations we managed to raise a brilliant £298.95 at the Infant School and over £300 at the Junior School.
We had been practising the song ‘Step It Up For Sport Relief’ at the Infant School during our singing assembly times and the children learnt the actions to go with the chorus as well as helping to make up actions to the rest of the song. The whole school, from Nursery to Year 2, came together on Friday morning for a mass performance of the song. It was truly amazing to see all the children joining in and being active.
We always like to try and help others in our school. take a look at some of the ways we have done this.
Scotty’s Little Soldiers Christmas Collection 2017
Thank you to everyone who donated to Scotty’s Little Soldiers during our Christmas performance collections. We are proud to announce that we raised a total of £255.25! Scotty’s Little Soldiers provide help and assistance to children and young people who have lost a parent serving in the British Armed Forces, so thank you again from us and Scotty’s Little Soldiers.
Red Nose Day Super School 2017
The children, families and staff at Toftwood Infant School are always happy to support Red Nose Day and have been given Red Nose Day Super School status for our support in recent years.
Nelson’s Journey Collection, December 2016
Thank you to everyone who donated to Nelson’s Journey during our Christmas performance collections. We are proud to announce that we raised a total of £400!
Nelson’s Journey provides bereavement support for support for children and young people across the county, and staff at the charity have passed on their thanks for our donation.
Sugar for Shelters Collection, December 2016
Children, families and staff kindly donated to the Sugar for Shelters collection in December 2016. All donations help the homeless and families in crisis in East Anglia.