Students at St Aidan’s CofE Primary School in Hartlepool have come up with a number of creative ways to raise money for charity.

While spending a term learning about the impact of charity, every year group chose a different local charity to raise money for. These included Daisy Chain, Miles for Men, Alice House Hospice, RNLI Hartlepool, the Trussell Trust, the West View Project and St Aidan’s Kitchen.

While some year groups had more conventional manners of raising money, collating donations of food and supplies, others were more unique. Their Year One pupils supported Hartlepool RNLI by doing a sponsored run dressed in armbands, swimming hats, rubber rings and goggles.

The efforts of all these wonderful students didn’t go unnoticed, with the total raised approaching £1,200 at time of writing.

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