During the school year, we hold a number of fund-raising events to support charities and community projects, both locally and nationally.
No-school uniform days are held to raise money for the BBC Children In Need appeal as well as Comic Relief and Sport Relief. We also support the Luton Foodbank and have sent thousands of items, all donated by members of our school community, to the Foodbank warehouse to help local families.
Cake sales have also proved to be very popular and help us to raise a lot of money.
Our biggest fundraiser during the 2018-19 school year was the Queen Bee Bike and Hike which raised more than £12,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support. This was a huge event which involved the whole school; it was organised in memory of our dear colleague and friend, class teacher Miss Emma Krstic, who died in October 2018 after being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2016. You can find out more about this fundraising campaign here.
It will be some time before we tackle something as big as the Bike and Hike again, but we will continue to look for ways to help others in any way we can.
We will keep you informed of our fundraising efforts on this page during 2019/20.