Primary School

Go-Givers – Make a Difference Campaign

Children in reception class are taking part in a ‘Make a Difference Campaign’ The campaign is a child led project that supports  children in identifying, researching and addressing a concern that they want to do something about by developing awareness, fundraising or taking direct action. After much discussion the class identified four things, helping the elderly, helping other children, helping the homeless and providing food for food banks. This week they held a ballot just like grownups do when deciding on a Prime Minister! There was a tie   between elderly and children in the community. Another ballot was held and with 17 votes to 12 children was the most popular. Over the next few weeks the class will be thinking about how to help  children in the  community who don’t have much to do after school or on weekends. Well done reception!

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