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At The Annunciation Infant School we develop, in age and stage appropriate ways, our pupils' understanding of the theology that underpins the call to acts of service to others. Through our commitment to works of charity we help pupils to gain a greater understanding of our responsibility to do what we can in support of all members of God's family. Throughout the year we organise fundraising activities to raise money for Charities such as CAFOD and the RNLI.
We recently participated in fundraising for the victims of the Grenfell Tower tragedy and raised £281 which was sent to the Catholic Children's Society.
We recently collected food items for Homeless Action In Barnet and received this lovely certificate to say Thank You!
The School raised £300 from our Wear Green for Cafod Day.
We also raised a further £433 in our Christmas Bucket collection which was used to buy gifts from the CAFOD catalogue, chosen by each class, for families in developing countries.
Reception children chose a winter survival kit, vegetable garden and chirpy chickens.
Year 1 children chose a donkey that delivers, a community toilet and a fabulous football.
Year 2 children chose water for a family, chirpy chickens, a chicken coop, squirming worms, immunisations for a child and a meal for someone in poverty.
We supported The Royal British Legion by selling poppies across the school and raised £170.76.
The School raised £200 from our 'Socks Or Slippers' RNLI Day.