Mozart Raise Funds for Spectrum
During the last week of term, all the students in Mozart Class held three different charity events to raise money for a charity that they chose themselves.
They chose the charity Spectrum, which is a parent-led children's charity who organises events and provides support for families of children with Autism, additional needs, learning difficulties and disabilities. Their membership is free so do visit their website for further information.
On the Friday morning, they all decorated cakes that they had been busy making for the event. They all worked so hard to raise as much money as they could. Whether it was going round the school encouraging people to join in with their Jelly Bean Guessing Game, selling the cakes they made or painting people's faces.
Students were thrilled to have raised £90 for Spectrum! A big well done to you all for arranging these fun events. What an achievement!
The Winners of the Jelly Bean Guess
There were 1174 jelly beans in the jar!
The winners with the closest guess were as follows;
Adults: Barbara Young with 1235
Students: Sam with 1103, Emily with 1000 and Bella with 900