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  • Raising Money for Molly Olly’s Wishes

    Published 12/05/20

    Warwick Prep pupil Ellie decided to hold a cake and bracelet sale on VE Day to raise money for Molly Olly’s Wishes, a local children’s charity. She has a special relationship with Molly Olly’s through her dance school and Ellie realised vulnerable children also needed to be looked after during this challenging time.  Overall, she managed to raise £220! Well done Ellie. 

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  • Community Spirit in Adversity

    Published 11/05/20

    I am sure we would all agree that we are living in very demanding times, particularly with the experience of ‘lockdown’ and all the challenges that involves. 

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  • GB Spring Clean

    Published 06/05/20

    Whilst enjoying walks with her brother, Phoebe a King High pupil, has been participating in the GB Spring Clean. They have been taking plastic bags and gloves to collect the litter they come across.

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  • Origami Elephants

    Published 06/05/20

    Mrs Renton asked all King's High girls if they could help by making origami elephants to go into goodie bags which the charity Kissing it Better would be giving to NHS and care staff. Kissing it Better particularly love origami elephants as their mascot is two elephants joined by a kiss and it represents the shared values of old and young.

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  • Warwick Junior School Charity Fundraising

    Published 04/05/20

    Max (Y4) has been so inspired by our NHS heroes that he has decided to complete 100k in May to raise money for NHS Charities Together. Just four days in and he has already clocked up 26km towards his target - just 74km to go! You can follow his progress via his Just Giving website - https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/jessica-stanojevic 

    Ellis has set himself a charity challenge  to raise money for Myton Hospice during the lockdown.  Together with a friend, Ellis is aiming to cycle and/or walk the combined distance from London to Paris by 7 June, a distance of 275 miles. They set a target of raising £500, which they have already achieved. They are currently 51 miles in to their journey, approximately 20 miles from Dover! 

    Together with his brother Oliver, Ben raised just over £500 for Fareshare Midlands by cycling 52km over two weekends. Ben started by taking on the 26km challenge but decided to keep going. Ben was very keen to support Fareshare as it redistributes surplus food to charities and community groups. Many families have been suffering due to the extra burden from Covid-19. Well done to Oliver and Ben for all their efforts  

     Archie is the latest to be inspired by Captain Tom's challenge in attempting to run 500 laps of his garden on Saturday, approximately 18.5 miles. As well as raising money for Galanos House (a veterans' care home), Archie is in direct competition with his cousin to complete the challenge in the quickest time. Good luck Archie!

     

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  • Warwick School Pupils Charity Fundraising

    Published 04/05/20

    Many of our boys are undertaking fundraising activities from home, raising money for a variety of good causes, and volunteering their time. 

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  • Happy Birthday Captain Tom!

    Published 01/05/20

    King's High pupil's found many different ways to show their support and wish Captain Tom a very Happy Birthday! 

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  • Thank you to our Alumnae

    Published 27/04/20

    Pupils from King's High School have been expressing their thanks to alumni working on the frontline.

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  • Cooking for the Community

    Published 27/04/20

    Warwick School pupil Ollie and his family have been incredibly busy over the past four weeks.

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  • Pepys Project

    Published 23/04/20

    The King's High Pepys Project, which is being run by the History Department, gathers the stories and insights of our community and is going to be used to build a ‘living history’ document that we hope will be read by future generations.

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  • PPE Donations

    Published 23/04/20

    We are delighted that the foundation was able to help our local community by providing PPE for front-line workers. 

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  • Booklet of Good Wishes

    Published 21/04/20

    Pupils at King’s High School have compiled a ‘booklet of good wishes’ which has been distributed to nursing homes in collaboration with the charity Kissing it Better.

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