Brackenfield School has raised £650 with a Macmillan Coffee Morning.
The morning featured a number of stalls with a raffle, cakes, coffee, toy sale, teddy clothes, smoothies, name the teddy, lucky dip, greeting cards and a number of craft stalls.
Parents joined the whole school for the Macmillan assembly given by Headteacher, Pat Sowa with a Power point presentation on Macmillan Cancer Support.
The event was well supported and classes visited the various stalls throughout the morning.
Anthony Comerford, Principal of Brackenfield School said:
Brackenfield School raised money for Macmillan Cancer Support by taking part in the world’s largest coffee morning. They held a Macmillan Coffee Morning on Friday 25th September where, in addition to coffee and cakes, year 6 pupils ran an exciting range of stalls. Pin the Tail on the Donkey and Name the Teddy are shown here. The event was very well attended and started with an assembly on Macmillan.
Headteacher, Pat Sowa:
Macmillan is one of many charities we support during the year. The year 6 pupils planned and ran all the stalls themselves and deserve a lot of praise for playing such a key role in raising such an impressive amount for Macmillan. Thank you to everyone who came to support this event