We may be in Lockdown but fund-raising children still deserve our praise

Picture of schoolgirl raising money for charity

Nicole staged a crazy hair day - Credit: Submitted

Way, way before Lockdown but the children deserve recognition and we all could all do with a bit of heart-warming news at the moment... 

Year 6 pupils at the Learning Academy Partnership’s All Saints Marsh Church of England Academy at Newton Abbot have been taking part in the Torbay and Newton Civic Award 

Pupils have to prove their participation in key areas, which includes active citizenship in both their school and home community, starting a new hobby, and attending a residential experience that involves sleeping away from home and joining outdoor activities. 

Schoolboy pictured planting daffodils

Logan helped plant 1,000 daffodils - Credit: Submitted

Pupils have already shown impressive creativity, with Year 6 pupil Nicole running a ‘Crazy Hair Day’ to raise money for the Children’s Trust, which happened alongside an own clothes day for Children in Need. The joint fundraiser raised £112. 

Charity fund-raising children

Pupils also raised money for Children In Need - Credit: Submitted

Logan has been supporting the Kingskerswell Action Group. With his younger brother, he took part in the planting of 1,000 daffodils. 

Pupils will continue to work on achieving the award over the course of the year.