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Red Oaks Primary School
Charity Ambassadors

Spring 24: Red Nose Day
Red Oaks School raised £200 for Red Nose Day and we filled 5 bags of donated toiletries. Kevin and his colleague from Threshold - Swindon's Homelessness Charity, came to collect the toiletries and explained the importance of being clean was to the mental health of the people they help and that this would help so many people.
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Autumn 23: Swindon Food Collective
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Autumn 23: Children in Need
Red Oaks Charity Club want to say a massive "Thank you" to parents/carers for donating to Children in Need and being truly SPOT-tacular! Donations from you all, amounted to £203!
Did you know that there are TWO places in Swindon that gets Children in Need money? These are:
1)STEPS- a mental health support for children aged 7-18
2)PRIME Theatre- professional productions for children and young people
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Autumn 23: Harvest Festival
Thank you to everyone who donated tins as part of our Harvest Festival on Monday 16th October. Read more here
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Spring 23: NSPCC Number Day
We did some problem-solving to raise money on NSPCC Number Day which took place on February 3rd and we raised £183! Read more here
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Spring 23: Comic Relief
A huge thank you to everyone who supported Comic Relief!
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Nov 22: Christmas Toy Appeal
The Charity Ambassadors would like to thank our school community. We have received a huge number of gifts for children in Swindon this year. Thank you so much for your generosity; it will make a huge difference to a child’s Christmas this year.
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Nov 22: Children In Need
Thank you so much to everyone who donated £1 to wear their PJs and slippers in aid of Children In Need on November 18th! Read more here
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Nov 22: Harvest Festival
A huge thank you to everyone who made our 2022 Harvest Festival a success. The Swindon Food Collective expressed their gratitude when they collected your kind donations and commented on how generous our school community is. It is also heart-warming to know that the donations really will make a difference to someone local and possibly someone we know!
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Nov 21: BBC Children in Need is back on Friday 19th November!
With the help of schools like ours, Children in Need can help to tackle the lasting impact of the pandemic and support thousands of children in local communities across the UK. Find out more here
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Our Harvest festival was incredible in many ways, not least because we had been unable to do this in the traditional way for such a long time, due to the recent pandemic.Read more here
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Oct 21: Harvest Donations, Friday October 15th
This year we are asking for household goods and toiletries instead of food to help families protect themselves from infection and harm. Find out more here
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May 21: Bikeability
Some children in Y44 participated in Level 1 Bikeability training and they were FAB! Read more here
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March 21: - COMIC RELIEF - We raised £388.50
This year’s comic relief couldn't have come at a better time, as we were all in need of a good laugh! The children took part in a KS1 and KS2 Red Oaks quiz at school and teachers shared funny video clips throughout the day to keep the giggle momentum going. Staff and children all came dressed for the occasion too, with crazy hair and fantastic socks !
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March 21 - Rainbow Day for Avaya - We raised £539
We had a beautiful day coloured in rainbows to raise money for Avaya’s specialist treatment. Sending all of our thoughts and love to her and her family.
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Dec 20: Christmas Jumper Day - We raised £212!
We celebrated Christmas Jumper Day on Monday 14th December. We wore our craziest, loudest, most FUN Christmas jumpers to raise money for Save the Children. This money goes towards helping those children who need it the most!
We also enjoyed a delicious Christmas Dinner, so we really got into that
Christmas spirit.

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Nov 20: Children In Need
Red Oaks and Charity Club are tremendously grateful for all of your donations to our charities so far this year (Big Breakfast Plus and Christmas Shoe Box Appeal) and we understand this is a difficult time for some. Because of this, we did not ask donations on 13th November for Children In Need. However, as this was a National campaign we recognised it as a school and directed parents to the national donation page if they wished to donate.
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Dec 20: Christmas Shoe Box Appeal- We raised £520.
Millions of people enjoy celebrating Christmas. Perhaps some of us will appreciate the season more in this strangest of years, but for many vulnerable children and families Christmas will be another reminder of their isolation and poverty. FSCI's Christmas box appeal brings joy to thousands of marginalised families and individuals in Serbia and Bulgaria every year.

And after a fantastic year last year, we decided to show our support now more than ever, but in a different way. As we couldn’t collect items this year, we asked for a small monetary donation so that the volunteers of the FSCI could buy the items, package them, wrap them and deliver them safely in time for Christmas.

On Friday 6th November we encouraged children to wear the colours of the Bulgarian or Serbian flag in exchange for a monetary donation to ParentPay. By donating to the appeal in this way we helped to ensure that they have enough boxes for girls, boys and adults too.
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Dec 20: The Big Breakfast Plus - We raised £252.
For the second year running we supported 'The Big Breakfast Plus' but our support looked a little different this year.
'The Big Breakfast Plus' usually a provide hot, freshly cooked breakfast for homeless people in Swindon, 7 days a week. This means they usually make over 7,000 breakfasts every year! However, due to Covid-19 they have been unable to do so and have been supporting homeless people in other ways. Lockdown was difficult for us all, but can we imagine what it would be like to be homeless and that one morning breakfast you would count on to get you though the day, has also gone.
On the day, a representative joined us virtually during our assembly to talk to us about how they coped during the outbreak and how they have continued to support the homeless throughout. This day was also a non-school uniform day.
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