Once again, 2019 is the year of Comic Relief and the school wanted to celebrate this key fund-raising event with a number of activities. Firstly, in time-honoured tradition, a non-uniform day was held and staff and students were encouraged to wear something red. As you can imagine, Welsh rugby shirts were a very popular choice.
Throughout the day, there were several additional activities. A cake and sweet sale organised by students in Years 7 and 8 raised an excellent £185, backed up for those who wanted something savoury in the shape of a pizza sale, which raised a further £75. No day would be complete, though, without something unexpected, which is exactly what happened when some Year 10 students went around school in inflatable T-Rex costumes, ably supported by the Honey Monster! Finally, a Year 7 student raised nearly £40 by holding a sponsored silence, which was a great achievement too. So, in total, the school raised a healthy £1248.80 for Comic Relief and had a little bit of fun in the meantime.
Mr Davies (Chaplain)