Charities

Our Christian values are reflected in enthusiastic fundraising for charities, in our assemblies and in our teaching. We aim to instil standards of hard work, courtesy, and social integration within a relaxed but firm family atmosphere.

Below is some of our recent charity work:

 

Macmillan Cancer Care

The pupils took part in the 'World's Biggest Coffee Morning' 2017 by baking cakes that were coloured green. Together with the Mums and Dads, we raised £714!

Acorns Children’s Hospice

Remaining cakes from the ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’ in 2016 were sold at the Colwall Flu Jab Session, raising £535.

Save the Children

The children in Pre-Prep managed to raise £120.38 for Save the Children through their participation in 'Den Day'.

Malvern Hills Food Bank

This year, the school provided 445.26kg of food through their donations at our Harvest Festival.

Matandani community in Malawi

The Luxury Hamper raffle last year raised £530 in order to support the school in this community.

Little Princess Trust

In June 2017, three pupils and one member of staff raised £1,809.67 for the Little Princess Trust.

BBC Children in Need

We held a non-uniform day and cake sale and managed to raise £600 for Children in Need.

Charities Fair

The pupils arrange a 'Charities Fair' every year at which they raised money for a variety of charities. In 2017, these were 'Little Princess Trust','Water Aid','Wooden Spoon Charity'and '20/20/20 Vision'We raised £525.63.

Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal

We collected £912.56 for the Poppy Appeal at the Remembrance Day service held at Malvern College and a further £125 in the sales of wrist bands and poppies.

CLIC Sergeant

The whole school, including the Headmaster’s dog, Rolo, wore pink for the day. We managed to raise a great deal for this wonderful organisation.

Shelterbox Campaign

The pupils support this wonderful organisation in order to give immediate assistance to those in desperate need following such natural disasters as floods, earthquakes, tsunamis and typhoons. The children raised thousands of pounds following the typhoon in the Phillipines and earthquakes in Japan, Haiti and, most recently, Nepal. This money is enough for nearly eight shelter boxes.

Samantha Dickson Brain Tumour Trust

Year 8 girls sold red roses for Valentine's Day and raised £136 for this charity.

Red Nose Day

On Red Nose Day we wore 'Something Silly', sold red noses and held a 'Strictly Joke Telling Competition'. Together we raised £515.11.