The Fantastic Fundraisers strike again!
Once again Limavady High School celebrate fundraising success, this time Year 11A1 raising £1,000 for Marie Curie by walking 10,000 steps a day.
The idea emerged during a Personal Development lesson when the class discussed how they could raise money for a charity in a way that would challenge everyone. Linking together with learning intentions and with spring on the horizon, this was a clear sign of hope and the idea of new beginnings was born.
As March began, the Daffodils started to grow and bloom. This connected perfect with the Marie Curie charity as their symbol is that of the daffodil.
Mr Alan Linton, 11A1 Form Teacher, Limavady High School commented,
“We hope that raising money for Marie Curie helps the charity and its volunteers as well as bringing hope and resilience to our local community, proving that hope never fails, and the bond we have as a school community always prevails.
“I am extremely proud of all the students who tried their very best to get outside and undertake 10,000 steps a day. All students in 11A1 have been a positive influence to so many in our school community, and without realising it, have truly inspired others to get outside and stay healthy, while doing good along the way.”
25 May 2021