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Fundraising

RRSA – Fundraising

Throughout this school year, we have been fundraising for various charities including UNICEF, Toothbrush Traveller, NSPCC and St Mary’s Charitable Trust, India.

UNCRC Article 3 – Best Interests of the Child

 

UNCRC Article 20 – Children unable to live with their family

 

UNCRC Article 24 – Health and Health Services

 

UNCRC Article 27 – Adequate standard of living

 

UNCRC Article 28 - Children have the right to an education

UNCRC Article 29 - A child’s education should help them use and develop their talents.

On Tuesday 20th November 2018, we celebrated UNICEF World Children’s Day by having an ‘home clothes’ day.

 

Children wearing their home clothes into school, each paid £1 and £341.00 was raised and sent to UNICEF.

 

The RRSA Steering Group presented an assembly which was based on the history of UNICEF and the ‘ABCDE of Rights’.

 

World Children's day

 

On Tuesday 20th November 2018, we celebrated UNICEF World Children’s Day by having an ‘home clothes’ day.

 

Children wearing their home clothes into school, each paid £1 and £341.00 was raised and sent to UNICEF.

 

The RRSA Steering Group presented an assembly which was based on the history of UNICEF and the ‘ABCDE of Rights’.

 

Toothbrush Traveller

 

On Wednesday 6th February 2019, Dr Neelam Hussain, Dental Associate, visited school to promote her charity ‘Toothbrush Traveller’ which raises money for toothbrushes and toothpaste to be sent to orphanages in Botswana, Uganda, Zimbabwe and DR Congo.

 

The children at the Rosary paid £1 to come to school in their ‘home clothes’ and raised a total of £377.00 for the charity.

 

To highlight her work and that of the charity, Dr Hussain presented a whole school assembly, conducted a parents’ workshop and visited each of the classes from Reception up to Year 6.

 

The children spoke about their roles as global citizens and the importance of helping children less fortunate than themselves.

St Mary’s Educational and Charitable Trust.

 

A Brighter Today for a Brighter Tomorrow

 

St Mary’s Educational and Charitable Trust was formed by a priest in the Archdiocese of Birmingham: Fr Dominic.

Fr Dominic has raised lots of money to help develop St Mary’s Catholic School in Andhra Pradesh. The school was built in 2007 and 800 children aged 4-15 now attend.

To help develop the children’s learning at St Mary’s, on Friday 1st March the children at The Rosary came to school in bright clothes to help raise money for an overhead projector. The projector would allow the children access to the internet for their lessons at St Mary’s.

The project was given the slogan, A Brighter Today for a Brighter Tomorrow, by Mr Taylor, Head Teacher at Our Lady of the Wayside School in Solihull.

‘Spots and Stripes Day’ NSPCC

 

UNCRC Article 6 – Every child has the right to life.

UNCRC Article 13 – Every child has the right to be right to be free to express their thoughts.

UNCRC Article 23 - Children have the right to a special education if they have a disability

UNCRC Article 37 – No child should ever be hurt in a cruel or harmful way

UNCRC Article 39 – Children have the right to help if they have been mistreated or neglected.

On Thursday 21st March 2019, the children came to school in either spots or striped clothes (or both!) to support Downs Syndrome awareness and raise money for the NSPCC.

Jesus Christ, Son of Mary, Son of God, is the centre of

the Rosary Community where we live, love and learn together

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