Pupils at St Anne's Chertsey have been very busy!
Love in a Box Appeal- Autumn 2019
At St. Anne's we asked the children to fill shoe boxes of gifts for needy children close to home. We collected over 140 boxes.
Year 3 delivered their boxes to Abbey Chase Residential Home, which was a truly memorable and special experience. Some residents do not get regular visitors and this will have meant a huge amount to them.
On Monday, 16th December the RE council visited the Rainbows charity for seriously ill children and delivered 40 boxes. The organisation came out and applauded the children,sharing with us that this would mean a great deal to so many families.
We then visited the children's ward at St. Peters hospital which was an experience we will never forget. We were allowed to deliver individual boxes to poorly children and the RE council then sang in the ward. There was not a dry eye in the house and we are incredibly proud of our children.
Finally, we delivered boxes to the food bank in Chertsey. Again, we were hugged and thanked, with the ladies sharing with us the impact these boxes would make to so many lives.
Care for our Common Home- Videos
KS2 pupils at St. Anne's were given a project to create a video inspired by Pope Francis' letter to Care for our Common Home. They have created some excellent videos..