Fundraising and Community Work

Brake's Kids Walk 2023

On Wednesday June 14th 2023, the enthusiastic students of Queen Emma's Primary School participated in Brake's Kids Walk, making a remarkable impact on road safety awareness.

With beaming smiles and unwavering determination, the young champions embarked on a memorable journey. Holding inspirational posters and donning stickers displaying the campaign's emblem, they fearlessly walked through their community, spreading a message of caution and responsible road behaviour.

Under the guidance of their dedicated teachers, the pupils engaged in meaningful conversations about the importance of road safety, discussing essential rules and practices to protect themselves and others. Their commitment to learning and raising awareness was evident as they engaged with community members along their route, sharing valuable insights and encouraging safer habits.

Queen Emma's Primary School displayed extraordinary teamwork and unity during the Kids Walk, forging bonds among pupils and fostering a sense of community spirit. With each step they took, the young participants not only increased their understanding of road safety but also demonstrated the power of collective action and their potential to make a difference.

The resounding success of Queen Emma's Primary School's participation in Brake's Kids Walk 2023 serves as a testament to their commitment to creating a safer environment for all. Through their active involvement and passion, they have become shining examples, inspiring others to prioritize road safety and encouraging positive change within their community.


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Comic Relief 2023

Eager students, teachers, and staff came together in a flurry of laughter and creativity to support this charitable cause.

The day kicked off with an enchanting Bake-off, where the school's talented bakers showcased their culinary skills. Mouthwatering aromas wafted through the halls as delectable treats came into the school grounds. From whimsical cupcakes adorned with colourful noses to intricate cakes resembling beloved Red Nose Day characters, each creation was a testament to the students' imagination and baking prowess.

In the spirit of spreading joy, Queen Emma's Primary School also organised a sponsored jokeathon. Hilarity echoed through the corridors as students delighted in sharing their funniest and most clever jokes. Laughter became the currency of the day, and with every giggle, donations poured in to support Red Nose Day's mission of changing lives through the power of comedy.

The school community rallied together, embracing the importance of empathy and compassion. Students learned valuable lessons about the impact of their actions, understanding that even small gestures of kindness can make a significant difference in the lives of those less fortunate.

Queen Emma's Primary School proved that giving back is not just a one-time event but a spirit that thrives within their vibrant community. Through their Bake-off and sponsored jokeathon, they showed that laughter, creativity, and generosity can come together to create a brighter future for children around the world.IMG 1603

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