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Cliff Park's Haiti appeal

PUBLISHED: 17:50 28 January 2010 | UPDATED: 16:28 30 June 2010

Cliff Park children help Haiti

Cliff Park children help Haiti

THE children of Cliff Park Junior School put their weight behind the Haiti appeals to raise money to help the victims of the disaster.

Staff and pupils held a “Hat for Haiti” day on Friday and raised more than £200.

THE children of Cliff Park Junior School put their weight behind the Haiti appeals to raise money to help the victims of the disaster.

Staff and pupils held a “Hat for Haiti” day on Friday and raised more than £200. Everyone who wore a hat to school donated a minimum of 50p. Headteacher Chris Tye said: “The day went well and everyone entered into the spirit of it.”

Mrs Manifold, year 3 co-ordinator, also ensured the choir sang a specially selected song which was dedicated to the victims and families of the disaster. The song was sung in front of the whole school at the Friday assembly.


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