Here at St. Peter’s we are committed to supporting charities throughout the year. We hold a variety of events and special days to support a wide range of both global and local charities as well as ones chosen by the children.
Each of our Houses choose a charity to support throughout the academic year. These charities are chosen by the House Captains and house members and represent both local charities and global organisations which are meaningful to the individuals in that house. Throughout the year, the children orgainse events within their house as well as whole school events to raise funds for their chosen charities
During 2020/21 we supported
Cross - Water for Africa
Fisher - KIDS
Rock - RNLI (Chiswick)
Keys - Whale & Dolphin Conservation
Through events such as the Easter Egg Raffle we raised £503.93 for the four house charities, plus each house raised £100 which was donated to charities supporting the people of Ukraine.
BBC Children in Need
Each year we take part in supporting Children in Need and are proud to say that this year we raised £533.90.
Comic Relief Red Nose Day
During this years Red Nose day through generous donations from our school community we raised £344.90.
Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day
In the busy days leading up to Christmas it is important to think of those who we can help during this time of year. By supporting the Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day we rasied £226.22.
Macmillan Charity Run
**Y6 Macmillian Run
Year 6 set ran a marathon in their pyjamas as a class, to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. The children were fantastic; they smashed their target by running over 3000 laps of the playground – yes, you really did read that correctly! A huge well done to everyone involved - such a team effort, with the children supporting one another and offering words of encouragement as they ran. Children from the other classes took turns to come outside and cheer on the Year 6 children. Thank you to everyone who has donated to Macmillan Cancer Support to date, the children have raised an impressive £422.