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Charity Fundraising update, February 2024

Hawarden Dee Valley Rotary would like to thank Hawarden Village Church School for its support to the End Polio campaign in October 2023. The local community joined us when the church and castle gates were lit in purple. It was wonderful to see a cross-section of the community as we met outside St Deiniol's; some recalling memories of family and friends who had been affected by Polio when they were children. The school helped us raise over £500 by wearing something purple or buying crocus corms to plant at home. We are very grateful for this support. The funds raised have been sent to the International Rotary World Polio Eradication Fund. This is then doubled by the generosity of Bill and Melinda Gates. 

 

Poppy Appeal 2023

Charity fundraising for Royal British Legion

 

The following items will be on sale from Monday 6th November in the lead up to Remembrance.

  • Zip pull £1
  • Silicon wristband £1
  • Reflector £1
  • Snap band £1.50 (for Juniors only, NOT to wear in school please)
  • Paper poppies 20p/50p

 

Our Y6s will tour the classrooms to sell the goodies - please ensure your child has the correct cash to buy an item if he/she would like something.

 

Please note: stocks are limited

 

You can also purchase these plus lots more goodies online at: Poppy Shop UK | Charity Gifts | The Royal British Legion Shop

 

World Polio Day

 

On Friday 27th October we're fundraising on behalf of The Rotary Club for the Purple4Polio campaign. 

Children should wear school uniform with a purple accessory - this might be a jumper/hairband/pair of socks etc.

Children can either bring 50p cash into school or you can donate online directly. https://www.rotarygbi.org/donate/

 

Thank you!

Harvest fundraising for Flintshire Foodbank 

Shoebox Appeal 2022

Make someone smile this Christmas!

HUGE thanks for your support! 

Half Term Activities and Ideas...  

Has boredom set in? In the need of something new to do? We’ve put together a list of things to do over half term to keep children (and parents/carers!) motivated and entertained. Hopefully, there’s something here for everyone!

 

  • Bake a cake, or cook something new 
  • Make someone smile with a random act of kindness
  • Complete a huge jigsaw puzzle
  • Dress up for the day / dress up for dinner
  • Write a letter to a grandparent or other older family member
  • Send a postcard to your best friend
  • Plan a treasure hunt at home
  • Learn sign language
  • Make a scrapbook
  • Research your family tree
  • Learn a magic trick
  • Learn some new words in a new language - try Duolingo - The world's best way to learn a language
  • Make pompoms or knit a scarf
  • Plan a fitness chart for all the family 
  • Write a poem or a short story
  • Start a book club with your friends
  • Write a comic with friends
  • Learn how to play chess

 

Try these links to some fantastic websites...

 

Join Julia Donaldson and Friends, from Broom to Zoom! The Gruffalo | Facebook

 

Learn and play Words for Life | National Literacy Trust | Words for Life

 

Free reading and writing activities Virtual School Library 

 

Make, do, play and explore at Tate Kids

 

Make, do and learn with Wildlife Trusts Activities | Wildlife Watch

 

 

Enjoy a ‘day out’ with a visual tour:

 

Virtual history tours | Visit Wales

 

Visit Wales virtually through online video tours | Visit Wales

 

Watch Welsh adventure 360° virtual reality videos | Visit Wales

 

Buckingham Palace | The Royal Family

 

Tower of London

 

Natural History Museum 

 

Vatican Museums

 

Yosemite National Park

 

Mars

 

Pyramids of Giza

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