🎂The 100 Challenge🎂
We have been so inspired by the amazing efforts of Captain Tom Moore. He raised a staggering £30million for the NHS by walking 100 lengths of his garden. So today, on his 100th Birthday we thought we would challenge our B.C.I.P.S community to take on our 100 Challenge.🎂💪🏼
Mrs Bryans has taken up the challenge and walked 100 laps of her garden. Check out the video below ⬇️. We want you to join in too! You could walk 100 laps of your garden, do 100 skips with a skipping rope, 100 bounces on a trampoline or any other physical activity involving the number 100.This week would have been our PTA Sponsored Bounce- even more reason to get involved! You can post your efforts on our school Facebook page. 💪🏼
Inspired by the fundraising efforts of Captain Tom we have set up a Just Giving fundraising page to raise money for the amazing front line staff in our local South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust. We have liaised with their donations coordinator who has advised us on items which are needed to create “Comfort Boxes” for staff. Any money raised will be used to purchase items for these boxes.
We are mindful that this is a time of financial stress for many families and there is no expectation to donate. Please just join in with the challenge! If you are in a position to donate , you can do so by clicking on the link below. ⬇️
Bangor Central Integrated Primary School supports many local charities and raises money for those in need. This term we are supporting a number of local and national charities.
Children generously donated essential food items to fill 3 trolleys for the North Down Storehouse Appeal.
This year we have supported the Wings Appeal. Children brought a donation to school to receive a sticker in support of the charity.
Once again the children of Bangor Central Integrated Primary School generously donated money to the Poppy appeal through the poppy shop. All stock in the poppy shop was sold and 2 containers were filled with donations.
We are showing our support for Children in Need by wearing something 'Spotty' with our school uniform. Children can wear socks, head bands, accessories or spotty t shirts with their school uniform. We kindly asked for a £1 donation for Children in Need.
In December Year 7 children and members of the School Council will meet to decide on a charity to support during our Key Satge 1 Nativity on Thursday 14th December and our Key Stage 2 Carol Service on Tuesday 19th December.
The charities we have supported this year so far are:
The Wings Appeal
The Poppy Appeal