Pupils help Nepal cause

PUPILS at a Rotherham school have done their bit to help the suffering victims of the Nepalese earthquakes.

Year 4 classes at Broom Valley Community School held stalls selling toys, games, bric-a-brac, clothes, books and computer games and had a raffle, tombola stall and Guess the Name Of contest.

Pupils prepared and ran the stalls themselves for all children across Key Stages 1 and 2 and their parents.

They also organised a sponsored silence.

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Year 4 teacher Kate O’Brien said: “The children have been learning about the crisis and making newspaper reports about how people are helping which then inspired them to raise money themselves.

“It has all come from the children and we’re really proud of how they have planned and organised this event.

“We’re giving all money raised to the main Nepal Crisis Appeal which is linked to UNICEF.”

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