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Yarrow children dance for Africa

The pupils at Yarrow Primary School  held a Sponsored Dance to raise money to twin a toilet with one in Africa. They danced for one hour. They have been learning how to  help make the world a fairer place and how to translate their beliefs into actions.During their water topic they have been learning how important access to toilets and running water are for health.They chose to have a dress down day and held a cake and coffee afternoon. With the money they have raised so far there is enough to buy at least four toilets which is an amazing amount for a small school with fourteen pupils.

The pupils at Yarrow Primary School held a Sponsored Dance to raise money to twin a toilet with one in Africa. They danced for one hour. They have been learning how to help make the world a fairer place and how to translate their beliefs into actions.During their water topic they have been learning how important access to toilets and running water are for health.They chose to have a dress down day and held a cake and coffee afternoon. With the money they have raised so far there is enough to buy at least four toilets which is an amazing amount for a small school with fourteen pupils.

Yarrow primary schoolchildren have raised £255, enough to install four toilets for those in need in Africa.

The 14 schoolchildren boosted funds last Wednesday when they held a ‘dress down day’, a cake and coffee afternoon and undertook a hour-long sponsored dance. Classroom assistant Alison Brown said: “It’s an amazing amount for a small school.”

 

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