On Friday 16th November Fairfield High School in Horfield went all out for Children in Need raising a fantastic £1537.46.
The fundraising activities this year included pie throwing, teacher auctions, sponging teachers, face painting and taping staff to a wall. For these privileges, students dug deep into their pockets!
Mr Warner-Meanwell, House System Manager explained:
“We have had a brilliant fundraising week culminating with students relishing the opportunity to be one up on their teachers; whether they chose to throw sponges, bid for an auction to have a teacher as a slave for a lesson, or throwing whipped cream into teachers’ faces; certainly not our usual Friday antics!
“Thank you to all those staff who were great sports – your combined efforts helped raise a fantastic sum for a great cause.”
Wonderful work, FHS!
For more information about Fairfield High School please visit: http://www.fairfield.bristol.sch.uk/page/default.asp?title=Home&pid=1