Getting to the heart of the matter
BACK in July, Sacred Heart students swapped their books for the beach, as they embarked on a sponsored walk.
More than 400 students and staff took part in the charity ramble as part of an activity day to raise funds for the Mental Health charity, Imagine.
The walk saw the active youngsters set off from the Lower Site before heading to Crosby beach.
Upon their arrival, the students donned red T-shirts and took part in a number of activities including football and beach volleyball, which were organised by the school’s PE staff.
To end what was a very successful day, Year 7 and 8 students created the ‘Heart of Crosby’ on the beach.
Following the event, the then Mayor, Cllr Ian Brodie-Browne visited Year 7 and 8 students at Lower Site and deliv- ered an interesting and informative talk on young people and mental health.
A cheque for £1,000 has now been presented to representatives from Imagine, at their Liverpool office.
Year 7 and 8 students created the ‘Heart of Crosby’ on the beach
The cheque for £1,000 was presented to representatives from Imagine at their Liverpool office.
Students and staff on the sponsored walk