Stonebow pupils giv­ing back to the lo­cal com­mu­nity

Loughborough Echo - - NEWS -

FOL­LOW­ING its great suc­cess in 2017, the chil­dren and fam­i­lies of Stonebow Pri­mary School, Lough­bor­ough, have been ‘giv­ing back’ to the lo­cal com­mu­nity once again this Christ­mas.

A small group of chil­dren named The World Ex­plor­ers, to­gether with four staff mem­bers, launched their Re­verse Ad­vent Cal­en­dar pro­ject at the end of No­vem­ber, en­cour­ag­ing the school com­mu­nity to think of oth­ers at this spe­cial time of year. From the be­gin­ning of De­cem­ber, do­na­tions of food, toi­letries, nap­pies, toys and books flooded in to school and were handed over to Ron Crun­ley from the PACE char­ity later in the month. All do­na­tions were sorted into parcels and dis­trib­uted to fam­i­lies in need across Lough­bor­ough.

A small group of Stonebow Pri­mary School pupils, named The World Ex­plor­ers, to­gether with four staff mem­bers launched their Re­verse Ad­vent Cal­en­dar pro­ject, en­cour­ag­ing the school com­mu­nity to think of oth­ers at this spe­cial time of year. Do­na­tions of food, toi­letries, nap­pies, toys and books flooded in to school and were handed over to Ron Crun­ley from the PACE char­ity

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