Welcome to our Federation charity page!
We are the Charity Committee and we are work hard each year to organise fundraising events to raise money for local, national and international charities. As a federation, the charity committee meet regularly to vote, organise and discuss key fundraising events.
2022 – 2023
We had a great response and it was lovely to see our parents. We will be able to give our children opportunities next year. We already have a film trip planned for them.
Here is a message from our head teacher, Mrs Telfer.
Thank you to all the parents, pupils and family members that attended the school Christmas fair last night. It was lovely to see everyone, the atmosphere was great, it was a huge success and we raised a total of £870 ! The money will be used throughout the year to subsidise school trips and paying for treats throughout the year for all the children. The staff and some parents worked extremely hard preparing for the fair and I would like to thank all of them for their ongoing hard work and commitment.
We celebrated as a school and our children in the charity committee sold the poppies to our community and children every day.
This year, we collected food – cans and dry goods for the local food bank. We had a lot of food donated and we were able to stock our shop that we have on our school site.
A huge well done to all of the children here at Pelton Community Primary School for their amazing hard work during our Sponsored Skip. As a result of the dedication of the children and the generous support of all of our amazing families, we managed to raise a phenomenal £5413.70 for Maggie’s Cancer Care!
Safety and Parking around School
Great to see that officers from Durham County Council have started work on the fencing outside of Pelton Community Primary School. This has been funded from the Neighbourhood Budgets of Cllr Alison Batey, Cllr Paul Pringle and school and also a contribution from Pelton Parish Council. Thanks to all of the pupils for their brilliant signs that helped to highlight this issue in our local community.
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