Students and staff at Ark William Parker got into the Christmas spirit by taking part in Christmas Jumper day to raise funds for charity.
All participants were allowed to wear a Christmas jumper at school for a donation to their house charity.
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Assistant Principal Nick Burchell said: “Students and staff at the academy belong to one of three houses with each house supporting a charity; Saxon house supports St Michael’s Hospice, Parker supports Cancer Research UK and Saunders supports Save the Children.
“Our students really enjoy fund-raising for their house charities and Christmas Jumper Day is just one of the many fun events taking place at our academy throughout the year.”
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