The Whole School Took part in Red Nose Day to support the work of the different charites.
The children took part in Christmas Jumper day to raise money for our local Bexley and Greenwich Hospice.
The Whole School Took part in fundraising for Children In Need.
The School took part in the Mind Charity Event "Wear Something Yellow" to raise money to support the work of the charities work on Mental Health.
Harvest Assembly food donated to the local food bank
Wear Something Yellow - raising funds for World Mental Health Day
Children raised Money for the Poppy Appeal
Remembrance Assembly for Armistice day
Children supported Children In Need
Christmas Jumper Day in support of Save the Children
Children came to school dressed in their Christmas jumpers to raise funds for Save the Children.
Children had an assembly about the importance of Remembrance day and had the opportunity to purchase a poppy in school.
Odd Socks Day to support Children in Need
During Anti-bullying week the children wore odd socks to raise respect for differences and use the opportunity to fund raise money for Children in Need.
Happy Shoesday in support of Living Streets Charity
During Walk to School week the children and staff at Pelham held a Happy Shoesday where we wore our favourite pair of shoes. We raised money for the charity Living Streets who work to create better walking environments for the country to inspire the nation to walk more.
Mad Hair Day 2019 to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital
The School Council organised a Mad Hair Day to raise funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital. We were very impressed with everyone's creativity with their crazy hair. Well Done!