Felpham Community College raises money for Unicef

On the 9th February, staff and students ended a busy and successful start to 2024, by hosting a non-school uniform day, raising money for Unicef. This article was contributed by a member of the community.
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As part of UK Parliament week back in November, everyone was given the opportunity to nominate and vote for what charities the school should support this academic year - with a wide range of local, national and international charities being chosen.

Isabelle Isitt, Student Leadership i/c of Charity commented: "Non-uniform is a fun way to end the half term and fundraise at the same time. We were re-designated as a Gold Rights Respecting School last term, an award run by Unicef.

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"This was a great opportunity to raise awareness of the amazing work the charity co-ordinates world-wide. We are now busy planning our charity event for next half term - an FCC Talent Show, fundraising for the local community interest project 'Save the Post Office' in Felpham village.”

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