Today, Friday 7th June, during lunchtime, our Junior School hosted a ‘House Walk’ to raise awareness for the NSPCC on Childhood Day.

Pupils and teachers participated in a mile-long walk, in which our pupils would also earn house points for their efforts. The house with the most participants would gain the most points, making it a spirited and competitive event. To add extra fun, additional points were awarded for completing the walk in the most creative ways. Pupils cartwheeled, skipped and some even walked hand-in-hand in a line, showcasing their creativity and teamwork.

The event was a delightful mix of exercise, creativity, and community spirit, all for a great cause. Our Junior School pupils demonstrated their support for the NSPCC, making the ‘House Walk’ a memorable event for everyone involved.