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Sheering School: Helping at home in half term raises more than £300



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Hard-working pupils at Sheering School spent their half-term holiday completing household chores to raise money for projects at the primary.

They collected the coins they earned in Smarties packs and brought them to the school, which has around 100 pupils.

After a count on “Twosday” – Tuesday February 22 (22/2/22) – the total was at least £308.

Sheering Primary School, The Street, Sheering. Pupils in Copeland Class raised the most money in Smartie packs in the whole school in their 22.02.2022 challenge. .Pic: Vikki Lince. (55088541)
Sheering Primary School, The Street, Sheering. Pupils in Copeland Class raised the most money in Smartie packs in the whole school in their 22.02.2022 challenge. .Pic: Vikki Lince. (55088541)

The event was organised by the parents, teachers and friends association of the Church of England primary school in The Street.

Spokeswoman Claire Tiffin said the children’s efforts were brilliant and added: “As a school, we're fundraising to improve the playground and outside space for the children.”

Sheering Primary School, The Street, Sheering. Pupils in Copeland Class raised the most money in Smartie packs in the whole school in their 22.02.2022 challenge. .Pic: Vikki Lince. (55088542)
Sheering Primary School, The Street, Sheering. Pupils in Copeland Class raised the most money in Smartie packs in the whole school in their 22.02.2022 challenge. .Pic: Vikki Lince. (55088542)


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