Future looks rosy

March 28 2016

STUDENTS at Chipping Sodbury School sent roses to special people in their lives as part of a fund raising scheme in support of WaterAid.

WaterAid, Chipping Sodbury School

STUDENTS at Chipping Sodbury School sent roses to special people in their lives as part of a fund raising scheme in support of WaterAid.
Pupils in the school’s Frome House came up with the idea of selling single roses and chocolates to fellow classmates to boost the amount of money already collected for their chosen charity of the year. So far their efforts during the academic year have brought in more than £600 to help provide clean water to families in the developing world.
The school also invited Pat Spry of the local Frampton Cotterell branch of WaterAid to address an assembly and give pupils and staff an insight into the dangers faced by millions of people who do not have access to safe and clean sanitation facilities.
WaterAid’s focus this year has been on maternity hospitals to help new mothers and babies.