At Greenacres Primary Academy we believe it is important to come together to help raise awareness as well as raise much needed funding for a range of worthy causes. We have recently raised money for:
Children in Need Friday 13th November - £107.78
Thank you to all the children for coming into school on Friday 13th to support Children in Need. We raised £107.78 in total. Well done Greenacres!
#helloyellow - 09.10.2020 - £168.45
Friday 9th October was world mental health day. At a time when this is needed more than ever, Greenacres Primary Academy supported #helloyellow and came to school wearing yellow for a £1 donation. We raised £168.45p. Thank you to all our children for helping us to raise this money for such an important cause.
Macmillan- 2019- £227.65
Our coffee morning in each class was a huge success this year!
Francis House Easter Chicks- July 2019- £180
We raised money through selling knitted Easter chicks in school.
Red Nose Day 2019- £482
We raised a lot of money for a very worthy cause by selling red noses in school and by having a non-uniform day.
Macmillan- 2018- £92
We held a coffee and cake morning in every classroom and thanks to donations from parents and staff, we raised lots of money! (We also really enjoyed eating cake together).
Cancer Research- 2018- £127.80
We raised a total of £127.80 this year by planting flowers in beautiful pots made from junk at the Oldham School's Business Challenge. Well done Year 6!
Jeans for Genes- 2018- £148
Everyone wore their jeans in support for this charity. Thanks for all your help!
Children in Need 2017- £149.50
Our staff and children wore spots to raise lots for the Children in Need Charity.
We Love Manchester Emergency Fund 03/07/2017 - £92.75
Our Year 6 class won this year's Business Challenge and helped to raise money for those directly affected by the the devastating attack in Manchester in the process.
Comic Relief 24/03/2017 - £240
Our Year 5 girls did a fantastic job of selling red noses to the children. We sold out twice and raised £240 for this fantastic charity which funds projects both in the UK and around the world.
Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day 16/12/2016 - £192
Everyone wore their Christmas jumpers to raise money for Save the Children - a charity which runs world-class programmes to save children’s lives and challenge world leaders to keep to their promises to give children a brighter future.
Children in Need 18/11/16 - £150.60
Our staff and pupils raised £150.60 by wearing either something spotty or their pyjamas! All of the money raised goes towards children in need around the UK.
Jeans for Genes Day 23/09/16 - £182
It is estimated that one in 25 children is affected by a genetic disorder so our staff and pupils raised money to help support them by wearing our jeans for the day and donating £1.
Sports Relief 18/03/2016 - £63.90
Each class ran a mile and we also had penalty shootout with our Head Teacher, Mr Leach, acting as goalkeeper! The money raised will make an incredible difference, with 50% used to transform lives right here in the UK, and the other 50% funding projects in the world’s poorest communities.
World Book Day 03/03/2016 - £166
The children and staff came to school dressed as their favourite character from a children's book. We had lots of different costumes from Gandalf from The Lord of the Rings to Where's Wally! The money raised goes to Book Aid International who work in partnership with libraries in Africa to provide books, resources and training to support an environment in which reading for pleasure, study and lifelong learning can flourish.
Text Santa 18/12/15 - £168.76
The children and staff wore their Christmas jumpers for the day to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support, Make-A-Wish UK and Save the Children to give hope to families in difficulty in the UK and overseas.
Children in Need 13/11/15 - £215.40
Our School Council voted for a non-uniform day to raise money for Children in Need - this will go towards funding vital projects throughout the UK.
The Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal 11/11/15 - £167.57
Our Year 6 pupils took turns going around to every class selling poppies, stickers and stationery to raise money for the poppy appeal. The money raised went towards helping to improve the lives of our Service people, veterans and their families.
Macmillan Cancer Support 25/09/15 - £62.94
Parents were invited to come along to our coffee morning and enjoy a brew and a cake with our staff. All cakes were donated by our staff and the money raised went towards providing practical, medical and financial support to those affected by cancer.
Jeans for Genes Day 18/09/15 - £178.37
Staff and pupils all wore their jeans to raise money towards improving the quality of life of children and families affected by genetic disorders.