Smurfs, silences and sponsorship as Cromwell Community College dig deep for Children in Need

PUBLISHED: 15:02 21 November 2012

Students from Cromwell Community College raised more than £900 for Children in Need.

Students from Cromwell Community College raised more than £900 for Children in Need.

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SPONSORED silences, penny collections and dressing up as a Smurf were all part of an unusual school day at Cromwell Community College.

The Chatteris school raised £962.02 for Children in Need with their efforts on Friday.

Year 7 students filled an outline drawing of Pudsey Bear in with pennies to raise £14.86 and Thomas Barnes contributed £8.39 by coming to school as a Smurf.

Maggie Powell raised £10.80 by selling chocolate while Natasha Gilespie and Natasha Ray were sponsored £20.44 to stay silent for the day.


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