Year 12 raised £385 to eliminate period poverty in some enterprising ways!
Year 12 students were given £1 each and challenged to raise as much money as possible using that pound. The Sixth Form combined their money together in order to come up with fun and exciting ideas to try to maximise the amount of money they could get. The money that they managed to raise has gone to help eliminate period poverty for girls all over the UK. Some of the ideas that they came up with were particularly impressive. One group decided to make their own flavoured lip balms and sold them to pupils at break and lunch. Another group decided to do a staff car wash. Finally another group decided to really challenge the teachers and asked them to sit a GCSE Maths or English paper. Pupils then had to guess who got the top marks in either paper. In total the Year 12s managed to raise a massive £385!