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Thirsk School Aids Haiti Appeal

Friday 29th January saw students flock to school in some rather strange garments. To the general public around town during the early hours, it may have seemed strange to see the odd Mexican child, teenage Santa or even the occasional cowboy. Students were taking part in the Hats for Haiti, a slightly different take on the typical non uniform day.  Mrs Bloomfield’s form organised the day after their successful fundraiser for Children in Need. The whole form participated by making posters and advertising the day throughout the school. Year 10 students are planning a fair within the next few weeks and a third of the money made from the lower school prom is also going to the Haiti appeal. The non uniform day raised around £800 along with the sixth form bucket collection which raised £700. With the other activities happening, Thirsk School hopes to raise in excess of £2000 for the Haiti Appeal. Amy Batley


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