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Charity Fundraising

At LCPS, we develop empathy through the support of a selection of charities chosen to reflect the different communities we live in: Restore Hope and the Chiltern Foodbank are local charities supporting families in the community; Jeans for Genes and the Poppy Appeal are national charities supporting different groups in need; and Specs for Uganda helps children to understand the challenges we face in our global community.

Chiltern Food Bank


As part of our Harvest charity collection we collected an impressive 217kg's worth of food for the Chiltern Food Bank. This will be shared with local families who are in need. Thank you to all our families for their generous donations. The below letter is from the Food Bank.

Restore Hope


In July 2021, our fantastic Year 6 children organised a day of "Business Enterprise" style events running myriad stalls to raise money for the local charity Restore Hope. They raised an incredible £592.62 which will be used to support families within our local community.

Shoes for Uganda

Mrs Nowlan's fantastic work to support those less fortunate than us has provided shoes for children in Uganda. Covid restrictions meant that the shoes took a while to arrive but they are now with the children. Well done to all the children involved in the DT workshop for support such a worthwhile cause.

The next project is already taking shape...

Specs for Uganda

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On Friday 8th November, we wore crazy glasses to raise money for Specs for Uganda. The charity work with impoverished families providing glasses for children to enable them to learn at school. This weekend we received the following video from Will Luff who is a good friend of Mrs Nowlan.

Poppy Appeal


This year, pupils from Year 6 collected money from all classes selling poppies and stationery. They raised an important £254.62 to support the Royal British Legion.

Jeans for Genes Day



Children and staff wore jeans to school on the 20th September to help raise funds for Genetic Disorders UK and raised an impressive £206.