Children in Need
The following Friday was Children in Need Day which Sark school supported by holding a ‘Bring a Bear to School’ day. Bears of all sizes attended class and during assembly head teacher Sarah Cottle introduced her own collection of bears to the children. The event raised over a hundred pounds for the charity.
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