Fundraising at Charlton Park Academy (2020)

London Marathon 2020

Our parents/carers making a difference: 

Wellchild are close to my heart because of the work they do including helping children to be cared for at home when possible rather than in hospital. I have first hand experience in caring for a sick child.

My son Rory is terminally ill, he has a severe form of epilepsy called Dravet Syndrome. He also has Factor V Laiden, which means he is at risk of developing potentially fatal blood clots. He also has ASD and severe learning difficulties.

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Parent/Carer Group – Prom 2020 Fundraiser

We are fundraising for the School Leavers Prom 2020. Please support us to give these deserving young people a magical night to remember. Your donations will pay for invitations, catering, decorations, photos, staffing, a band and a PA system and all the extras needed to create a fantastic party and a celebration of their achievements.

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Parent/Carer Group Christmas Gifts

Our parent/carer group are busy making items for the Christmas Fair,
and will have products to sell to staff and can take some small orders.

All funds raised through sales will go to support the parent/carer
group’s creative activities.
For further details contact Sara Johnson

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Nick Richards

We would like to thank Nick Richards from Woodlarks who fundraises and retains important links with organisations that wish to fundraise for Charlton Park Academy, Rainbow House and Woodlarks.

Recently, funding was received from The Childwick Trust  to purchase a humanoid robot for Charlton Park Academy and the transport costs to Woodlarks for our work experience students.

Another thank you to the Internal Audit Team from Barclays Bank who did a sponsored bike ride – which has become an annual event – from London to Brighton for us. We are all very grateful for their continued support, time and effort that they put into helping us provide improved facilities and activities for the entire academy community. Thank you to all who took part.