Tarporley High School's Christmas Jumper Day

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Felicity  Claudia  Holly  Annabel  Maddie  small
Tegan Berry  Charlotte Williams And Lydia Wilson  small

Tarporley High School raised a total of £630 for Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day.

On Friday 12th December, Tarporley High School students shed their blazers for Christmas Jumpers as part of the Save the Children Charity Day. Students enjoyed the opportunity to donate to charity whilst getting into the festive spirit!

Deputy Head Teacher Lyndsay Watterson said "There was such a great atmosphere in school and students really wanted to support this valuable cause."

Photograph 1:
Felicity Bownes
Caludia Pemberton
Holly Richards
Annabel Hemingbrough
Maddie Fyfe-Rogerson

Photograph 2 shows library helpers:
Tegan Berry
Charlotte Williams
Lydia Wilson

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