Children from Whirley Primary School have raised an incredible £260 for The RSPB
School Council Member and Macclesfield RSPB Wildlife Explorers member Nathan Herbert suggested The RSPB as the charity the school would support this term. Money was raised from a non-uniform day for pupils and also from activities at the School Summer Fair.
Nathan was congratulated for his fundraising efforts at a recent group meeting with a ‘Mortimer Moment’, having his photo taken with our Wildlife Explorers mascot – Mortimer the Water Bear.
Group Leader, Tina Hanak, visited the school to explain how The RSPB will use the funds raised as part of The RSPB’s ‘Give Nature a Home’ and School Council members demonstrated the varied work of the RSPB as part of an assembly.
We would like to thank all the children, parents and staff at Whirley School for their fantastic efforts to raise money for conservation .