Charity Work

Boundary Oak School offers any pupil and their family a family community of which to be part of and one that we strive to open to the wider community as well. We believe that our pupils should experience situations where they have a compassion for those less fortunate than themselves as well as it being of great benefit to them to have made a contribution, at whatever level, to help improve the lives of others. It also forms part of our school ethos of trying to ensure that each pupil leaves us as a well-rounded individual who has received an education that will help to prepare them for life beyond education.

A charity committee forms part of our Student Council, who are then supported by staff, pupils and parents and put on a variety of events each school year. Fundraising events are also the perfect opportunity for our pupils to develop their personal qualities such as leadership, creativity and teamwork. Examples of some recent charity events and fundraisers have included:

  • Non-uniform days
  • Boundary Oak’s Got Talent
  • Going barefoot for a day/week to raise money for a charity in Ghana
  • Water carrying challenge
  • Macmillan Coffee Morning
  • Summer Garden Party
  • Cake sales



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