Thank you to all parents, friends and families of Kingsley for your hard-work and dedication to supporting our wonderful school.
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The Foundation Department would like to say a massive thank you to all of the volunteers, staff and parents who came together to build our amazing mud pit. We had so many donations of diggers and kitchen tools which the children have been so excited to play with. Our children have said that it was 'the best day ever....a hundred out of hundred.' For the mud pit we needed to massive bulk bags of top soil which was very kindly donated by I.M.Kelly Automative. From all of us in Foundation thank you to you all as our children cannot wait to go outside and explore and play in the mud pit with their friends.
We would like to say a massive thank you to a special grandad who has raised a massive £1068 to go towards our sensory room.
Paul Russell completed his first ultra marathon on May 14th and set up a GoFundMe page to raise money for our school. He ran a total of 35miles and finished 42nd out of 90 with a time of 6 hours and 58 minutes.
We would like to say a massive thank you to Paul for raising such a substantial amount of money and a massive congratulations in completing his first ultra marathon.
The picture below is Ethan congratulating his grandad after completing the ultra marathon.
Go fund me page for Paul Russell
At Kingsley we are incredibly grateful to Ducklings parent Chris Stevenson for completing the London Marathon and raising over £4000.
Another one of our parents Stefan Quemard raised £ 760 by completing the Brighton marathon. This money will also go towards some new equipment for the school.
A MASSIVE thanks to Kirsty Jarvis for arranging a coffee morning to raise funds for Kingsley School. Her wonderful morning included a tombola, plant stall, craft table and raffle (with prizes including a Haddonstone planter, hamper, fruit basket, vouchers for the Thai Garden, Frank Butchers, Lucy's Tea Room, wine, chocolates and much more), raised an amazing £1001!
Jack was a great sport when he did a Skydive to raise some money for Kingsley School. He threw himself out of a plane and raised £460, which Barclays matched, to give us a fabulous sum of £920 to spend on some new playground equipment!