A big thank you to Mayor Fellows, Sgt Atkinson, Cllr Morris and all the schools who attended with the vision of ensuring that young people in Droitwich and the surrounding areas are seen, heard, and have the opportunity to make a difference.
It was a great morning where students of different ages were able to meet and share their thoughts together. We look forward to the next meeting where students from across schools will focus on one topic and turn their brilliant ideas into actions.
Mrs Marchant has done something incredible for charity this weekend; she has had her head shaved! 😮
She has already raised over £1600 for Little Princess Trust and Primrose Hospice (@littleprincesstrustcharity and @primrosehospice). Little Princess trust organise free wigs to children who have lost their hair in chemotherapy treatment and Primrose Hospice look after people and their families who are suffering from terminal illness.
If you want to donate drop her an email and she`ll send the link on to you. Alternatively you can copy and paste this link: https://www.justgiving.com/team/eleven?utm_medium=proxy_team&utm_content=team%2Feleven&utm_source=copyLink&utm_campaign=pfp-share
The DofE season started this weekend with Year 12 & 13s out in the Bannau Brycheiniog mountains of South Wales for a Gold training day. 20km of hiking with full kit is always tough but we were treated to magical views and a mostly dry day. Walking off the mountain in the dark after dinner cooked expertly on Trangia made it feel like a proper adventure was had too. Well done to all of the students (who were fantastic) and thank you to the staff volunteers for giving up their Saturday to make this training day possible.
6.30am - the road is entirely clear so open to all year groups at normal time. Bus bay still flooded so bus drop offs and collection will be from Westacre today. Please note that rear leisure centre car park is closed so it will be busy.
Email sent out at 7.06am - please check it for more detail.