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Send My Friend to School Day

On Wednesday 30th May the school took part in the ‘Send my Friend to School Day’. In preparation for the day, all the children looked at the campaign’s website to see the impact of their work last year. Then the children looked at some case studies of children around the world who are still not getting an education. The children then wrote messages to the government asking them to support the campaign. At the end of the day a special assembly was held to explore the issues further and to present the messages to Tobias Ellwood, our local MP. Mr Ellwood promised to deliver them personally to the Prime Minister. Mr. Ellwood visited some of our classes earlier in the afternoon to tell them about his role and to see what they were doing in their lessons. We are very grateful to him for giving up his time to visit the school and to talk to the children. We are also grateful to Miss Corrigan for organising the day for us and leading the special assembly. Tobias Ellwood delivering our messages to 10 Downing Street. As promised, Mr. Ellwood delivered all our messages to 10 Downing Street. We have now had a letter from David Cameron, the Prime Minister, thanking us for taking the time to write them and for taking such an interest in helping others.

 On Wednesday 30th May the school took part in the ‘Send my Friend to School Day’. In preparation for the day, all the children looked at the campaign’s website to see the impact of their work last year. Then the children looked at some case studies of children around the world who are still not getting an education. The children then wrote messages to the government asking them to support the campaign.   At the end of the day a special assembly was held to explore the issues further and to present the messages to Tobias Ellwood, our local MP. Mr Ellwood promised to deliver them personally to the Prime Minister.   Mr. Ellwood visited some of our classes earlier in the afternoon to tell them about his role and to see what they were doing in their lessons. We are very grateful to him for giving up his time to visit the school and to talk to the children.   We are also grateful to Miss Corrigan for organising the day for us and leading the special assembly. Tobias Ellwood delivering our messages to 10 Downing Street. As promised, Mr. Ellwood delivered all our messages to 10 Downing Street.  We have now had a letter from David Cameron, the Prime Minister, thanking us for taking the time to write them and for taking such an interest in helping others. 1
 On Wednesday 30th May the school took part in the ‘Send my Friend to School Day’. In preparation for the day, all the children looked at the campaign’s website to see the impact of their work last year. Then the children looked at some case studies of children around the world who are still not getting an education. The children then wrote messages to the government asking them to support the campaign.   At the end of the day a special assembly was held to explore the issues further and to present the messages to Tobias Ellwood, our local MP. Mr Ellwood promised to deliver them personally to the Prime Minister.   Mr. Ellwood visited some of our classes earlier in the afternoon to tell them about his role and to see what they were doing in their lessons. We are very grateful to him for giving up his time to visit the school and to talk to the children.   We are also grateful to Miss Corrigan for organising the day for us and leading the special assembly. Tobias Ellwood delivering our messages to 10 Downing Street. As promised, Mr. Ellwood delivered all our messages to 10 Downing Street.  We have now had a letter from David Cameron, the Prime Minister, thanking us for taking the time to write them and for taking such an interest in helping others. 2
 On Wednesday 30th May the school took part in the ‘Send my Friend to School Day’. In preparation for the day, all the children looked at the campaign’s website to see the impact of their work last year. Then the children looked at some case studies of children around the world who are still not getting an education. The children then wrote messages to the government asking them to support the campaign.   At the end of the day a special assembly was held to explore the issues further and to present the messages to Tobias Ellwood, our local MP. Mr Ellwood promised to deliver them personally to the Prime Minister.   Mr. Ellwood visited some of our classes earlier in the afternoon to tell them about his role and to see what they were doing in their lessons. We are very grateful to him for giving up his time to visit the school and to talk to the children.   We are also grateful to Miss Corrigan for organising the day for us and leading the special assembly. Tobias Ellwood delivering our messages to 10 Downing Street. As promised, Mr. Ellwood delivered all our messages to 10 Downing Street.  We have now had a letter from David Cameron, the Prime Minister, thanking us for taking the time to write them and for taking such an interest in helping others. 3
 On Wednesday 30th May the school took part in the ‘Send my Friend to School Day’. In preparation for the day, all the children looked at the campaign’s website to see the impact of their work last year. Then the children looked at some case studies of children around the world who are still not getting an education. The children then wrote messages to the government asking them to support the campaign.   At the end of the day a special assembly was held to explore the issues further and to present the messages to Tobias Ellwood, our local MP. Mr Ellwood promised to deliver them personally to the Prime Minister.   Mr. Ellwood visited some of our classes earlier in the afternoon to tell them about his role and to see what they were doing in their lessons. We are very grateful to him for giving up his time to visit the school and to talk to the children.   We are also grateful to Miss Corrigan for organising the day for us and leading the special assembly. Tobias Ellwood delivering our messages to 10 Downing Street. As promised, Mr. Ellwood delivered all our messages to 10 Downing Street.  We have now had a letter from David Cameron, the Prime Minister, thanking us for taking the time to write them and for taking such an interest in helping others. 4
 On Wednesday 30th May the school took part in the ‘Send my Friend to School Day’. In preparation for the day, all the children looked at the campaign’s website to see the impact of their work last year. Then the children looked at some case studies of children around the world who are still not getting an education. The children then wrote messages to the government asking them to support the campaign.   At the end of the day a special assembly was held to explore the issues further and to present the messages to Tobias Ellwood, our local MP. Mr Ellwood promised to deliver them personally to the Prime Minister.   Mr. Ellwood visited some of our classes earlier in the afternoon to tell them about his role and to see what they were doing in their lessons. We are very grateful to him for giving up his time to visit the school and to talk to the children.   We are also grateful to Miss Corrigan for organising the day for us and leading the special assembly. Tobias Ellwood delivering our messages to 10 Downing Street. As promised, Mr. Ellwood delivered all our messages to 10 Downing Street.  We have now had a letter from David Cameron, the Prime Minister, thanking us for taking the time to write them and for taking such an interest in helping others. 5
 On Wednesday 30th May the school took part in the ‘Send my Friend to School Day’. In preparation for the day, all the children looked at the campaign’s website to see the impact of their work last year. Then the children looked at some case studies of children around the world who are still not getting an education. The children then wrote messages to the government asking them to support the campaign.   At the end of the day a special assembly was held to explore the issues further and to present the messages to Tobias Ellwood, our local MP. Mr Ellwood promised to deliver them personally to the Prime Minister.   Mr. Ellwood visited some of our classes earlier in the afternoon to tell them about his role and to see what they were doing in their lessons. We are very grateful to him for giving up his time to visit the school and to talk to the children.   We are also grateful to Miss Corrigan for organising the day for us and leading the special assembly. Tobias Ellwood delivering our messages to 10 Downing Street. As promised, Mr. Ellwood delivered all our messages to 10 Downing Street.  We have now had a letter from David Cameron, the Prime Minister, thanking us for taking the time to write them and for taking such an interest in helping others. 6
 On Wednesday 30th May the school took part in the ‘Send my Friend to School Day’. In preparation for the day, all the children looked at the campaign’s website to see the impact of their work last year. Then the children looked at some case studies of children around the world who are still not getting an education. The children then wrote messages to the government asking them to support the campaign.   At the end of the day a special assembly was held to explore the issues further and to present the messages to Tobias Ellwood, our local MP. Mr Ellwood promised to deliver them personally to the Prime Minister.   Mr. Ellwood visited some of our classes earlier in the afternoon to tell them about his role and to see what they were doing in their lessons. We are very grateful to him for giving up his time to visit the school and to talk to the children.   We are also grateful to Miss Corrigan for organising the day for us and leading the special assembly. Tobias Ellwood delivering our messages to 10 Downing Street. As promised, Mr. Ellwood delivered all our messages to 10 Downing Street.  We have now had a letter from David Cameron, the Prime Minister, thanking us for taking the time to write them and for taking such an interest in helping others. 7
 On Wednesday 30th May the school took part in the ‘Send my Friend to School Day’. In preparation for the day, all the children looked at the campaign’s website to see the impact of their work last year. Then the children looked at some case studies of children around the world who are still not getting an education. The children then wrote messages to the government asking them to support the campaign.   At the end of the day a special assembly was held to explore the issues further and to present the messages to Tobias Ellwood, our local MP. Mr Ellwood promised to deliver them personally to the Prime Minister.   Mr. Ellwood visited some of our classes earlier in the afternoon to tell them about his role and to see what they were doing in their lessons. We are very grateful to him for giving up his time to visit the school and to talk to the children.   We are also grateful to Miss Corrigan for organising the day for us and leading the special assembly. Tobias Ellwood delivering our messages to 10 Downing Street. As promised, Mr. Ellwood delivered all our messages to 10 Downing Street.  We have now had a letter from David Cameron, the Prime Minister, thanking us for taking the time to write them and for taking such an interest in helping others. 8
 On Wednesday 30th May the school took part in the ‘Send my Friend to School Day’. In preparation for the day, all the children looked at the campaign’s website to see the impact of their work last year. Then the children looked at some case studies of children around the world who are still not getting an education. The children then wrote messages to the government asking them to support the campaign.   At the end of the day a special assembly was held to explore the issues further and to present the messages to Tobias Ellwood, our local MP. Mr Ellwood promised to deliver them personally to the Prime Minister.   Mr. Ellwood visited some of our classes earlier in the afternoon to tell them about his role and to see what they were doing in their lessons. We are very grateful to him for giving up his time to visit the school and to talk to the children.   We are also grateful to Miss Corrigan for organising the day for us and leading the special assembly. Tobias Ellwood delivering our messages to 10 Downing Street. As promised, Mr. Ellwood delivered all our messages to 10 Downing Street.  We have now had a letter from David Cameron, the Prime Minister, thanking us for taking the time to write them and for taking such an interest in helping others. 9
 On Wednesday 30th May the school took part in the ‘Send my Friend to School Day’. In preparation for the day, all the children looked at the campaign’s website to see the impact of their work last year. Then the children looked at some case studies of children around the world who are still not getting an education. The children then wrote messages to the government asking them to support the campaign.   At the end of the day a special assembly was held to explore the issues further and to present the messages to Tobias Ellwood, our local MP. Mr Ellwood promised to deliver them personally to the Prime Minister.   Mr. Ellwood visited some of our classes earlier in the afternoon to tell them about his role and to see what they were doing in their lessons. We are very grateful to him for giving up his time to visit the school and to talk to the children.   We are also grateful to Miss Corrigan for organising the day for us and leading the special assembly. Tobias Ellwood delivering our messages to 10 Downing Street. As promised, Mr. Ellwood delivered all our messages to 10 Downing Street.  We have now had a letter from David Cameron, the Prime Minister, thanking us for taking the time to write them and for taking such an interest in helping others. 10
 On Wednesday 30th May the school took part in the ‘Send my Friend to School Day’. In preparation for the day, all the children looked at the campaign’s website to see the impact of their work last year. Then the children looked at some case studies of children around the world who are still not getting an education. The children then wrote messages to the government asking them to support the campaign.   At the end of the day a special assembly was held to explore the issues further and to present the messages to Tobias Ellwood, our local MP. Mr Ellwood promised to deliver them personally to the Prime Minister.   Mr. Ellwood visited some of our classes earlier in the afternoon to tell them about his role and to see what they were doing in their lessons. We are very grateful to him for giving up his time to visit the school and to talk to the children.   We are also grateful to Miss Corrigan for organising the day for us and leading the special assembly. Tobias Ellwood delivering our messages to 10 Downing Street. As promised, Mr. Ellwood delivered all our messages to 10 Downing Street.  We have now had a letter from David Cameron, the Prime Minister, thanking us for taking the time to write them and for taking such an interest in helping others. 11
 On Wednesday 30th May the school took part in the ‘Send my Friend to School Day’. In preparation for the day, all the children looked at the campaign’s website to see the impact of their work last year. Then the children looked at some case studies of children around the world who are still not getting an education. The children then wrote messages to the government asking them to support the campaign.   At the end of the day a special assembly was held to explore the issues further and to present the messages to Tobias Ellwood, our local MP. Mr Ellwood promised to deliver them personally to the Prime Minister.   Mr. Ellwood visited some of our classes earlier in the afternoon to tell them about his role and to see what they were doing in their lessons. We are very grateful to him for giving up his time to visit the school and to talk to the children.   We are also grateful to Miss Corrigan for organising the day for us and leading the special assembly. Tobias Ellwood delivering our messages to 10 Downing Street. As promised, Mr. Ellwood delivered all our messages to 10 Downing Street.  We have now had a letter from David Cameron, the Prime Minister, thanking us for taking the time to write them and for taking such an interest in helping others. 12
 On Wednesday 30th May the school took part in the ‘Send my Friend to School Day’. In preparation for the day, all the children looked at the campaign’s website to see the impact of their work last year. Then the children looked at some case studies of children around the world who are still not getting an education. The children then wrote messages to the government asking them to support the campaign.   At the end of the day a special assembly was held to explore the issues further and to present the messages to Tobias Ellwood, our local MP. Mr Ellwood promised to deliver them personally to the Prime Minister.   Mr. Ellwood visited some of our classes earlier in the afternoon to tell them about his role and to see what they were doing in their lessons. We are very grateful to him for giving up his time to visit the school and to talk to the children.   We are also grateful to Miss Corrigan for organising the day for us and leading the special assembly. Tobias Ellwood delivering our messages to 10 Downing Street. As promised, Mr. Ellwood delivered all our messages to 10 Downing Street.  We have now had a letter from David Cameron, the Prime Minister, thanking us for taking the time to write them and for taking such an interest in helping others. 13