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15 students, 3 from each house, were given £5 with the challenge to make as much money as they could in 3 weeks. Cake and pancake sales, car valeting and selling hand warmers and personalised keyrings were some of the activities undertaken.
12 students raised £543.88, donating £529.64 to charities including Help the Homeless, The Lymphoma Association, Oxfam, Thames Hospice, the Alzheimers Society, Cancer Research UK and the PTA.
The standout performers were Joseph Salkeld (Y8, Braybrooke) who raised £201.55 from selling cakes, reinvesting the profits and taking advanced orders and donated the profits to Oxfam and Elin Griffiths (Y9, Winrow) who raised £93.62 by valeting cars and taking donations for tea and cakes, donating her money to Help the Homeless.