Students show support for Evergreen Care Trust
Stamford High School have entertained over 70 guests at their annual Evergreen Tea Party, and additionally raised over £1400 for The Evergreen Care Trust through fundraising events.
The Tea Party, held at the beginning of December, saw dozens of students help with preparations, meeting and greeting, serving food and drinks and chatting to the guests. Four members of the Chapel Choir entertained, singing Christmas carols, and six members of staff additionally provided minibus transport for many guests.
In total, 78 guests attended, including the Mayor of Stamford, with many being repeat attendees to the event, which has become a well-established and eagerly anticipated afternoon in the Schools’ and Evergreen’s calendars.
Each guest received a present wrapped by the Schools’ Charity Committee, and all year groups were involved in making Christmas cards, place mats and gift tags for the event, as part of their House activities. All forms across Stamford High School were invited to run their own fundraising events, and a casual clothes day added to the fundraising total.
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