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Charity Day for Macmillan!

Year 12 students and post 16 staff proceeded into Coventry city centre in fancy dress to collect money on behalf of Macmillan Cancer Research. The variety of our costumes both humoured and intrigued the general public on our bus journey!

Once in town, students stood, danced and even sang in their designated spots so to catch the eye of those who were blind to 6ft minions, floating Tetris blocks, and three 17 year old boys in drag.

After about 2 hours of raising money around various parts of the city, the students all got together to take a group picture, before confusing people on public transport again on our way back to the school. We were  then treated to a bbq expertly cooked by those staff who had chosen to stay behind. The students were delighted to have learnt that they had raised £1100 and happy to be involved in President Kennedy School's 20 years supporting Macmillan.                                   

                                                                                                                                Kieran Hoare, Year 12 student.

 

Year 12 students and post 16 staff proceeded into Coventry city centre in fancy dress to collect money on behalf of Macmillan Cancer Research. The variety of our costumes both humoured and intrigued the general public on our bus journey!

Once in town, students stood, danced and even sang in their designated spots so to catch the eye of those who were blind to 6ft minions, floating Tetris blocks, and three 17 year old boys in drag.

After about 2 hours of raising money around various parts of the city, the students all got together to take a group picture, before confusing people on public transport again on our way back to the school. We were  then treated to a bbq expertly cooked by those staff who had chosen to stay behind. The students were delighted to have learnt that they had raised £1100 and happy to be involved in President Kennedy School's 20 years supporting Macmillan.                                   

                                                                                                                                Kieran Hoare, Year 12 student.