They joined forces for Rainbow Day and dressed in colours of the spectrum to raise money for the Rainbow Trust, a charity which helps families who have a child with a life-limiting or threatening illness.
Everyone at the school also had the chance to enjoy a rainbow cake competition and Danetree Primary School raised £735 from all the hard work.
Sports have also featured heavily in the run up to the summer holidays with a District Sports Day organised for pupils to enjoy. Danetree pupils returned to their West Ewell school with a clutch of medals as Year 3 girls won the gold in the standing triple jump and long jump. The Year 3 boys took bronze in the tennis ball throw and Year 4 boys and girls won gold in the standing triple jump and silver in the long jump. There was also a silver medal for Zoe Luff in the tennis ball throw which saw Year 5’s Ben Kerry win gold.
In Year 6, the boys won bronze for the standing triple jump and long jump. Macey Daniels and Cameron O’Leary both took bronze for the tennis ball throw.
The swimming gala was held at Parkside School and Danetree took third place and pupils are also looking forward to a night camp and the Year 6 performances before breaking for the summer.
“We are very proud of all the achievements by our pupils this year, which has ended with a fantastic charity event and great news on the sporting front. Congratulations to everyone who has worked so hard,” said Head Teacher James Broad.
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