Each class at the school on Candytuft Way in Harwell was encouraged to collect as many copper coins as possible and make circles of them in the playground, for a fundraising competition, with Red Group being the overall winners with xxxx.
"As part of our kindness value we are embracing the 14 weeks of acts of kindness. Our students supported Children in Need as a way of being kind to their local, regional and national work," said teacher Julie Hunter.
Children in Need was another highlight in the first term of the new secondary school which was opened this autumn by the GLF Schools group, a rapidly-expanding multi-academy trust managing schools across south-east England.
"Making our school part of the wider community is a big part of what we're trying to do here," added Ms Hunter.
"We've looked at the work done in Oxfordshire by Children in Need in assembly, so students were aware of how children's lives locally are improved by every penny they donated."
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