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Closed 09/05/2018

raised of £2,000 target by 7 supporters

    Weʼve raised £200 to help fund a nurture room at Bradway Primary School

    Sheffield, United Kingdom
    Funded on Wednesday, 9th May 2018

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    We are celebrating the 50th anniversary of Bradway Primary School



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      • Anonymous


        Apr 4, 2018

        From Janahan and Jaiyan. This is a great school that nurtures person development.


      • Anonymous


        Feb 20, 2018


      • Joanna Fisher

        Joanna Fisher

        Feb 19, 2018

        A great cause!

      • Deborah Banks

        Deborah Banks

        Feb 19, 2018

        Good luck, it's a great idea.


      • Claire Dyson

        Claire Dyson

        Jan 19, 2018

        This would benefit a lot of our children considerably ☺️


      • Lianne Eades

        Lianne Eades

        Jan 18, 2018

        Great cause happy to donate


      • Lucy Naven

        Lucy Naven

        Jan 15, 2018

        Good luck - a nurture area sounds like an excellent idea


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      Paul  Stockley

      Paul Stockley

      Sheffield, United Kingdom

      Although Bradway Primary School is committed to providing extra support for vulnerable pupils; we lack a dedicated area . As part of our school's 50th anniversary celebrations we are hoping to create a nurture area, partly funded by ex-pupils and providing a lasting legacy.

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