Weʼve raised £280 to rebuild our play equipment, which through years of love and play has become unsafe and unusable for the children.
- London Borough of Hackney, London, UK
- Funded on Tuesday, 4th June 2019
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Help to Give Our Children Somewhere to Play
We are a small primary school located in Hoxton, London.
Our old playground equipment has been declared unsafe, as the weight-bearing wood has rotted and replacement is urgently required.
Article 31 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child states that “Children have the right to play”.
We are looking to install a new play equipment that will offer something for every child, of every ability. We are looking to raise a total of £18,505 to cover the cost and installation of the new equipment.
This is not about OfSTED ratings or examination results – it is about the all-round wellbeing of our pupils.
By donating towards this project, you will be supporting our efforts to ensure that no child is left behind, and no child is pushed out.
Parents, Staff and Pupils of St Monica’s Catholic Primary School, Hoxton.
- 1 year ago
John Spawton-Rice1 year ago
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In support of St Monica's Catholic Primary School new playground equipmentFor Liz Bart-Williams
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London Borough of Hackney, London, UK
I am a year two teacher who lives and works in Hackney. I love my school and want our children to have the best! For this, we need to rebuild our play equipment, giving the children a much needed safe and fun place to be.