Great sum raised for cancer charity

Children of Grange Lane Infant Academy in Rossington have been busy raising sponsorship money for Mr Jones as he gets ready to take part in the Teachers Vs Legend Match at the Keepmoat Stadium this weekend (23.5.15) for the Doncaster based Eve Merton Dreams Trust, a cancer support charity. The children had a sporty charity day where they brought a donation to wear their sports kit and take part in lots of activities such as mini kicks football and tricky obstacle courses, even the nursery children joined in the fun. Many pupils will also be representing Grange Lane Infant Academy as mascots at the Keepmoat this weekend and lots of our families have bought tickets to watch and cheer Mr Jones along. So far with sponsorships, ticket sales and the sporty charity day, Grange Lane Infant Academy has raised a whopping �745.35! A huge thank you everyone!

Children of Grange Lane Infant Academy in Rossington have been busy raising sponsorship money for Mr Jones as he gets ready to take part in the Teachers Vs Legend Match at the Keepmoat Stadium this weekend (23.5.15) for the Doncaster based Eve Merton Dreams Trust, a cancer support charity. The children had a sporty charity day where they brought a donation to wear their sports kit and take part in lots of activities such as mini kicks football and tricky obstacle courses, even the nursery children joined in the fun. Many pupils will also be representing Grange Lane Infant Academy as mascots at the Keepmoat this weekend and lots of our families have bought tickets to watch and cheer Mr Jones along. So far with sponsorships, ticket sales and the sporty charity day, Grange Lane Infant Academy has raised a whopping �745.35! A huge thank you everyone!

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A whopping £810 has been raised by Grange Lane Infants’ Academy for a local cancer charity.

Children at the Rossington school helped raise sponsorship money for Y1 teacher Richard Jones, who took part in a Teachers V Legends Match at the Keepmoat Stadium. The whole event supported the Doncaster-based Eve Merton Dreams Trust, a cancer support charity.

Pupils also paid donations to wear their sports kit and take part in sports activities at school.