This coming Sunday we are having a carboot at the Cranworth Road site.
Come and join in with us or come for a look round to pick up a bargain.
It is open to the public to set up from 9.00am and for shoppers will be open at 9.30am. Cars are £5.00.
If you would like to book a place to sell your items, please call 07885241211.
All money raised will be going to the Africa School Trip.
In a few weeks Miss Hughes is off to the hairdressers to donate 10 inches of her hair. The hair donation will go to Little Princess Trust, a charity providing real hair wigs, free of charge, to boys and girls who have lost their hair through cancer treatment.
The charity does so much for all of those brave boys and girls, so it would be fantastic if we could help raise a bit of money to help, along with the chop!
Keep checking the website for updates on the haircut and donation!
Join us on the Sunday 29th of April to run for wildlife. Our aims are simple, have a great fun filled event, contribute to the health and well-being of the community, raise sponsorship and awareness for the Yorkshire Wildlife Park Foundation. Read more
Students were given the opportunity to take part in Bluebell woods national Christmas jumper day to raise vital funds for the charity. This is the first time Clifton have participated and we saw over 180 Christmas jumpers raising a total of £208. We look forward to taking part again next year! Read more
Miss Purshouse’s Year 10 Step Up class have been working hard on a charity project to raise money for Safe at Last .
Last night over 50 students attended a Halloween movie night, in aid of the Sheffield Children’s hospital’s snowflake project. The evening was organised and ran by members of the student council. They sold tickets, sweets, drinks and popcorn to raise money. The evening was a great success and enjoyed by all.
We had an incredible day on Saturday as our school cart entered the 2nd running of the Clifton Park soap box derby.
Y10 hospitality pupils have been baking goods which could be sold at the cake sale for the last month.
In January Clifton nominated Bluebell Wood as their Charity of the Year to work hard to fundraise for. Students and staff have worked hard at numerous events to be able to hand over this cheque for £501.15 to the staff and patients at the hospice on their trip today. They were able to see the the hard work of the staff and why their efforts are so important for the children who benefit from the services available. Read more
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