The Deepings School raises £1,600 for charities

Pictured are (from left) headteacher Chris Beckett, Josh Wright, Carole Hughes of Anna's Hope, teacher Paula Hawkridge, Year 8 student Lilly Woodcock and mum Amanda Woodcock, Sixth Form student Rio Smith and school business manager Lisa Goodchild.  (Photo supplied).

Pictured are (from left) headteacher Chris Beckett, Josh Wright, Carole Hughes of Anna's Hope, teacher Paula Hawkridge, Year 8 student Lilly Woodcock and mum Amanda Woodcock, Sixth Form student Rio Smith and school business manager Lisa Goodchild. (Photo supplied).

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Students and staff at The Deepings School, Deeping St James, are making four charities smile after raising £1,600 for them.

The Deepings School, Deeping St James, is making four charities smile after students and staff raising £1,600 for them.

Anna’s Hope, which helps children with brain tumours, London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital, Teenage Cancer Trust and the face and neck unit at Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham, are to share the money raised by the school.

Headteacher Chris Beckett said: “We are recognising four wonderful causes with our thanks for the relationships they have with our students and staff.

“These organisations have made a huge difference in the lives of young people and we are very pleased to give them our collective support.”

Pictured are (from left) headteacher Chris Beckett, Josh Wright, Carole Hughes of Anna’s Hope, teacher Paula Hawkridge, Year 8 student Lilly Woodcock and mum Amanda Woodcock, Sixth Form student Rio Smith and school business manager Lisa Goodchild. (Photo supplied).