Wear Yellow Day

In February staff and pupils from Bishop Martin Church of England School, Woolton joined in to help Marie Curie Cancer Care launch this year’s Great Daffodil Appeal.

As Marie Curie Hospice Liverpool is in Woolton Village all the organisations in the Liverpool 25 area were asked to participate in the ‘Wear Yellow Day.’
Bishop Martin School certainly helped to turn their school area yellow. All the children wore something yellow and some of the children made a variety of hats resembling daffodils. All the children brought a donation for Marie Curie.

The whole school community from teaching staff, kitchen staff and admin all contributed to decorating the school and grounds to make a yellow splash of colour. The staff also held a yellow cupcake raffle which was donated by L’Oven Cakes.’
One of the schools ex-parents, Mrs Usher created a field of hope arrangement of daffodils and one of the school’s Governors Mrs Ford helped to make the yellow rosettes.

The catering staff even decorated the dining hall for the children’s lunches. A truly inspiring community spirit to support such a worthy cause, raising over £450 so far…

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