Crowle children supporting those less fortunate

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Children from St Norbert’s Catholic Primary Voluntary Academy in Crowle have again supported the Samaritan’s Purse Appeal - Operation Christmas Child.

Children from St Norbert’s Catholic Primary Voluntary Academy in Crowle have again supoprted the Samaritan’s Purse Appeal - Operation Christmas Child. They have been filling shoeboxes with toys, footballs, hygiene items and school equipment, which have been donated by parents and children. These are now on their way overseas to youngsters less fortunate than themselves.

The children continue to raise awareness and funds for such causes through collective worship, harvest and Christmas celebrations, the school council, safe school/anti bullying/cyber bullying ambassadors and good buddies.

A spokesman said: “The academy has already been awarded Level 1 of the Rights Respecting Schools Award (RRSA) and will be assessed for Level 2 accdreditation after Christmas.

“This recognises success in putting the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child at the heart of the school, further embedding in our minds that every children has the right to survive, to be protected, to develop and to participate.”