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Key facts about the challenge:
- Ben Nevis – 1345m, this is the highest mountain
- Scafell Pike – 978m, a Saturday evening climb
- Snowdon – 1085m, 4:30am climb on Sunday
- Overnight drive at midnight
As many of you may know, the school is undertaking a significant project of renovating the KS1 playground (The Big Outdoors Project), which is exciting and costly. We have come up with these challenges to help the school raise some funds for the renovation.
Our children spend half or more of their time at school than at home during an average week. This is undoubtedly a big drive for us to try and help the school improve its facilities. There is certainly a common passion shared amongst us for the outdoors, and this is one of the many reasons we would like to help with this project. We would like our children and pupils to enjoy a lovely outdoor area, where they feel happy and safe.
This challenge is not just about raising money; it is also about showing the young children at school what can be achieved through hard work, grit, and determination. We are proud to do this as one team, and we appreciate your support. Many parents sponsored the team last year, when the attempt had to be abandoned, and we are very grateful for your support. If you would like to contribute this year, that would be much appreciated.
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The PCSA brings together parents, carers and staff to support the school and to raise money to benefit all the children at school.