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Saxons Charity Week

Last week was the Saxons charity week, where different Saxons year groups organised events to raise money for the Furry Friends Farm.

Whether it was contributing ideas, taking part in the assembly, helping out with one of the many events or supporting the events, we could not have had such a fantastic week without every single one of the students!



Year 7, led by Paige Bukovsan, ran a fantastic bake sale, with one member describing the fantastic baked goods as “better than Starbucks”. Year 9, led by Zhi Lin Teoh, organised music in the canteen for every lunchtime, and it was great to hear non-stop music everyday. Oliver Eger led a fantastic team of Year 10 Saxons to selling sushi and ice cream, as well as collecting money for the non-uniform day on Friday. Finally, the Year 11 Saxons, led by Saxons House President Yana Bacha, organised a fantastic Valentines style delivery service, where students could have chocolates and cards sent to their closest friends.



All of the hard work has really paid off, with the Saxons (supported by the Vikings, Normans and Romans) raising a total of RM6925. The money, along with the donations left at reception, will be sent to the Furry Friends Farm over the next few weeks.