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Charity and Fundraising

We have had an amazing day fundraising for Comic Relief. We had so much fun doing something 

Funny for Money!

Take a look at some of these our fun below!

At Kingsley school we enjoy raising money for charities. It gives us the opportunity to think about other people less fortunate than us. 

We raise money in a number of different ways including; non-uniform/dressing up days, sporting activities, writing and performing songs and other musical activities.You can see below a selection of our more recent fund raising activities.

Our video for Children in Need 2016 is so good BBC Tees have been into school to talk to Mrs Allott, Mr Bush and the choir and they played the song on the radio too! It was incredibly exciting! We all listened in during registration in our classrooms!

Raising money for Children in Need 2016

Lilly was delighted to win the CD cover competition. 

Her design will be printed on all of the Kingsley Heal the World CD covers. For winning, she received the very first copy of the CD, a framed version of her CD cover, a box of chocolates and a Tesco voucher. 


Our Macmillan Coffee Morning was a BLAST!

Sport Relief 2016

We raised lots of money for Sport Relief and promoted healthy living in a number of ways between 14th and 18th March 2016!



Reception had a go at Yoga with Yoga Bugs!

Year 1 played Just Dance in the hall!

Year 2 had a go at a few trickier Yoga poses!

Year 3 and Year 4 enjoyed Skipping on the yard!

Year 5 played Table Tennis!

Year 6 mentored the younger children in a selection of activities!


Lots of Key Stage 2 children had a go at climbing the rocket!



EVERYONE in school took part in a perimeter walk on Thursday morning!

As part of our better health at work award a staff team entered Hartlepool Hospice It’s a Knockout on Saturday 11th July. The team, captained by Amy, won their event and had a great time raising money for the Hospice. Thanks to everyone who supported us.

Kingsley Primary School - We Are The World Video

In 2014 our Key Stage 2 children rewrote and recorded "We are the world" and sold recordings of this to raise money for Children in Need. Watch below to see if you can spot any of us.