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Academy donates charity cash

Sutton Community Academy students Ben Haywood, Courtney Williams and Jade Chamberlain with representatives from Bosom Babes CRUK (Cancer Research UK) and Simon Martin, principal.

Sutton Community Academy students Ben Haywood, Courtney Williams and Jade Chamberlain with representatives from Bosom Babes CRUK (Cancer Research UK) and Simon Martin, principal.

Year 8 students at Sutton Community Academy have raised £160 for Cancer Research UK after taking part in an entrepreneurial challenge.

The youngsters were given a £1 coin each and had two weeks in which to make as much money as possible - half of which they could keep, with the other half going to a charity of the winner’s choice.

The winner, Courtney Williams, raised £38 by selling sweets and chocolates, reinvesting her money until the deadline. Other successes were in nail art, car washing, cake bakes and dog walking.

Pictured are students Ben Haywood (in second place),winner Courtney Williams, Jade Chamberlain(who came third), four representatives from Cancer Research UK’s Bosom Babes and Simon Martin, the academy principal .

 

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