Recently, the children and parents from Immaculate Conception Catholic Primary School, a Voluntary Academy, went on a walk around the village of Spinkhill to raise awareness of the CAFOD campaign to help the people of Myanmar, who were affected by Cyclone Nargis.
Each child donated money towards the campaign and brought with them a backpack to represent the emergency packs carried by the people of Myanmar when they are threatened with a natural disaster.
The children also carried a tin of fruit in their backpacks which was later donated to St Wilfrid’s Centre in Sheffield; over 200 tins of fruit were collected! After the walk, an assembly was held in the school hall and the tins of fruit were collected ready to be taken to St Wilfrid’s Centre.
This project was part of the school’s Lent preparations. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the event.