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Get inspired by stories of how other schools have been fundraising for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity, and the fun things they have been doing to raise money.

Kents Hill Infant Academy

Kents Hill Infant Academy in Benfleet, Essex recently held a 'wear a bandage for Archie' day to fundraise for GOSH, and raised a fantastic £303.30. Archie is a year 1 pupil currently being treated at GOSH, and his older sister Evie came up with the idea as Archie was often having to wear a bandage when in hospital.


St Vincent’s RC Primary School

St Vincent’s RC Primary School in London recently held a ‘Feel the Force for GOSH’ event. The pupils and teachers devised games and sports events with a Star Wars theme. The children had a lot of fun, and raised an amazing £1,794 for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.


Herington House School

Herington House School in Hutton, Essex, recently took part in all sorts of fundraising for us and raised just over £4,000, which is amazing for a school of only 125 pupils. They played our sponsored games and also took part in Bad Hair Day. The pupils really entered into the spirit of the event – everyone looked fantastic!


Busy Bees Day Nurseries

Thirteen Busy Bees nurseries in the London region nominated Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity as their chosen charity last year, raising a staggering £16,484 through runs, cake sales, dress up days, a nursery disco and summer fun days. 

The money Busy Bees raised will be used to fund two oesophageal dopplers, a tool to measure blood flow and heart function during surgery.

Deniz Goordyal, the regional director of the 13 nurseries, said, “I am so proud of all the work that everyone across the whole region has put into their fundraising”.


Squirrels Heath Infant School

Squirrels Heath Infant School in Romford, Essex raised a fantastic £1,652 for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity by taking part in our sponsored games. The school chose to fundraise for the hospital in memory of a pupil, Milan Lall, who sadly passed away during the summer. They have also had a bench made for the school playground that features the super heroes Milan loved.