Forest School enjoys annual charity afternoon

PUBLISHED: 11:53 29 July 2016 | UPDATED: 11:53 29 July 2016

Ajay Lancaster and Joseph Oulton

Ajay Lancaster and Joseph Oulton

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Forest School celebrated its annual charity afternoon on Thursday 8 July.

Ellin Patel, Liyah Mohammed, Lahasthaa Kumaran, Trixie Geddes, Lucy Sayers and Ayanna DavisEllin Patel, Liyah Mohammed, Lahasthaa Kumaran, Trixie Geddes, Lucy Sayers and Ayanna Davis

Forest School celebrated its annual charity afternoon on Thursday 8 July. Taking place on the school field, more than 1,000 pupils set up stalls, raffles and fun activities to raise money for the school’s chosen charities. A highlight of the sunny afternoon included ‘splat the teacher’ which, unsurprisingly proved very popular with Forest pupils. Other activities included a doughnut challenge, treasure hunt and face and nail painting. The money raised will go to Girls’ School’s charities Breast Cancer Awareness, Chigwell Riding Trust, Water Aid, Plan International and the Pattaya Orphanage in Thailand. The Boys’ School’s charity is Haven House Children’s Hospice. The charity afternoon also coincided with the school’s non-uniform day.

Luckily the sun came outLuckily the sun came out

Pupils lined up to splat their teachersPupils lined up to splat their teachers

Pupils organised raffles and fun activitiesPupils organised raffles and fun activities

WEL AUGUST 16 SOCIAL FOREST SCHOOLWEL AUGUST 16 SOCIAL FOREST SCHOOL

Mr Jonathan Kay with son JoshuaMr Jonathan Kay with son Joshua

Splat the teacher proved popularSplat the teacher proved popular

The afternoon was a huge successThe afternoon was a huge success

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