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Charity Events

At Knowsley Junior School we pride ourselves on creating a school ethos with community at its heart.

As part of this, we encourage children to get involved in fundraising activities for both local and international charities. 

Thank you all for your support and generosity.

Have a look below at the wonderful charities we have supported so far this year.

Children in Need

It was all a little ‘Freaky Friday’ on this year’s Children in Need day, as pupils came to school dressed as teachers, and teachers as pupils. We donated £1 to dress up and enjoyed a number of activities, including a ‘Design the Perfect Teacher' competition.

We raised £582 for this year’s appeal.

To find out more follow the link below.

Link: Children in Need

Age UK

The Big Knit is a joint campaign between Age UK and Innocent Drinks to help vulnerable older people. We got very busy with our knitting needles and donated over 100 minature hats to Age UK Oldham. Each hat will raise 25p to support our community.

To find out more follow the link below.

Link: The Big Knit

Macmillan Coffee Afternoon

Year 3 held a coffee afternoon to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. They baked their own cookies and cakes to sell and many families donated goods for our cake stalls. Friends and family were invited to join us for a drink and a chat before visiting their child's classroom to take a look at their learning. A big thank you to the Tesco store in Greenfield who donated teabags, coffee and milk to our event.

A wonderful afternoon was had by all and we raised £367!

To find out more follow the link below.

Link: Macmillan Coffee Morning

Key 103's Mission Christmas


This year, we joined Key 103’s Mission Christmas campaign to help thousands of disadvantaged children living in the region of Manchester. Over 200 brand new Christmas gifts were collected by the children in our school and donated to the Cash for Kids’ annual appeal.

Sports Relief

Sports Relief was a celebration of our sporting successes, with activities being led by Year 6 sports leaders. Together we raised £412.

To find out more follow the link below.

Link: Sports Relief

Other Charity Work

The children enjoyed a Christmas hat parade, showing off their amazing home-made creations, which raised £250 and was split between the NSPCC bobble Hat appeal and the Text Santa appeal.

Our amazing ‘Zumbathon’ brought together schools from across Oldham to raise money for Kingfisher Community Special School’s Splash Appeal.