Children have been thinking of others

Children filled buckets with notes on how they had helped people during Thinking of Others week at Upton Snodsbury First School.

Children filled buckets with notes on how they had helped people during Thinking of Others week at Upton Snodsbury First School.

First published in News

KIND hearted children at Upton Snodsbury School have been thinking of others in the run up to Easter by holding a variety of events and activities.

During the Thinking of Others week children were given a small coloured buckets after assembly, they then went home with their bucket and returned with it on the Friday full of kind and thoughtful things they did for others during the week.

They shared their kind deeds during an assembly.

Headteacher, Lorraine Barber, said: "The idea came from the book Have You Filled a Bucket today by Carol McCloud where good and kind thoughts fill your bucket and others buckets too.

"The children were very creative in the way they filled their buckets."

To add to that the the children raised £80 with a bring and buy cake sale for Children’s Cancer Care, which was organised by the school council and saw the councillors from year's 3 and 4 advertise the sale and act as shop keepers for the day.

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