Queen’s Park Community School students raise money for Japan

Appeal to help earthquake and tsunami victims is backed by pupils

Kind-hearted students dressed up and sold cakes to raise money for the earthquake and tsumani victims in Japan.

The Queen’s Park Community School pupilss raised �200 as they sold out all all their tasty treats at Wednesday’s event, being sponsored to wear their costumes at the same time.

Jayne Llewelyn, the school’s business and community liaison officer, said: “The students have been learning in the ‘News Today’ part of their tutorial about how the earthquake and tsunami have affected children in Japan and were keen to help the appeal.”


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