For the second year running, King Charles I School has been collecting Easter eggs that would then be donated to local children suffering health issues and/or being treated in hospital over the Easter season. This year, a staggering 186 Easter eggs were raised and then split across two destinations: the Children’s ward at Russells Hall hospital in Dudley and Acorns Children’s hospice in Worcester. Both venues were truly overwhelmed by the generosity of our students, families and staff, and were unconditionally grateful for our donations. We wish to thank everyone who contributed to this great cause and in particular Ben Slater who came along to deliver the Easter eggs alongside Miss Tabellion and Miss Perks to the hospital.
Photo: Miss Perks, Miss Tabellion and Ben Slater, 11Q1