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RNLI SOS Fundraising Day

Once again, the St Gabriel's Junior Department supported the national RNLI 'SOS' fundraising day on the 25 January 2013.

The pupils and staff in colourful nautical outfits and 'Stripes and Spots' had an exciting fun sea-themed day. Through pupil's donations, a teddy bear raffle and a cake stall we managed to raise the fantastic sum of £277.

As the RNLI is a charity which relies totally on the support of the public, our cheque was very much appreciated by the Penlee lifeboat station in Mousehole, Cornwall.

The Penlee coxswain, Patrick Harvey 'Patch' is always incredulous that a school in a landlocked county takes time to help the RNLI. This year our fund raising efforts went towards buying helmets for the crew that go out on the inshore lifeboat, a worthy cause.

Once again, the St Gabriel's Junior Department supported the national RNLI 'SOS' fundraising day on the 25 January 2013.

The pupils and staff in colourful nautical outfits and 'Stripes and Spots' had an exciting fun sea-themed day. Through pupil's donations, a teddy bear raffle and a cake stall we managed to raise the fantastic sum of £277.

As the RNLI is a charity which relies totally on the support of the public, our cheque was very much appreciated by the Penlee lifeboat station in Mousehole, Cornwall.

The Penlee coxswain, Patrick Harvey 'Patch' is always incredulous that a school in a landlocked county takes time to help the RNLI. This year our fund raising efforts went towards buying helmets for the crew that go out on the inshore lifeboat, a worthy cause.

 Year 1 Teacher handing over cheque to RNLI

Visitors to St Gabriel's quickly recognise that this is no ordinary school. Parents are always impressed by the sense of purpose and enthusiasm of the talented, committed staff and the confidence of the extremely happy pupils. We offer girls the opportunity for a seamless journey from Nursery through to Sixth Form, with our boys leaving us at the at the age of 11 for their senior schools.

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