Wear Dots - Raise Lots!

Friday 21st October, the day before the half term holiday, saw children and staff brightening up usual their school attire by wearing something dotty or spotty. The dress code included dotty jumpers, shirts, ties, spotty socks, tights, trousers, spotty hairband and ribbons, even spotty pyjamas!  Almost £200 was been collected and sent to the Royal National Institute of Blind people (RNIB) to benefit children and adults with visual impairments. This is a cause close to our hearts here at St Matthew’s School. Thank you to Natasha in Year 5 for initiating this activity.