Charitable Work at QHS 

We believe that it is important for the children to understand that there are groups of people around the world who are not as fortunate as they are.  With this in mind, the School regularly  arranges activities which raise funds for a number of charities (chosen by staff and pupils).

Over recent years we have regularly supported:
   The Royal British Legion
   The Childrens Society
   The RNLI
   Northwick Park Hospital Children's Department
   Hillview Family Centre (South Harrow)
   Harrow Foodbank

and other charities receive one-off donations or support as and when they are suggested.
 

Fund-raising and Keeping fit - all for Sport Relief
Assembly by the RNLI on Water Safety and the work of the lifeboats...
QHS charity breakfast raised nearly £600 for the RNLI
The children in Nursery up to PP2 took part in a sponsored Dotty Dance for Children in Need and Diabetes UK. It was a great time and an amazing amount was raised!
As you already know, our Harvest Collection was a great success. During the half-term, we took the donations up to the local foodbank.
Four parents of our QHS children took part in the Shine Night Walk Marathon for Cancer Research. You can read this extract to find out more.
This year's Harvest collection has been a massive success and we are looking forward to sending the donations to the Foodbank.
The children came together for a vintage afternoon tea in support of the Toilet Twinning Charity
We are happy to announce that we have been able to send £1215.50 to Sarah Hope from the money that has been raised for her charity.
The Nursery and Pre-prep children pushed their physical abilities as they took part in a sponsored scoot and cycle for Red Nose Day.
Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope Charity Update
A letter from the Chief Executive.
On Wednesday 14th November, the Nursery and Reception raised money for Children in Need.
Quainton Hall School supporting Charity
QHS charity breakfast raised a wonderful £557 for child amputees.
Quainton Hall School will be celebrating Harvest Festival on Thursday


 




 

Mike Still, 20/02/2020