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P6/7D Homework Task 1:Research a charity Task 2 :Brainstorm a fundraiser for a charity
We want to share our findings today…
1)Save the Children works in 120 countries 2)They save children’s lives 3)They fight for their rights 4) They help them fulfil their potential
We believe in EQUALITY for all!
When disaster strikes, ‘Save the Children’ do whatever it takes to save children's lives.
They run world-class programmes and challenge world leaders to give children a brighter future
From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, they work in more than 120 countries to transform children’s lives.
More than 6 million children are still dying every year before they reach their fifth birthday. We need to act together, now, to change this appalling reality.
OPPOSITES DAY! Teachers will dress like pupils Pupils will dress as teachers LAST DAY OF TERM 50p donation to help:
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