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Fundraising for Jamie
 
         
     
 

A VERY BIG thank you to the whole school community. The School Christmas Fair raised over £1200!

£1000 will be used for the Forest School and school equipment. £300 is being donated to Jamie's fund.

£750 was collected following the two school Christmas Productions for Jamie's fund.

A further £200 was raised from the sale of DVDs, again for Jamie's fund. Well done to everyone involved.

 
     
   

A very big THANK YOU to everyone that has donated

special chocolates to help fill our bucket for Jamie!

It is now full to the top - and very heavy!

 
     
 

Scroll down the page to take a look at some of the fundraising events and generous donations made so far. If you have organised, or are taking part in, a fundraising event for Jamie's Appeal

please let us know so we can mention you on this page.

You can also see some photos of Jamie when he was well enough to come in and see us.

 
     
 

Our fundraising began with the PTA 'Walk into Spring' event, raising over £200.

A big THANK YOU to everyone - our school community is very special.

 
         
 

Jamie and his Mummy & Daddy

would like to say a very big

THANK YOU

for all the cards, gifts and good wishes

sent to them from everyone in the

school community.

 

         
 

However, Jamie was NOT so sure

that his "New Nurse" knew what

she was supposed to be doing!

 

Can you guess who it is?

 

       
 

Brave Jamie made a brief visit into

school to see his friends in Year 1.

They were very pleased to see him!

Jamie took home his very own

bag of Pebble Pets!

Watch this page Jamie because we will

be adding more photographs to show

you all the things we are doing.

       
 

Everyone in school was really pleased to see Jamie when he came

for a visit with his Dad and joined us for lunch on Wednesday 30th May.

 

In Year 1 Jamie taught the class a few things on the SMARTBoard and also did some Dinosaur investigations.

Thank you for a lovely visit Jamie, you brightened our day!

       
 
Hetty, Year 3, had a raffle amongst her family members, raising £3. Well done Hetty!
       
 

A very big THANK YOU to everyone who donated and bought cakes at the first sale this term. Over £100 was raised.

We are planning a Halloween themed cake sale on Monday 22nd October.

       
 

The fundraising has continued over the summer. This member of Year 1, along with his friends, helped decorate buns for a cake stall and made special Pebble Pets to sell. He also managed to swim an amazing 250m without armbands!

They raised £130. Thank you and very well done to you all!

       
 
       
 
Thank you to St Aelred's Primary School who raised £199.25 with their fundraising for Jamie.
       
 

The Jazz for Jamie event was a brilliant evening and in total raised approx £1900. It was lovely to have Jamie and his family with us on the night. Harry Gration from BBC Look North was there for the raffle draw.

A lot of the prizes were claimed on the night but others still need to be given to the lucky winners. See the list below.

Congratulations to Adam & Ruby Hunter who won two prizes in the raffle including one of the signed York City shirts!

 
 
 
 

1. Share in a race horse syndicate for 1yr – No. 0206 Lynda Holden (contacted us via Twitter!)
2. Scott Kerr’s signed York City shirt from Wembley – No. 0051 Wright
3. Signed t-shirt and magazine from Olympic gymnast Beth Tweddle – No. 4488 Jamie Blogg
4. Breakfast and a morning at Richard Fahey’s stables in Malton – No. 1844 Debbie Graham

5. Family ticket to North Yorkshire Moors Railway – No. 0249 Sandra Scott c/o Ebor Bishopthorpe
6. 2 tickets to Leeds Rugby Match – No. 1896 Tony
7. Family ticket to Disney Live Mickey Mouse Show in Sheffield – No. 4689 Jamie Salter c/o Keran
8. Cut and blow dry at Shiboui hairdressers – No. 2593 Arnold
9. 2 gym passes for Ebor Fitness – No. 0060 Linda Robinson
10. A training session with Personal fitness instructor Tom Lininsh – No. 2252 Ruth Jenkins
11. £10 Marks and Spencers voucher – No. 1451 Cordula Van Wyhe
12. Set of water pastels – No. 1883 Bandeira (Lord Deramore’s)

       
 

Jessica (Y1) sold Pebble Pets that she had made as well as some of

her clothes and toys that she no longer needed at her Japanese School

in Leeds and raised £51.50. Well done Jessica!

       
 
The Cake Sale organised by Y1 parents this week raised £146.66. Thank you to everyone involved.
       
 
Staff involved in the Community Project at Aviva have kindly donated £795.47 to Jamie's Appeal. Thank you.
       
 
Thank you to Elowen & Hetty (Y2). They raised £8.80 selling flowers and herbs from their gardens. Well done girls!
       
 
Thank you to everyone who attended - and took part in - HesFest this year. We raised £705.42 for Jamie's Appeal.
       
 

The cake stall organised by Karen Lilliman at Fulford School

was busy for the whole lunch hour. Thank you to parents,

staff and students for all your baking donations.

The stall raised £178.60.

       
 

Well done to Lily (Y2). Lily has raised a further £20 to add to her sponsorship money as well as

£17 selling pom-pom monsters, cards and book marks. Great work Lily!

       
 

Thank you to Beverley Scott for organising a 'Dress Down Day' at Cyclops Electronics Ltd, which raised £80.

       
 
St Oswald's CE Primary School held a Jubilee Cafe, inviting the local community to attend, which raised £224.63.
       
 

Thank you to the MEG (Music Education Group) students who worked in school recently.

They have been fundraising for Jamie and kindly donated £100.

       
 

Our 'Name the Crocodile' competition has raised £107.

Our crocodile sculpture now has a name - Deracroc.

Well done to Brooke, Year 1, who wins a family day pass

to York Maze kindly donated by Mr Pearcy.

A big thank you to everyone who took part.

There were some very inventive and imaginative names!

 
   
 

On Wednesday 4th July, Karen Lilliman is running a cake stall at Fulford School. Some people have

already promised cakes, but more cake baking would be helpful, as teenagers do like their cakes!

       
 

Jemima (Y4), Madeline (Y1) and Lily (Y5) all ran 5k 'Race for Life'

in very impressive times for a first attempt! Great going girls!

                                       Lily              33 minutes

                                      Jemima      35 minutes  

                                      Madeline    50 minutes

So far they have raised £1070 on their sponsorship page.

www.justgiving.com/smilingrainbows

       
 

May Beth Madill Parker (ex pupil) is swimming 10k, which will take her around six hours, in aid of Jamie's Appeal.

Follow this link to sponsor her and help her reach her target of £500.     www.justgiving.com

       
 

What shall we call the Crocodile that we

created during our Outdoor Learning Week?

Click HERE to find out how to enter our competition.

All monies raised will go to Jamie's Appeal.

       
 

Will (Y6) & Georgia (Y3) Young raised £197.50 in just 2 hours! They visited granny in Northumberland and collected eggs from her hens & then came home to bake cakes - well, mum did! On Saturday 9th June they set up a stall outside the Co-operative in Fulford, battling gusts of wind and heavy showers. Rather than pricing cakes they asked for donations and were amazed at how generous people were - although Will did eat a lemon cake & a batch of chocolate chip cookies - which cost him a months pocket money!

  They also provided information to all the customers and, for a short period, they are allowed to have a collection pot at the shop.

The Co-operative policy is to nominate a charity each year and unfortunately it had already been allocated before Jamie became ill. However, the manager said he would help them in their endeavour to raise money for Jamie, so the pot will be there for a few weeks.

 
 

On the 10th June, at Dalby Forest, twenty eight people took part in Go Ape for Jamie!

Go Ape kindly reimbursed the ticket sale money back into Jamie's fund and

sponsor money raised stands at £1800 so far, with still more to come in.

 
 
       
 

We had a fabulous day - many of us were very nervous but at the end very elated! Well done to you all.

 
 
 
 

Some of our Year 5 boys, who play for Fulford Football Club U10's, along with Iona, Nele & Isabelle (Y5) and Freddie (Y3), went 'Bag Packing' in Asda. They collected £580. Great work all of you!

       
 

Poppleton Road Primary School held a Red, White and Blue sale at their Jubilee Afternoon.

They had four long tables full of buns, biscuits and cakes as well as two tables of red, white and blue items. They raised an amazing £672 for Jamie's Appeal. Thank you so much to you all.

       
 

Jemima (Year 4) and Madeline (Year 1) are signed up for York 5K Race for Life on 27th June.

They have a joint sponsorship page with Lily (Year 5) at www.justgiving.com/smilingrainbows

So far they have made over £750. All money raised will be going to Jamie's Appeal.

       
 

Karen Lilliman made two bucket collections at Mecca Bingo in York over the Bank Holiday

raising £450.42. Karen is also organising a Charity Raffle which will be held in the near future.

       
 

Miss Dickenson has raised over $1000 - approx £635 -

selling Pebble Pets.

Thank you so much to everyone at Morgan Street School

for your generous support.

       
 

Pebble pets have now gone

global and are on sale

'Down Under'!

 

Thank you to Miss Dickenson and the

Morgan Street School Council

for all your hard work.

       
 
Thank you to Mrs Greenway for organising the Uniform Sale which raised £52.50.
   
 
The Cake Sale on the final day of this half term raised £146.90. Thank you to everyone involved.
       
 

Our thanks to Acomb Primary School who raised £312 and Skelton Primary School for raising £91.40.

Both schools held non-uniform days in aid of Jamie's Appeal.

       
 
Nela and Helena, Year 5, have been busking again and made an amazing £345! Well done girls.
       
 

Mr Iddon arranged for Jamie to have a VERY special day out.

You can see some pictures of his adventure HERE.

       
 
Maia, Year 5, spoke to the congregation in her church and collected £167. Thank you so much.
       
 

Oliver Maude, Year 1, decided to 'go to the top' when asking for help for Jamie.

He wrote to the Prime Minister, Mr Cameron. You can see the reply he received HERE.

       
 

Thank you to Everyone - our non-uniform day raised £212.65.

We would also like to say THANK YOU to Wheldrake C of E Primary School for your support.

Their non-uniform day raised £334.30 for Jamie's Appeal.

       
 

The Zumba evening at Archbishop Holgate's School was a great success.

Jamie's Mum joined them for an enjoyable 'work out'. The event raised a whopping £2016.50!

THANK YOU to everyone involved for all your hard work.

       
 
       
 

Luke's (Y2) Auntie Emma works for Superbreak. They held a fundraising day for Jamie and raised £302.

       
 

Mrs Bradley organised a 'Come Dine With Me' evening.

She served a wonderful three course meal and drinks.

Staff joining her gave donations for Jamie's Appeal.

They raised an amazing £200 - and had a lovely evening!

Well done Mrs Bradley.

       
 

Jacob (Y5) and Ellen's (Y2) Granda Jeff has organised an on line Racing Pigeon Auction in aid of Jamie's Appeal.

Many top pigeon men from the North East and York have kindly donated some of their very best young birds.

So far the bids total over £2500!

THANK YOU to everyone involved for your generosity.

       
 
A big THANK YOU to Dringhouses Primary School who raised £281.18 from their non uniform day.
       
 
Another big THANK YOU goes to Mr John Haslem who has raised £111.
       
 

The Bazaar on Friday 11th May raised a phenomenal £1043.05!

A big THANK YOU to everyone for all your support.

       
 
Pebble Pets Go Global!

These are the first Pebble Pets to be made in Australia by Miss Dickenson.

The children at her school will be

making more and selling

them in aid of Jamie's Appeal.

Thank you to everyone in

Broken Hill for your support.

Can you spot something different about the

Australian Pebble Pets?

       
 

Two girls from Year 5 went into town and sang some of their choir songs. They were overwhelmed by the generosity of the people walking the streets of York.

They raised an incredible £616.10.

Girls you are fantastic - and VERY brave, singing in front of all those strangers!

       
 

Several families got together and spent a sunny Saturday holding a cake and toy stall in the street where they live.

They made an amazing £448.50.

Well done to you all.

     
  Thank you to Geo Houlton & Sons Ltd - the builders working on our roof - for your donation of £100.
     
 
The Casino night held on 4th May made £458 for the appeal. Thank you to the Richardson Family.
     
 
     Mrs Carr held a coffee morning and also sold homemade cards. She raised over £100.
     
 

The weather was kind to us as we set up our stalls for the Bazaar.

You can see some more pictures HERE.

       
 
Phone Charms      

Take a look at some of the amazing items Ben (Year 6)

has made from Fimo to sell at the Bazaar.

If you are unable to attend the Bazaar Ben is happy to take orders.

                                                                 Beads
Mini-Edibles
Monsters
 
   
       
 

The Robson Family have been busy selling

bookmarks and so far have raised £192.87.

 

       
 

Nick & Kate Robson as well as Chris Wood

organised a cake sale at Aviva, raising £831.63.

There were a LOT of cakes and a lot of generous people!

Employees at Aviva are also planning more events,

including a book sale, to raise funds for Jamie.

THANK YOU to Aviva who will be

'pound matching' some of their fundraising.

       
 

The Bulmer Family have been very busy fundraising.

They made their own Pebble Pets and had a

stall outside their house.

They collected £98 in donations over

three days, from very kind students in the area.

       
 

The family also wore fancy dress and had a fun run

on the Knavesmire, raising £156.

Thank you for all your hard work!

       
 
The After School Club Cake Sale raised £221.60. What a great effort. Well done!
       
 

Year 3 have created flower sculptures inspired by Marc Quinn, a modern British artist.

They will be selling them at the Bazaar on

Friday to the highest bidders.

       
 

On Tuesday 1st May the whole school took part in

'Jamie's Race for Life'. Everyone ran round the school grounds.

Take a look at some of the photographs HERE.

The amount raised is now £5722.11-

and money is still coming in! Fantastic!

Jamie came into school with his Dad to thank us

before heading to the hospital for his next treatment.

Here he is with one of his best friends in Year 1.

       
 

On Friday 4th May Edward Issott (Year 3) swam 40 lengths - 1 Kilometre - and raised over £200

for Jamie's Appeal. What an amazing effort Edward! Very well done!

       
 

Every Penny Counts!

Mrs King is in her 'Counting House'

counting up your pennies.

There are quite a lot to count!

The total so far has reached £185.

Which class has collected the most?

Find out soon!

       
 

Every Penny Counts!

Each class in school has a large

measuring cylinder in which they are

collecting donated 1p & 2p coins for Jamie's Appeal.

Who will fill theirs first?

       
 

A poster is made ready for the Year 1 Cake Sale.

Ruby & Arthur melt down their Easter eggs to make cakes for the sale.

       
 

 

       
 

Wow! Thank you to all Year 1 parents for

spending time in the kitchen - Delia Smith watch out!

       
 

 

The crowds come and we sell up in no time!

The total donated was £142.93 for Jamies Appeal.

Thank You to all those who were invoved.

       
 

Everyone - even the builders

working on our school site -

has helped raise £843.23

by adopting 'Pebble Pets'

made by Mrs King.

You are truly amazing!

Thank you.

           
 

Here is a picture by Olivia, Year 4, of her

Pebble Pets in a playground.

Watch out for the 'Pebble Puppies'

that will be looking for new homes at the

School Bazaar on 11th May!

           
 

Jamie

This is a picture of a Pebble Pet Park drawn

just for you by Ruby K and Sonya in Year 1.

           
 

A big thank you to Gracie in Year 2. Gracie made her own version of

'Pebble Pets',with gold faces, and raised £8 in donations.

 
     
 

George, Year 1, took some Pebble Pets and collected

donations at home and from his Dad's employees.

He has worked hard and raised over £40. Great work George!

 
     
 
Thank you to Jessica, Year 1. Jessica has made some Pebble Pets for the Bazaar.
 
     
 

Anya (Year 2), with the help of her Grandad, took a collection from the anglers at

Langwith Lakes, raising £150. The family are busy thinking of other ways they can help.

Thank you so much Anya and make sure you say thank you to your Grandad too!

 
     
 
The Richardson Family are all working hard to raise money. There is a Casino Night planned for 4th May (see posters around school) and Mr Richardson is organising a Charity Bike Ride from York to Riccall and back - details to follow. Clover dance & drama school have a show planned for the end of May and all proceeds will go to Jamie's Appeal. Posters will be in school soon.
 
       
 

Year 3 made a donation of £92.31

to Jamie's Appeal.

This was money they made from their

Apprentice Challenge Project last term.

Thank you Year 3.

         
 

On Sunday 22nd April Max, Harry and Ruben ran 'Round the block' in Heslington -10k - collecting money. Thank you to all the people that sponsored them. So far they have collected over £150.

Well done boys!

 
         
 

         
 

Last term Year 4 took part in a Logo Design Competition held by GMI Construction, who are working on the new University Campus construction site. They have kindly donated £100

of the money that they won for their designs to Jamie's Appeal. Thank you very much Year 4.