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Charity Work at Tudor

Tudor Helping Good Causes 

Tudor Primary School does our best in assisting and thinking of others, one way in which we do this is by raising money for charity. Our aim is to encourage children to develop their Social Moral Spiritual and Cultural through exciting fundraising ideas and activities where they work together and the school comes together as a community. We are hoping this will encourage a lot of innovative and creative thinking by our children!


The pupils at Tudor enjoy raising money and dressing up at themed events. We have dress up in spots day for Children In Need, Red nose day, stay in your pyjamas for Pyjamarama day, wear your Christmas Jumper for Save the Children and wear as many numbers you can for NSPCC Number day!


We also work with the Felix project. The Felix Project collects fresh, nutritious food that cannot be sold. They deliver this surplus food to schools and charities so they can provide healthy meals and help the most vulnerable in our society. We are lucky to have the Felix Project visit us every Thursdays for some great healthy food and recipes! 

Why not check out our gallery for all the charity events that take place at Tudor by clicking on the link below: