This year, Year V have chosen to support Autism Awareness charity and raise funds for this worthwhile cause. Autism is a lifelong, developmental disability that affects how a person communicates with and relates to other people, and how they experience the world around them.
On Wednesday 25th April, year V had a onesie Wednesday where staff and children wore their nightclothes to school and donated £1 each to the charity. The reason behind this was to get everybody talking about this charity. Along with selling wristbands and badges and having a guess the name of the teddy bear competition, year V were able to get the whole academy talking about Autism and improving their understanding. Well done to Zara in III Warwick for winning the competition and well done to year V for raising a fantastic £207.19 for Autism Awareness.