Altruistic Juniors Support AgeUK this Christmas

Mince pies, biscuits and toiletries were just some of the special Christmas gifts generously donated to Age UK by Junior School pupils and their families.
Wrapped up warm, nine students with parents and staff collected the gift boxes together, loaded up the School minibus and delivered the seasonal offerings to Stockport AgeUK for local elderly residents.
Pupils, along with members of the CHS Junior School community also raised over £1000 for the cause at each performance of their Christmas productions.
The Infants performed their own nativity, ‘Tinsel and Tea-Towels’ and the Juniors brought to life festive film and family favourite, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory with their play ‘The Golden Ticket’.
Junior School Deputy Head, Mr Malcolm Johnson said: “It’s fantastic to see all the donations and once again our pupils and their families have shown amazing support to another very worthy cause. This collection reinforces a great lesson for the pupils, to learn to think about others, especially at Christmas time. A special thank you to all those who donated.”

Cheadle hulme school juniors carry their Christmas box hampers to the minibus for donation to Age UK Stockport