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Caped crusaders in Peckham raise money for Children In Need

 

Caped crusaders from Mary Magdalene primary school in Peckham came to the rescue of Children in Need last week as they held a fancy dress fundraising day at the school on Friday.

Then on Monday it was the school’s turn to be in the spotlight as Spanish teacher, Marina Saez, accepted the International School Award from the British Council – a badge of honour for schools that do outstanding work in international education through links overseas.

On hearing the news that St Mary Magdalene had received the award, head teacher, Jenny Parris, said: “Achieving the International Schools Award has many benefits for the whole School Community.  In particular, it provides the children with a window into different cultures and countries, preparing them for life in a global society.”

 

Mary Magdalene's Spanish teacher, Marina Saez, accepted the International School Award from the British Council
Mary Magdalene’s Spanish teacher, Marina Saez, accepted the International School Award from the British Council
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