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Sacred Heart School harvest raises hundreds

Camberwell’s Sacred Heart Catholic pupils presented a cheque for £273 to charity, raised through school fundraising events.

The group of Year Twelve pupils planned numerous Harvest fundraising and learning activities to include every student in Catholic international development charity, CAFOD’s Harvest appeal.

In October, the pupils, who are part of CAFOD’s young leadership programme, delivered an assembly to Year Seven and Nine about CAFOD’s work in Bolivia.

 

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