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Pupils spread joy through Operation Christmas Child

Posted on: 26 Nov 2014 by Weston Green School

Pupils spread joy through Operation Christmas Child

Pupils at Weston Green have proudly donated gift-filled shoeboxes to Operation Christmas Child.

Children from the school’s Kindergarten class up to Year 6, brought in shoeboxes filled with gifts for girls and boys, which will be delivered to children in need, in more than 100 countries, across six continents.

Operation Christmas Child is the world’s largest children’s Christmas project, run by Christian relief and development organisation, Samaritan’s Purse.

Mr Mike Harrison, Headteacher at Weston Green, said “We are delighted to have supported Operation Christmas Child and Samaritan’s Purse again this year and our pupils have all enjoyed making their donations, in the knowledge that they are bringing joy to other children.”

“The children really benefit from understanding the needs of people less fortunate than themselves and should feel proud to have supported such an important cause at Christmas time.”

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