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Caulfield Grammar School 2012 Fundraising

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On Friday 31st August Jeffrey Richards and Sally Cordner were invited to the Junior School Malvern Campus of Caulfield Grammar for their assembly. Both were aware that the students had been involved in some fund raising activities however, there was an air of secrecy about it. With great anticipation, Jeffrey and Sally took their seats in front of all the students from Prep to Year 6 and waited for a very special moment to arrive.

On Friday 31st August Jeffrey Richards and Sally Cordner were invited to the Junior School Malvern Campus of Caulfield Grammar for their assembly. Both were aware that the students had been involved in some fund raising activities however, there was an air of secrecy about it. With great anticipation, Jeffrey and Sally took their seats in front of all the students from Prep to Year 6 and waited for a very special moment to arrive.

The Social Committee representatives from year 6 came forward to welcome their guests, as they always so warmly have, and then proceeded to announce that the students had raised $10,643.70 for the Denzil Sprague Pichey Rangsey School near Phnom Penh with whom Caulfield Grammar, Malvern Campus has a strategic alliance.

It was indeed a very special moment for the team at Humanitus and the Denzil Sprague Pitchey Rangsay School and both parties were overwhelmed with the extraordinary results that these students had achieved. They had held a House General Knowledge Competition from which they asked for sponsors, so not only were the students involved but parents and friends as well. Also, the students had held a Football day for all students where they were allowed to wear their favourite 'footy' team clothes or colours to school and bring along a gold coin donation.

This effort had far exceeded any single fund raising initiative through Humanitus and we cannot express our gratitude enough to the students, staff, families and friends at the Malvern Campus, Caulfield Grammar School who are continuing to improve the lives and learning opportunities of their counterparts at the Denzil Sprague Pichey Rangsey school.

The money raised will allow the very successful and imperative health program at the school to continue and flourish. It will enable more bicycles and uniforms to be purchased to enhance both accessibility to the school and pride in wearing a uniform. The money will also allow excursions to take place for the students to learn about their community, culture and heritage and will also provide solar power, along with audio visual equipment which will improve the technology within the school and their ability to communicate with the wider world and their friends at Caulfield Grammar via a much anticipated video link.

On Friday 31st August Jeffrey Richards and Sally Cordner were invited to the Junior School Malvern Campus of Caulfield Grammar for their assembly. Both were aware that the students had been involved in some fund raising activities however, there was an air of secrecy about it. With great anticipation, Jeffrey and Sally took their seats in front of all the students from Prep to Year 6 and waited for a very special moment to arrive.

The Social Committee representatives from year 6 came forward to welcome their guests, as they always so warmly have, and then proceeded to announce that the students had raised $10,643.70 for the Denzil Sprague Pichey Rangsey School near Phnom Penh with whom Caulfield Grammar, Malvern Campus has a strategic alliance.

It was indeed a very special moment for the team at Humanitus and the Denzil Sprague Pitchey Rangsay School and both parties were overwhelmed with the extraordinary results that these students had achieved. They had held a House General Knowledge Competition from which they asked for sponsors, so not only were the students involved but parents and friends as well. Also, the students had held a Football day for all students where they were allowed to wear their favourite 'footy' team clothes or colours to school and bring along a gold coin donation.

This effort had far exceeded any single fund raising initiative through Humanitus and we cannot express our gratitude enough to the students, staff, families and friends at the Malvern Campus, Caulfield Grammar School who are continuing to improve the lives and learning opportunities of their counterparts at the Denzil Sprague Pichey Rangsey school.

The money raised will allow the very successful and imperative health program at the school to continue and flourish. It will enable more bicycles and uniforms to be purchased to enhance both accessibility to the school and pride in wearing a uniform. The money will also allow excursions to take place for the students to learn about their community, culture and heritage and will also provide solar power, along with audio visual equipment which will improve the technology within the school and their ability to communicate with the wider world and their friends at Caulfield Grammar via a much anticipated video link.

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