Tag Archives: Fundraising

Charity Donations

Lourdes Secondary School prides itself on the charitable work and fundraising it does for some very worthwhile causes.  Recently we donated to Downs and Proud, Breast Cancer Research and the Brick by Brick appeal.  Huge congratulations to all involved with this.


Christmas Craft Makers Sale of Work!

Pupils from the ALN Provision will be selling handmade crafts including calendars, Christmas cards, decorations and guess the sweets in the jar! During interval and lunchtime in the SS hall on Wednesday 2nd December.  Profits to charity the Teapot Trust, a charity that provides Art therapy for chronically ill children.

Pupils Vs Staff Charity Football Match

Photos from the Charity Football Match are now available to view by clicking the photo below.  Huge Congratulations to all pupils and staff who took part and a special thank you to all pupils who supported the event in order to raise funds for Make a Wish Foundation. Final score 6-2.

Charity Football Match

Santa Dash – Friday 12th December 2014

Our Young Ambassadores for Sport in Lourdes Secondary are inviting all pupils to take part in a “Santa Dash” on Friday 12th December around the school.

The ‘Santa Dash’ is a fundraising event for the Brick-by-Brick appeal. Our aim is for every pupil to complete a short walk, jog or run and raise donations for our chosen charity.
There are many ways to take part:
• Buy a Santa hat for £2 to wear whilst taking part.
• Any pupil who raises £5 or more will be given the Santa hat for free.
• Pupils can wear their own Santa hat and make a donation on the day to participate.

All pupils are asked to wear a red top (no football tops). If your child wishes to get sponsored, please complete the attached form and return to the school with all sponsorship money on or before Friday 12th December.

Dannah McCallum and Anthony Grimley
(Young Ambassadors for Sport)

Game On Scotland Award

Education Scotland have awarded Lourdes Secondary School with the Game On Scotland Plaque for the Commonwealth Walk Challenge.

We are the first school in Glasgow to receive this award.

Klaus Mayer of Education Scotalnd and Scotland hockey player Holly Cram will be giving a presentation and awarding the plaque on Friday morning.

For more details of the award click here

Update: Cat and Dog Home Appeal

Just a huge thank you to all who donated blankets, towels, sheets, jackets,  food and toys to the Cat and Dog Home appeal. Some of the S3 and S5 girls visited the home this morning to deliver the donations. The staff wanted to extend their gratitude and appreciation and they commented on how large a donation we had collected.

Thanks again for your help and support with this appeal.

Wider Achievement Fundraising

Mr Peck’s Wider Achievement class are running a charity crossbar challenge to try and add to the amazing amount of money raised  via the Hint of Pink Day.

Its costs £1 for 2 goes at hitting the crossbar and if you are successful you win a chocolate bar and will be entered into a mystery prize draw.

The challenge will take place on the front astro pitch on Wednesday and Thursday lunch time this week.

You will be able to sign up for the challenge during morning interval on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this week.

Thank you, from Paul McCallum, Ryan Docherty and Kieren Sweeny-Ferrier.


During Fairtrade Fortnight, we received the good news that after submitting evidence of our various Citizenship themed activities, Lourdes Secondary had successfully renewed our Fairtrade School status!

Once again, a number of events took place in Lourdes Secondary during Fairtrade Fortnight 2013:

The Fairtrade Tuck Shop reappeared during several lunchtimes, selling a range of chocolate and fruit juice. With the help of members of the Eco School Committee and the Justice & Peace Group, almost £215 was raised to help support the producers and their families in Developing Countries; thanks to – Francesca Woulfe, Christie Jordan, Alannah Pollock and Mehrunisa Khan of S5, Sybaris Ali and Andrew Quinn  of S6 for their help.

The Fairtrade Big Brew saw over 50 staff enjoy a tea and coffee morning on Friday 8th of March where there were also Fairtrade biscuits and a raffle of Fairtrade products. As a result of this event, a cheque for £100 was sent to SCIAF.