What are Mini Vinnies?
Please have a look at the powerpoint below.
Mini Vinnies Leaders
Mrs Balk and Mrs Worsley lead our Mini Vinnies in school. They meet fortnightly and decide which charities they would like to support during the year. They also make links with our local community and help others in need.
The Mini Vinnies helped to organise a non uniform day where everyone could dress in pink, purple and blue. Over £100 was raised for the Cancer Research charity.
Mini Vinnies visit to St. John Southworth
Some children from the Mini Vinnies visited St. John Southworth school to join with a group there sharing experiences of collective worship.
Anointing of the Sick
The Mini Vinnies attended the Anointing of the Sick service. They did a wonderful job helping to serve the lunch and tidy away afterwards.
Please look below at the powerpoint presentation made and presented by our Mini Vinnies at Fisher More
Mini Vinnies visit to Fisher More - report by Amelia, Matthew and Eleanor
The Mini Vinnies held a bake sale to raise money to help the refugee families who have recently arrived in the local area, several of the families are expecting babies soon. They made £44.50.
Additionally, they are collecting baby clothing and items for this cause.
Mini Vinnies, ECool Club and Choir visit to Cravenside.
The Minnie Vinnies, members of the ECOol Club and the school choir visited Cravenside, where they delivered gifts for the residents and sang a selection of Christmas songs.
The Mini Vinnies visited Blessed Trinity High School in Burnley which was a joint event from Salford schools. The children shared ideas and examples of their successful projects and charity work. Father Firth also joined the group to celebrate mass at the end of the day.
Mini Vinnies visit to Leeds Cathedral
A group of children from the school Mini Vinnie group travelled to Leeds Cathedral to attend a special recommissioning mass with other Mini groups from schools in the Leeds Diocese.
Mini Vinnies Non Uniform Day for the Air Ambulance
The Mini Vinnies held a non uniform day in school to raise money for the air ambulance. The children could choose to dress either in green and yellow or as a doctor or nurse. £135 was raised which will help to support the important work the air ambulance does in getting sick and injured people to hospital as quickly as possible in difficult to reach areas.
Mini Vinnies Bake Sale
The Mini Vinnies held a bake sale in school to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support. They raised an amazing £86.85. Well done!