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We support the East Grinstead Food Bank through donations of groceries as part of our Harvest Festival Celebrations. 


Children In Need

BBC Children in Need is the BBC's UK charity. Since 1980 it has raised over £600 million to change the lives of disabled children and young people in the UK.  The children dress up and raise vital funds.

Our November 2023, "Be spotacular!" non-uniform day  raised £130 for BBC Children in Need! 

Children in Need set to benefit from school non-uniform day – Giles Academy

Comic Relief

On Friday 19th March, the school raised £220 for Red Nose Day by wearing their own clothes to school. This fundraising will go towards supporting children and families around the world.

Comic Relief seeks evaluation of its Tech vs Abuse grants programme | UK  Fundraising


Poppy Appeal

This fundraising campaign is held every year in November, the period of Remembrance. Children have the opportunity to give a donation, wear a poppy or buy children's merchandise to raise vital funds to help the Armed Forces community.

The Royal British Legion logoOur Year 6's did a fantastic job this November taking the poppies and the collection box around to all the classes on a daily basis and we raised the amazing amount of £151.34!




Our School Council wanted to help the people of the Ukraine fleeing conflict so Year 6 organised a cake sale on Friday 11th March 2022 and raised almost £300 which has been donated to the DEC's Ukrainian Humanitarian Appeal.

Children's choice

The School Council chooses a charity to support that they, or their classes, have a personal connection with. In Summer 2021, the children have chosen to support endangered animals through WWF by raising money to adopt a different endangered animal for each class.

July 5th - 9th 2021 was Charity Week with lots of exciting activities happening: a car wash, a scooter / bike wash, cake sale and open gallery of art work. We raised an amazing £563!

World Wildlife Fund | Land Portal