Hatfield school benefits as pupils remember Mother’s Day
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Hatfield schoolchildren got into the spirit of Mothering Sunday by buying gifts in a sale to raise funds for their school.
The parent teacher association at Hatfield Community Free School in Briars Lane organised a sale on Friday, offering children the chance to show their appreciation of their mothers.
Organiser Melissa Moss of Martin Close, whose eight-year-old daughter Teagan attends the school, said: “It went really smoothly.
“This is the second time the parents have run a sale.”
The children bought presents such as candle holders, plaques with affectionate messages, chocolates, and flowers.
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Thanks to the money raised, the association will be able to provide blazers to all pupils in Year Five.
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