Year 9 students at Louth Academy Upper Site with some of the food donated by the Academy to Louth Community Larder. Pictured are Ruby Fox and Charles Hills with Principal Philip Dickinson.
Louth Academy students have been working hard to support those less fortunate this Christmas by raising money and food donations for both the local Food Bank and Save The Children.
Students at both Academy sites have donated generously to Louth Community Larder, collecting two full trollies of food to help those in need within the local community through a non-uniform day. They also participated in Save The Children Christmas Jumper Day raising £478 through student and staff donations.
Philip Dickinson, Principal of Louth Academy, said: “Everyone at Louth Academy is delighted to be participating in some wonderful charitable events this Christmas.
“The Louth food bank supports a number of families in the local area and we are extremely proud to be able to pass on a donation of money and two full trollies of food to try and help those in need within the local community.
“Fostering positive links between Louth Academy and the wider community is essential for us as an Academy and we are actively encouraging students to participate and appreciate the importance of positive community involvement.
“The Christmas jumper day raised £478 for Save The Children and we are also thrilled to pass on such a generous offering on behalf of the staff and students at Louth Academy.”
Pictured at Louth Lower Site taking part in Save The Children Christmas Jumper Day and a collection for Louth Community Larder are Year 7 students (l-r) Bethany Hook, Blake Wheatley, Mya Hudson, Summer Scott and Oliver Parrinder. They are pictured with Principal Philip Dickinson and Vice Principal Rob Colbert.
Louth Academy Takes part in Save The Children Christmas Jumper Day and also collects for the local food bank, Louth Community Larder. Pictured at the Upper site are Year 9 students (l-r) Sammie Ingamells, Lennon Dovey, William Shearer, Amy Broxholme, Charles Hills and Ruby Fox, with members of staff, including Principal Philip Dickinson (centre, back).