The Primary 3 children from Strath of Appin have been working on a unit of study on Africa. They have been using Mary’s Meals’ website as a source of information, they also wrote to our Education Coordinator to find out more about Mary’s Meals and their work in Africa.
The children also took part in the Change Challenge for Mary’s Meals and presented the first 4 bottles they had filled to Speaker James Kelly when he called at the school to visit them. To date the children have collected £72 through the Change Challenge and have placed a large plastic bottle in the school entrance way for visitors to also help with their Change Challenge.
Well done to Primary 3 and the whole school community for their efforts and good luck with the Backpack Project which the school will be starting shortly.”
Strath of Appin was one of many schools to take part in the recent Argyll & Bute Mary’s Meals week. Thanks to all schools that participated.