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Priory pupils applauded for generosity

£110 raised for the NSPCC on Number Day, writes Jodie Doughty

Mrs Daubney has applauded the generosity of pupils at Priory Witham Academy following NSPCC Number Day.

And one Year 2 child was singled out for particular praise for emptying his money box.

As part of the day, children brought in an array of gold, silver and copper coins to create a mosaic.

As well as using the mosaic for a number of activities throughout the day, the money has been donated to the NSPCC, with children at the Priory Witham Academy raising £110.

A large helping of that was brought in by Callum in Year 2, who poured £11 worth of coins out on his teacher’s desk.

Miss Daubney said: “It was an excellent day all round. A lot of wonderful maths was happening in the classrooms and the children have been very generous.”