Selby College students raise vital funds for children in need



Students from a North Yorkshire college recently raised over £310 for the BBC’s Children in Need through their efforts.

From making their own Puddy Bear keyrings to Pajama Day and charity tournaments, Selby College students took a slew of initiatives to raise money for this year’s Children in Need.



Claire Lowry, guidance and support teacher at Selby College, said: “The students were all so eager to participate and even took it upon themselves to complete their own fundraising events and ideas. They were delighted to be able to support such a well-deserved charity.”

Using the college’s state-of-the-art laser cutting and engraving machinery, Level 3 engineering students designed and made Pudsey Bear keyrings that were available to staff and students to purchase.



Meanwhile, the college’s level 3 business students and level 2 plumbing students donated football match on college playground

Within the Department of Health, Social and Childcare, students also put on their pajamas and organized a teddy bear picnic.



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