St Ives Wears Hats for Charity

On Friday 27th March students and staff at St Ives School all dusted off their headwear to take part in Brain Tumour Research’s ‘Wear A Hat Day’.

The charity event is the largest Brain Tumour Awareness event in the UK: it is intended to increase awareness about brain tumours, but also to raise money for long-term research into a cure.

The students were all extremely enthusiastic participants: a wide range of weird and wonderful hats were paraded around the school, including gnome hats, sombreros and one hat that looked a shark!

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The event had special significance for the school community, and it was an incredible opportunity for all of the students and staff to show their support.

There were prizes for the best hats, chocolate eggs, which were enthusiastically received by the winners. The event raised in excess of £1209 for Brain Tumour Research.

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