Charity and Community

Queen's Green Canopy Project

To celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, we have taken part in 'The Queen's Green Canopy' project. Two trees were donated to the school by Leamington Rotary Club, who joined the children to plant the trees on the school field. We are looking forward to seeing these trees grow over the next few decades!

Red Nose Day

We had great fun wearing an item of red clothing and dancing in the Danceathon to raise money for Comic Relief! 

Christmas Jumper Day

Children and staff had lots of fun wearing Christmas jumpers and taking part in the chocolate tombola on 10th December to raise money for Save the Children. 


Thank you to Asda in Leamington and St Nicholas Church, Radford Semele, for donating all of the materials we needed for every child to make their own Christingle! Our Head Prefects, Iris, Scarlett and Sophie went to collect the oranges before handing them out in school. Children really enjoyed learning about the symbolism of the Christingle through a worship session led by Reverend Martin. 


Year 4 children attended a Christingle Service alongside lots of other schools at Coventry Cathedral. Some of the children read prayers and readings during the service.  

Children in Need

We raised £330 for Children in Need on Friday 19th November by wearing something spotty! We also took part in lots of fun games, organised by the Year 6 Prefects, for a donation of £1. 

We are very proud to have raised lots of money, which will help children all around the country. 

World Mental Health Day

On Friday 8th October, we recognised World Mental Health Day by wearing something yellow to show support and raise money for the Young Minds charity. Children took part in a range of activities to help them understand what we mean by mental health and how to take care of our mental health. 

Harvest Festival

We held our Harvest Festival on Friday 1st October. The children brought in a variety of food, toiletries and cleaning products, which were taken to Warwick District Foodbank. Year 3 lead our Harvest Festival at St Nicholas Church, where we gave thanks to God at Harvest time. 

Thank you to our families for your generous donations. 

Macmillan Coffee Morning

In September, the Year 6 prefects organised a whole-school cake sale to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. Children learnt about the work of this charity and felt strongly that we should support this great cause. 

Radford Semele C of E Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff, volunteers and parents to share this commitment.