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Author: Agent Raimes

NoWasteNovember at JAGS

Throughout the month of November, JAGS took part in #NoWasteNovember. Pupils were asked to make an eco pledge for the month and there was also a school-wide clothes swap to promote sustainability. Here are two accounts from pupils about the pledges they made. Aamaal, Year 12 My eco pledge this month was to start walking […]

Plastic Free Snack Chart!

Throughout half term, I have been doing a chart. It is about plastic used to wrap our snacks. Plastic is really effecting our world, so I decided to try and make a difference in my class / JAPS. If you bring in a plastic-free snack for 4 days you get a prize (such as a […]

JAPS Roots & Shoots charity News

At James Allen’s Prep school, we are always so proud of our girls when they take their own initiatives to help others. Two of our girls, Freya Turner-Webster and Ella Brooks, organised and  held a sale over half term to raise money for Shelter (the charity to help homeless people). They sold brownies and cupcakes […]

Founder’s Day 2018

We would like to thank the Parents’ Association for all their help in making our Founder’s Day such a success. Huge thanks to everyone for all their hard work and support, and for arranging the amazing weather! Founder’s Day was a fantastic whole school occasion and the girls all thoroughly enjoyed taking part in their […]

Crazy Hair Day – Anika Vijaypurkar

To raise money for a charity called the Peckham Sponsors Refuges our school organised a Crazy Hair Day. On Friday15th of June everyone was allowed to have crazy hair if they brought in a pound for the charity. Lots of people were wearing wigs or had died their hair in a plethora of colours. Everyone’s […]

Another Successful Fundraiser

On the 7th of December 2017, Zeyna, Inaya and Roxie (from James Allen’s Prep School, and Queens College, London) raised £68.32 for Venessa Moss Memorial Fund for “Solving Kid’s Cancer UK” by selling brownies and bracelets. They made their own brownies, designed and made their own bracelets, and put together a lucky dip! Fantastic initiatives, girls!