May 22nd is non-uniform day in school.
It is exactly one year since two South Shields teenagers, Chloe Rutherford and Liam Curry lost their lives in Manchester and our children have marked the day by wearing the colours of the Together Forever Trust – pink and blue. Staff also took part.
Children have brought in a pound to wear pink and/or blue and some of them paid another pound for a Together Forever pen and/or an armband . Children knew all about the way the trust was trying to support children in both performance arts and sports and that their money would help other children through the trust.
Our assembly was not all Red with Harton Primary uniform today – pink and blue was everywhere!
We raised £1000 – well done everyone! Thanks to pupils, parents and staff for their continued support.
If you would like to support the Together Forever Trust you can find more information on their facebook page – https://en-gb.facebook.com/ChloeAndLiamTogetherForever/