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Ryders Hayes prides itself on regularly being involved in the local community. During the last year Ryders Hayes pupils and staff have been involved in a variety of projects and events.

Here are just some of the things we have been involved in so far.

In October Year 6 visited the Houses of Parliament for a tour of the building and also had the pleasure of meeting our local MP Wendy Morton. The children were very intrigued to find out how Parliament worked and enjoyed asking Wendy about her role.

We also welcomed Wendy Morton back into school as part of ‘Votes for Women’ and she spoke to Year 4 about the history of the vote in our country, as well as seeing what the children were doing as part of the Centenary commemorations for World War One.

As part of our Harvest celebrations, Year 6 children delivered food items to the elderly in the local area and took food parcels out to their homes. The children also collected items for the local foodbank.

In November the whole school stood for two minutes’ silence to mark Remembrance for the year. All children were able to visit our new Memorial garden in school.

Please see our Facebook Page for a video of the event.

Many children also attended the cenotaph in Pelsall, to commemorate with the rest of the village on Remembrance Sunday.

Also in November, the children in Y6 organised a MacMillan cake sale to raise money for the MacMillan cancer charity. Many parents and friends of Ryders Hayes attended and we managed to raise £716.

In December Ryders Hayes, Y4 children attended the Christingle Service at St Michael’s Church. This was attended by the local schools in the area.

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