Phoebe’s Godmother, Catherine Harris, is a teacher at Floreat Montague Park Primary School. Catherine decided to organise ‘Phoebe’s Day’ to raise vital funds in support of her goddaughter, Phoebe, who is currently under going treatment for osteosarcoma. Phoebe was diagnosed in November 2020, with osteosarcoma in her leg at just 12-years-old. Now, April 2021 Phoebe has just finished cycle 3 of chemotherapy and has 3 cycles left.

The school were fundraising all week by collecting at the gates and on the final day of term, before Easter, they held lots of fun-filled fundraising activities throughout the day!

Take a look below at some of the brilliant things everyone got up to!

Non-uniform day

Staff coffee morning and bake sale

(Congratulations to Mrs Rose! Who won first prize for her Easter cinnamon bread!)

School Council raised funds by organising their own stalls

(Design an Easter Egg, Name the Teddy Bear, Biscuit Making and Mystery Boxes are just some of the amazing ideas from the children on the school council.)

A pie in the face for three lucky staff with the most children’s votes

A new Jellycat Frog Prize Draw for one lucky child

Kate Connor, Community Fundraising Manager at the Bone Cancer Research Trust, said:

We can't thank the school and everyone who was involved enough, they raised an incredible £1,053.79 of life-saving funds and looked to have a great time whilst doing so too!

Catherine hasn't stopped there either... She is also doing her own challenge by running 100km and cycling 100km throughout April! If you would like to go and support her, click below.