Evelyn’s Crazy Hat and Hair Day Success

A student from Wyvern House has raised over £200 for Children in Need through a crazy hat and hair day.

Children in Need is a charity close to Evelyn’s heart so she wanted to do something to support the cause as well as having fun with her classmates and staff.

Evelyn took on all the organising of the event herself and on the day she sported bright red curly hair. Her Lecturer, Sarah Lucie said “Evelyn is a born organiser and we are so proud to see how well the event went and how it lifted the spirits of everyone in the college centre in Hillingdon.”

Evelyn said “It has been a difficult time for everyone recently and I wanted to do something that was fun and for a good cause. It was a great day!”.

As a result of outstanding teaching, over time students make excellent progress and develop the knowledge and skills they need to achieve their goals.
Ofsted November 2019

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