Pupils went barefoot for charity

IT was a sight you don’t expect to see in Frodsham – school children going home barefooted.
But the pupils at Frodsham Manor House School who went home barefooted on the last day of term were just thinking about youngsters who live in poverty in other parts of the world and how they have to walk to and from school without adequate footwear.
The school was marking end of its time as an expert global learning centre – a role with an 18-month limit.
Pupils collected an amazing 233 pairs of shoes to send to charity Sal’s Shoes, who send used children’s shoes to those who need them worldwide.
Most were black school shoes.
Assistant head teacher Naomi Anstice said: “We were overwhelmed by the number of shoes the children donated. We expected half-a-dozen pairs per class but had a phenomenal response.
“Well done Team Manor!”

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