KIND hearted West Cheshire College students put their course work to good use to raise more than £200 for the charity UNICEF.
As part of their ‘working with others’ key skills qualification, students on BTEC First Diploma in Health and Social Care course at the Handbridge Campus decided to devote an entire day to raising money for the cause.
Their fundraising activities included being sponsored to wear pyjamas all day, a cake sale, guess how many sweets in the jar and a food hamper raffle.
Teacher Stephanie Garret said: “All the students worked really hard and put a lot of energy and imagination into their fundraising challenge. We’re delighted to have raised £217.68 for UNICEF, which is our chosen charity for the year.
“We’re going to continue working hard to fundraise for the cause all year to support UNICEF in providing medical equipment and promoting global health awareness.”