Twyford pupils break school rules to raise money

The children of Twyford School recently enjoyed a great day breaking rules to raise funds for the PTA Committee.

Friday, 31st May 2019, 2:59 pm
Twyford pupils raise money by breaking the rules!

The children of Twyford School recently enjoyed a great day breaking rules to raise funds for the PTA Committee.

The village Church of England primary school, situated in the heart of rural North Buckinghamshire, held a "Break the Rules Friday" where pupils could donate 50p to break a rule.

Judging by the amount raised, there were certainly plenty of rebels on hand to take advantage of the offer!

Twyford pupils eat crisps, wear trainers and show-off their nail polish - all against the rules!

Rules broken included, wearing trainers, wearing nail polish, having funky hairstyles, not wearing a tie, eating crisps at break-time and having temporary tattoos. Pupils could also bring their favourite toy to school.

Over £180 was raised, which equates to over 360 rules being broken! Alas it certainly appears to have been a popular fund-raiser with the children – and apparently with some of the staff too!

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