Mrs Mulready and Mr Copeland challenged our boarding community to celebrate the bank holiday by completing ‘Challenge 75’, in the hope that the challenge would bring a sense of togetherness and distraction, whilst also raising money for a good cause.
From running and baking to letters of kindness and positive thoughts, the boarding community came together in their challenges and have already raised an amazing £775 for the NHS.
o Mrs Howe and Ellie baking 75 rock road and 75 cupcakes for a local homeless charity
o Mrs Howe also included the 75 in her work out on Saturday, doing 75 of each exercise
o Ms Fiol writing down 75 things she is grateful for during lockdown
o The Mulready family ran 75 miles collectively
o Mrs Copeland cycled 75 km
o Mr Copeland, Harry and Charlie die another 75km cycle collectively
o Mr Hatfield chopped and donated 75 logs to a local homeless family
o Owen Howe did 75 penalty saves (saving 44 of them)
o Mrs Wood donated 75 items to a local refuge
o Bella Mulready did 75 cartwheels
o Sebastian Mulready did 75 trampoline bounces
o 75 macaroons baked for essential workers
o 75 000 steps (between two boarders)
o 75 cupcakes
o 75 sofa deadlifts
o 75 letters of kindness to care homes for the elderly
o 75 fencing lunges
o 75 positive thoughts in 75 different languages
o 75km bike ride completed by James and his brother Stephen
An amazing effort from everyone, well done!