Date Posted... May 12th 2020

Boarders’ Challenge 75

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.

Challenges included:

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!