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The Hall bi-annually raises money for the ‘Genes for Jeans’ Charity. All the monies raised on Jeans for Genes Day provide grants for day-to-day support, equipment, nursing and patient support services, and events which bring together affected children and their families who have genetic disorders. Everyone, staff and children, wear their denim in exchange for a pound donation.
Children and staff at The Hall wear denim on a nominated day in support of Jean for Genes Day. Everyone gives a donation to support the work of charity that aims to transform the lives of children with genetic disorders. All the funds raised go to the vital care and support they urgently need. There are more than 6,000 genetic disorders - more than 30,000 babies are diagnosed each year. The day begins with a special assembly where the children watch a thought provoking film about children affected by a genetic condition. Recently, we found out about a young boy called Tom with Cockayne Syndrome, an accelerated ageing condition. As the older children reflected they commented, “It is so important to remember how lucky we are.” Each person wears their charity stickers with pride. The School Council counts all the monies and we are able to send money to the Charity.