Students from across the school are celebrating after working hard to bring in cash for charity.
Pupils made and sold cakes and badges to raise money for Comic Relief last week.
Their efforts paid off – pulling in £236.84 for the charity, which helps good causes at home and abroad.
Cakes were made by Year 9 student Hannah Parkes, with assistance from Anna Lockley, Haylee Glover and Lashae Munroe-Dinham.
Meanwhile Freya Anderson and Liberty Humphries, in Year 8, continued their regular fundraising efforts – this time selling badges, keyrings and raffle tickets to students and staff during break and lunch.
The raffle, for a delicious Easter hamper, was won by Simone Beavon in Year 8.
Mr Scott, who helps to co-ordinate student fundraising, said: “The girls always work really hard to raise money for charity. They should be really proud of the time and effort they put in to help good causes.”