Rochester Grammar School aims high and raises over £5000 for the Kent, Surrey, Sussex Air Ambulance
On 22nd May 2019 students from Rochester Grammar School presented representatives from the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance with a cheque for £5,795.31 raised from the school’s ninth annual charity dance show, Flair.
Over 80 students worked to coordinate choreography, performance, set production and advertising to produce the spectacular show. The theme this year was focused entirely on iconic movies with varied and exciting choices of music.
Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance is an independent charity which operates solely through donations received, and is known for its innovations to improve the care that it can give.
Jo Wadey, Interim Head of School at Rochester Grammar School said
“I am so proud of the students and the relentless attitudes that they have displayed in ensuring the show was nothing less than exceptional. I was thrilled to present the cheque to the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance today.”
Stuart Gardner, CEO at Thinking Schools Academy Trust said
“What a fantastic achievement for all those involved and such a brilliant charity for all the funds raised to go towards. Every donation is vital and we are very proud of our students’ hard work to raise funds for such a worthy cause.”