Charity Tag Archive

No “party poopers” at Pudsy’s party

Our recent Children in Need event proved (should it ever have been in doubt) that Wallace staff and pupils love some slapstick humour. A few aerosols of full fat cream, a handful...

We’re not Brazil, we’re Northern Ireland

The familiar lyrics of one of Northern Ireland’s football anthems may be for many the limits of their knowledge of all things Brazilian but for Wallace pupils the land of...

Asha Dinner #hope

On Friday the 30th September our Assembly Hall was transformed into a Dining Hall by a motivated and hardworking Asha team who were ably directed by our dedicated Maintenance...

A “royal” visit for Claire

It’s not every day you get an invitation from Earl Spencer but that is exactly what arrived in the Wallace post accompanied by a letter stating that Deputy Head Girl Claire...

Chic crop for Charis!

The Wallace Assembly Hall was packed to see the hotly awaited charity event of the half term. Mr Calvert’s magic touch with sound and lighting had generated a lively...

Mrs Elliott “chops” for Charity

Maths teacher Mrs Elliott is preparing to “lop her locks” for Macmillan Cancer Care in order to support two friends currently battling the disease, Mrs Jill Lockhart...

Charity and compassion…..not just for Christmas

As the end of term approaches Wallace pupils and staff can review with pleasure how the school has lived up to its founder’s legendary spirit of generosity. Central to the...

Wallace Launch #WHSKindness

This term we have been celebrating a wide variety of ‘random acts of kindness’. It is amazing just how frequently the Wallace community is quietly helping those around...

Wallace scale new heights!

We came, we saw, we conquered! Wallace scale new heights! Three staff members and ten pupils from the school’s charity committee needed nerves of steel over the Easter holidays...

Wanted….good head for heights

Wallace High School has been a supporter of Cancer Fund for Children for over 25 years but Sunday March 29th will see that support scale new heights. A team of pupils, mainly...