The Mustard Seed Project is delighted to be hosting this celebration and all are welcome. Whether you attended the school yourself or have past, present or future JPS pupils, we hope you’ll join us to look back at schooling in 1967, and look to the future as we spread our peacock feathers and support children in Uganda to access an education.
Lots of local community groups and local businesses will be coming along to help us celebrate, and the Friends of JPS will be introducing the new play equipment that they’ve fundraised for. There’ll be a raffle, cake, dancing and balloons (it is a birthday party after all!) and we’ll be unveiling the JPS Mustard Seed Pebble River, which primary pupils have designed and decorated.
So please come and join us on Saturday 30th September from 1pm to 5pm at James Peacock School on Manor Park. Entry costs £1 for adults (children go free), with proceeds set to fund a shipping container to take school equipment to Tisai primary school at the end of the year.
The photo shows Tisai primary children wearing yellow polo shirts which Dawn Ellingham Martin fundraised for on behalf of the Mustard Seed Project. As the logo says, ‘A small seed can go a long way’.