Supporting charities

As a Faith school  we  keep the Catholic Social teachings are at the heart of our school community. This common vision and sense of belonging to a wider community highlights the diversity of people’s needs. It encourages the children to think about their social and moral responsibility in community engagement and allows them to make a positive contribution.

Each week all children, staff and parents have a spiritual focus based on the Gospel message. Children are made aware that each small act of kindness is an act of love. Each of these acts, though small on an individual scale, put together can make a difference to others.

This programme of responding to need emphasises our mission of 'Loving and Learning', brings the school into contact with the wider community, either in the contribution the school makes or the partnerships that are formed. Through our focus on the Catholic Social teaching, it is an expectation that each person in the school community grows as an individual and in their relationships with other people making them better world citizens.

At St. Gregory’s we do at lot of fundraising for many different charities. Children and staff are aware that all the fundraising we do can make a difference to people’s lives. We are making a positive contribution to the community by spreading our kindness and love.

The charities that we are involved with are:

  • Poppy Appeal (November appeal)
  • Good Shepherd Appeal (Lenten collection)
  • Headways, Black Country (Wear a hat day)
  • Black Country food bank (Harvest donations)
  • Save the Children (Christmas jumper appeal)
  • Epilepsy Society 
  • Downs Syndrome Association (fund raiser party and disco)

These are just a few of the charities that we try and raise funds for, there are also others throughout the year. We will be asking the Mission team to lead on the charities we raise money for this year.

There are many different ways in which we try to raise money for charities including Mufti/Fancy Dress Days, Harvest Festivals, Sports eg. obstacle course, skipping, football matches, collection boxes at Christmas productions, Christmas card posters and Money boxes. 


Save the children Christmas jumper day Friday 8th December 2023 The Mini Vinnie group are promoting jumper day this year to support the charity Save the children. All staff and pupils are asked to make a voluntary donation via schoolgateway/schoolcomms and wear a jumper of their choice with their uniform on Friday 8th December 2023.

Harvest 2023

Thank you to everybody who supported our Harvest celebration on 26th October 2023. We were very lucky to have a collective worship led by Brian Martin from CAFOD. The Mini Vinnies are delighted to announce that £130 was raised from voluntary donations. The Mini Vinnie group are meeting this week to decide on which World gifts to purchase, they will take into consideration the preferences made by families when they make their final decision. 

Harvest 2022

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