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                              Holy Trinity Infants School

The parents, teachers and children have done it again. In the short time since we last visited they have raised another £360. This is absolutely amazing for such a small school. They have managed to raise far more per child than any of the other schools who support us. You are making such a difference to our children at Miche Bora Primary School.

A great big thank you to you all from everyone in Mgongeni.

                                                                                          Updated February 2014

The children, staff and parents have achieved something really amazing for Miche Bora Primary School. Just 55 children have managed to raise the fantastic sum of £609. An absolutely incredible amount of money. The children made scones and dressed up as waiters and waitresses to serve parents and friends with afternoon tea and raised £500 for their efforts. They also collected Smartie tubes full of money to raise an additional £100.

What brilliant children and staff. A great big thank you from Mustard Seed Project and the children of Miche Bora Primary School.
                                                                                                        Updated July 2013

The children, staff and parents of Holy Trinity Infants School have again come up trumps. This time they have managed to raise £201.58 for bricks for a  classroom for our new school. This is equivalent to 672 bricks and when one classroom needs 993 bricks then you can see we are well on the way. A big thank you to everyone. You are making such a difference.

                                                                                              Updated February 2013

The children and staff of Holy Trinity Infants School in Southwell are enthusiastic supporters of Mustard Seed Project's school, Miche Bora. They have donated money from their harvest festival, collected money in a sweet jar and sold jewellery for us which came to a total of £223. 37. They also donated a laptop which is now being used in Kenya.

Perhaps best of all they made a book about themselves for us to take to Kenya. Our children in Kenya were absolutely delighted and have made one for Holy Trinity. Hopefully one day soon they will be able to have a conversation on Skype.


Well done and thank you Holy Trinity! You have made such a difference to our children in Kenya.

                                                                                                       Updated May 2011
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