Thamesmead schools celebrate community projects

PUBLISHED: 14:07 18 July 2012

Four Thamesmead schools celebrate the completion of their projects

Four Thamesmead schools celebrate the completion of their projects


Four Thamesmead primary schools have shown off the projects they have completed thanks to a grant from Trust Thamesmead.

Hawksmoor in Bentham Road, Heronsgate, Whinchat Road, Linton Mead, in Central Way, and Jubilee, Crowden Way, all received £250 from the community organisation at the start of the school year.

Heronsgate pupils put their cash towards putting together a poetry book and creating carnival costumes for their summer fair.

CJ Peter-Kine, seven, said: “I really enjoyed making costumes for our carnival. We used lots of fabric and peacock feathers. The carnival was a lot of fun.”

Hawksmoor invested their funding in creating a family room.

Parent Anne-Marie Goldspring said: “This will make for happier and content parents and children, which can only benefit the school and the community.”

Linton Mead created photography and cook books while Jubilee filmed a documentary about past, present and future Thamesmead.

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