Our S1 pupils were served pancakes and hot chocolate by their S6 Buddies to raise money for the school charity. ...Read More
Supporting charities is an important part of the Hutchie ethos and every year pupils, parents and staff fundraise for a specific charity.
Every session pupils and staff at both Kingarth Street and Beaton Road are given the opportunity to nominate a charity for support. All nominations are reviewed by the School Charity Committee, which is made up of pupils, teachers and support staff, and together a decision is made on the selected charity for the session. In this way our pupil Charity Representatives are empowered to make meaningful decisions that will impact on the wider community. This year’s charity is the Scottish Charity Air Ambulance (SCAA).
Calum’s Cabin provide holiday homes in Scotland for children suffering from cancer and cancer-related diseases, allowing families to spend quality time together, make memories and recharge their batteries during a difficult time.
The Hospice provides palliative care and complementary support. It looks after the whole family after patient diagnosis including, relatives, carers, and friends, and has created support services in consultation with experts in the field, to create outstanding hospice care.
NetsforLife® empowers communities to eliminate malaria by providing life-saving prevention training and long-lasting insecticide-treated nets.
Michael’s Movers for Parkinson’s is a registered Scottish Charity which provides support for people with Parkinson’s Disease and also their careers.
Practical Action is an international development charity. It uses sustainable technology to challenge poverty and improve the lives of people worldwide.
After pupil Lauren Currie tragically died from Vasculitis at just 15, her parents set up a Foundation in her memory to raise awareness of the condition. The charity also produces guidance and support materials for patients, families and health professionals and funds vital scientific research.
Mary’s Meals aims to provide chronically hungry children with one meal every school day, encouraging education that can lift them out of poverty in later life.
Action Aid work with the poorest women and children in the world, changing their lives for good.It supports girls go to and stay in school, supports communities to end gender-based violence, and trains women in the skills they need to earn a living. The charity also helps women prepare for and recover from disasters.