Archie’s Angels are fundraising for Archie Ramshaw’s Bone Marrow Transplant in London, to cover associated living costs for Archie’s family for up to 6 months while undergoing treatment, to include travel expenses, food and long term care following discharge from hospital.
The Angels will be running the King’s Lynn – GEAR 10k run on the 6th May 2018 at 10:45.
Archie is finally looking towards a bone marrow transplant this year after waiting for so long. To help raise awareness and support, a gofundme account has been created which will support Archie and his family through the difficult times ahead.
To join the campaign click on the image above or follow the link below.
Pupils, staff, parents and carers from across 22 academies joined together at ATT’s third pupil awards on 7th December 2017 in a ceremony hosted by Diversity’s Jordan Banjo.
Over 80 pupils were rewarded for achievements in twelve award categories including academic excellence, charity fundraising, leadership and a new category for 2017 Further Education. Nominated by their teachers, pupils received their awards from Jordan and enjoyed a special event held to recognise their talents and achievements. Every winner was praised for their dedication, conscientiousness and inspiring attitude towards life and learning.
The awards also included performances from Bristnall Hall and Caldmore Primary Academy choirs and a solo performance from our Creativity Award Secondary winner Abbie Aleksic.
Through the awards, the ATT family recognise and celebrate pupils who have been courageous in transforming their lives, ambitious in achieving their goals and relentless in demonstrating exceptional personal qualities. By working closely with our family of academies, ATT aims to give every child the best chance in life and these awards show how, with our support, pupils are striving to be the best they can be.
Now that the winter is here, along with the cold dark nights. NHS Blood and Transplant campaign in East Anglia to boost blood stocks over the Christmas period.
Archie was interviewed in Norwich on the same morning he was admitted to St Mary’s in London for 3 days of various operations in preparation for a bone marrow transplant. During those 3 days in hospital Archie will receive an emergency blood transfusion.
Click on the image below to see the report and watch the video.