On Friday 30th January 2015, Kingsbury High School held a quiz night to raise money for the Save the Children Ebola Appeal.
Members of staff, students, parents, governors and the local community were invited to enjoy the event which, along with the quiz, also included music performances by Sixth Form students and a raffle prize draw.
Supporting the evening with generous donations of vouchers, food and prizes were local businesses Nandos, Wiseman & Ashley Opticians, JJ Moon’s, Boots, Saracens, Wembley Stadium, Snap Fitness, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Pizza Hut, and Marks & Spencer.
The event, organised by Head of Student Development, Ms Sarah Purtill and Sixth Form students, Zoe Yerolemou and Naren Kondhia, was a huge success and the school raised an impressive £1,850 for the Save the Children Ebola Appeal.
Zoe in Year 13 said “We chose Save the Children as our charity because one of the most heart-breaking facts about Ebola is that those who have it are unable to be comforted by their loved ones and no child deserves this fate.
“It was a successful night that really expressed the strength of our community to support such a worthy cause.”