Writhlington Sixth Form students were feeling the love this month as they delivered almost two hundred red roses to unexpecting students and teachers in class.
Students at the Dragonfly Sixth Form carried out the Writhlington tradition of spreading love over valentine’s, selling roses for delivery in aid of charity. Students throughout the school had the opportunity to buy roses for friends and admirers to be delivered in class during the last day of term.
Head of drama James Moore said:
‘It is always quite embarrassing getting one in front of your class, especially when you get as many as I do. The students love trying to find out who sent it to them at break and lunch and there is a real jovial atmosphere.
Students have raised £373.30 for Teenage Cancer Trust and Frontiers Sloth Conservation in Costa Rica.