Last week was Seward’s turn to take the lead in their fund-raising and so their local charity, Midland Air Ambulance, took centre stage.

The week was as hectic as all Seward House Weeks. There were numerous student-led fund-raising stalls, selling pic’n mix and homemade cakes. In addition, there were dodgeball competitions, sponsored walks, cake decorating, gardening, move shows and sponsored walks.

The Midland Air Ambulance team came into schools and brought a helicopter with them which students got to sit in and then speak to staff about the work they do.

Perhaps the biggest headlines came from ‘The Masked Singer’ homage which saw teachers go on stage under heavy disguise and sing their hearts out. The popular winner was Miss Stone singing ‘Let It Go’.

Matt Allman, Headteacher, said: “The Seward House team did an amazing job and it was wonderful to see the seriousness of the charity and their work married with the madcap mayhem of ‘The Masked Singer’. The mix of laughter and fun, alongside compassion and awareness, is exactly what we as a school seek to achieve. Huge thanks to everyone involved in this HUGE success.”