I have no name 😢 Please enter our name the elf competition for just £1. All funds raised go towards our CLDF fund raiser !! Entry cards are at the school 😀 name will be chosen on Thursday 13th December 👍🏻👍🏻 ... See MoreSee Less
As part of our fundraising for CLDF and Alex Cooper’s marathon event, along side our sponsored no sleep over we will be holding a Christmas raffle. One of our talented mums Kate Colombo has donated a cut and blow and a gel polish in January worth almost £60. There will also be a second prize Christmas hamper. Tickets will be £2 a strip and will go on sale today at the school. If anyone has any other prizes they could donate we would be grateful. Winners will be drawn in the last week of term and can be collected on Friday 14th or Saturday 15th December. Let’s get this fundraiser going!! ... See MoreSee Less
WTS are holding a sponsored “NO Sleepover” with our senior dancers on Saturday 1st December. The money we raise is going to help an amazing family who are very special to WTS with their own fundraising for their chosen charity CLDF (Children’s Liver Disease Foundation).
If you would like to help us and them, please place any sponsor donations in an envelope in the post box in the hall. You can put your name on or make an anonymous donation. Any amount is appreciated however big or small.
If you are wondering why this charity is so important, here is why……..
At five weeks and three days old their daughter Imogen was diagnosed with a very rare liver disease called Biliary Atresia. At six weeks old she had to undergo life saving surgery. There is no cure for Biliary Atresia but Imogen has done amazingly well for the last 41/2 years. In April this year her condition entered the next stages and Imogen started her journey towards needing a liver transplant.
Imogen has spent much of October 2018 in and out of hospital and has recently become very poorly and her liver is not working as it should, and she is now being put forward for her liver transplant, so the journey has now become very real for Imogen and her family.
Imogen’s mum Alex has decided to do something positive at this hard time, so her and two of her friends Natasha and Lori have entered into the London Marathon to raise money to allow the CLDF to provide the support that families need whilst going through extremely tough times. They have already provided Alex and her family extensive help and continue to do so through Imogen’s journey.
Please join us in our fundraising and supporting the work that CLDF do so they can continue to help families like Imogen’s.
Not only has Imogen recently started dancing with us in our Tuesday ballet class, but her older sister has been part of WTS since the baby class and is now one of our festival students. We would love to be able to show our support as one big dance family. ... See MoreSee Less