Clifton High School has a long tradition of helping others. Every year pupils organise different activities to raise money for charity and they also give their own free time to help others.
As well as taking part in different national events such as Children in Need, Red Nose Day or Jeans for Genes, pupils are often inventive in their ways of raising money and the organisations they support. We wear 'Wrong Trousers', endure Bad Hair for a day, wash cars, take part in talent shows or indulge in karaoke sessions. This year for example Year 10 taught the teachers 'Texting for beginners' and synchronised swimming. We support a wide range of charities including Motivation, Oxfam, Macmillan Cancer Support, CLIC.
We recently raised £5000 for 'Cancer Research UK' through different activities and also sent over £4000 to help those devastated by the earthquake in Haiti.