Anti-bullying singer-songwriter and Gables Farm visit students’ assembly

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Lottee Brown and Gables Farm visit

Former Britain’s Got Talent contestant Lottee Brown and Gables Farm visit received a visit from anti-bullying singer-songwriter, Lottee Brown, who sang for students from Year 8 to 11. Lottee and her mum travel the country, visiting schools and talking about the impact bullying can have on young people.

Lottee, who is just 15 and raises money for charity, sang her own song, ‘Stronger’, and reduced members of the watching assembly to tears. Lottee and her mum hailed the work done by anti-bullying charity Bullying UK, and Lottee later tweeted that was the best school she has visited on the tour!

The school was also visited by Cheese, a rescue dog from Gables Farm Dogs and Cats home, to receive a cheque worth £651.36.

This money was raised by holding a cake sale in the school’s main hall in February and a non-uniform day.  Staff and students also donated food, bowls, blankets and other produce to Gables Farm. Students Isabelle Knight-Foster and Faith Rogers were present to hand over the cheque, having organised and helped with the fundraising effort.

Cheese was very relaxed throughout the visit, and was happy to pose for photos with Gables Farm staff member Carrie and a number of students.