Scroll to content
The Mount Stewart Schools home page

The Mount Stewart
Schools Federation

Charity Work

Entrepreneurship In Year 5 

Well done to Yanis, Saiyan, Eddie & Alexis in year 5 who applied their leadership skills when independently planning and organising a tuck-shop sale for charity.  It was lovely to see their families and Mount Stewart alumni siblings supporting their efforts.  The boys raised a total of £155.10 and selflessly donated the money they spend on start-up costs too. The donation will be shared between Unicef and Children with Cancer. 

NSPCC Number Day 2024


Collectively, we raised £324.45 on Number Day 2024, for the NSPCC  Speak out Stay safe programme, to help children understand what abuse is and what to do if they're scared or worried. Throughout the day the children across the federation were engaged in a range of number and math's activities where they applied their skills to a range of challenges.

Save The Children Christmas Jumper Day 2023.

We are thrilled to announce that our school community has once again demonstrated its incredible spirit of giving and compassion. This year, for the Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day, we managed to raise a fantastic total of £246.22! We had a great day filled with festive cheer and a sea of colourful jumpers.

Community Carols


The Mount Stewart Choir did an outstanding job singing Christmas Carols at Sainsbury’s Kenton to spread kindness in our local community and to raise money for the charity; Hope4Smile! A huge thank you to Sainsbury’s for providing the children with delicious treats after their wonderful performance! We raised a total of £62.48.


Harvest Food Bank Collection


The children of Mount Stewart made donations for the harvest food collection, following a school assembly that discussed the varying needs, struggles and challenges for some families during the current cost of living crisis in the UK.  Pupil leaders planned for donations to be collected and delivered to the Trusell Trust.  We are extremely proud of the empathy displayed by our children and their willingness to help and support others.



Origami Masters Sale

The Mount Stewart Origami Masters are a talented group of students who have held sales of hand crafted origami and other crafts to fundraise for St. Luke's Hospice and for Children with Cancer, in memory of our friend Rhea (year 1). So far they have raised an amazing £150. 

Aspiring Entrepreneurs

In a remarkable showcase of creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurial spirit, the Year 6 students embarked on a pilot project that propelled them into the world of business and sparked their entrepreneurial ambitions. The Aspiring Entrepreneurs Project proved to be a big success, leaving a lasting impact on the students and the school community.

The success of the project can be attributed to the student's commitment, hard work, and passion. Pupils acquired invaluable skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving, financial literacy, marketing strategies, and teamwork. The project nurtured their self-confidence, fostering a belief in their ability to turn their passions into viable businesses.


In total, £2761.05 was raised by the year 6 children.

£1000.00 has been donated to Sufra and the rest will be used to purchase new reading books for the rest of the school to enjoy in the new academic year.



Team with the highest profit: Give For Good- Aiden, Daria, Dhruvin, Aaradhya, Deesa raised £735.00

Team with the most creative goods/service idea: Mini Games Masters- Jayden, Hayder, Naing-phone, Abhay, Dhruvik

Team who displayed collaboration and teamwork: Prime Lime- Mayan, Jaimin, Ward, Dhian, Vihaan

We support UNICEF Clarks Shoeshare

Parents, staff, and pupils have kindly donated their old or unwanted shoes.  We are able to support UNICEF Clarks Shoeshare initiative as they strive to transform many children's lives.


TMSS Collects For Comic Relief In Partnership With Sainsbury's Kenton.


The year 5 & 6 musicians entertained customers at Sainsbury's Kenton on Tuesday 15th March 2022, by playing a range of instruments in the store foyer.  This was the first time many of our musicians had performed to an audience other than their school or family and it was an amazing experience for them.  They had mixed emotions, ranging from nerves, fear and excitement, however, displayed great risk-taking behaviours.   

Well done to you all.

You raised £77.00

Staff Singers:

A team of staff from across the federation also supported the fundraising cause and volunteered their lunchtime to entertain shoppers by singing a collection of pop songs raising £55.00. 

" All of you were fantastic with great voices. Thank you to everyone for coming to support Red Nose Day" (Angela- Partnership Relation Lead, Sainsbury's Kenton).

Year 6 Artist in Residence

Lewen, our super-talented resident artist in 6J, generously donated a selection of her paintings to Sainsbury's Kenton's staff sale.  All the paintings were sold raising a total of £80.00 which was donated to Comic Relief.

We are very proud of her generosity and kindness.

Well done Lewen.

6S Sponsored Run for Brent Mind

In Jigsaw-PSHE Class 6S learned about the struggles other people face and reflected on their basic needs and the luxuries or privileges in their life that they sometimes take for granted.  They independently researched charities such as ‘Make a wish foundation,’ NSPCC, and British Heart Foundation, to learn more about what they do and why they exist.   They reflected on their learning in Science, PSHE and English and decided to raise funds for Brent Mind.  This is a charity that supports young people’s mental health.  Class 6S ran 5 miles on 24th March 2022 and collected a whopping £706.00 in sponsorship. 


"Our health is our wealth and we realise it is important to keep physically and mentally healthy." Class 6S

Well done 6S.

Share and Care

Mount Stewart School RRSA (Right Respecting School Award) Ambassadors are working together with Harrow Care Plus to raise awareness of sustainability by introducing a new project to attempt to cut food waste and benefit the local community.


To help support this initiative, each week you will have the opportunity to purchase 15 non-perishable food items for a minimum contribution of £5.00.  (To purchase these items in a supermarket would cost more than £5.00)


To reserve your 15* food items, please email, make a minimum £5.00 contribution via PAY360/Share and Care, then collect your items. 


Donations raised will be split between UNICEF and the school.


*15 items will be pre-selected and bagged