A Short Explanation

So what's the best way to start a new year, a new term & a new lockdown? With a challenge, of course!

As a community we know how lucky we are. We eat well & enjoy delicious, nutritious school meals. Even though the school is physically closed, we can be confident that none of our boys will be going hungry.

However, that won't be the case for all children across the UK. With schools closed and thus limited access to free school meals, children in vulnerable communities may be going hungry.

That is why, as a community, we want to help make a difference over lockdown. We want to raise £5,000 to support
FareShare to help distribute more meals for children and families in need at this difficult time.

With your support,
Mr Bailey & the staff will be undertaking a new challenge each week.

What can you do?

1 - Think of a challenge! From completing
five minutes of keepyuppies on the school roof to reciting Rudyard Kipling’s ‘If’ in Russian, boys can share challenges via the google form below. Please submit before Monday morning to ensure they can be included for the week ahead.

2 - When
a challenge is completed, please support this important cause by donating through our justgiving link below.

Let’s make this time count. Let’s make a difference.

Donate to FareShare

Challenge 1: The Jelly Omelette

The Headmaster has been challenged to cook & eat a jelly omelette. What could possibly go wrong?

Challenge 2: Let's Dance

The Cothill team have been challenged to learn the Jerusalema Dance to raise funds for FareShare.

Challenge 3: Can they skip?

The Cothill House team have been challenged to skip to 50 - as a group!

Challenge 4: 24hr HIIT workout

The Cothill House team have been challenged to do complete a 24 HIIT workout before Half Term.

Extra Challenge: Golf Keepy Uppies

Can the Headmaster complete 100 golf keepy uppies with a ping pong ball?

(Spoiler alert: yes, he can).

Submit a Challenge