Lovell has gifted a festive bundle of fun to the school which is located close to its Saxon Square development in Miles Platting.
Pupils collected a special post box to write and send letters to the North Pole, sharing what they enjoy most about the holidays and how they plan to spend time with friends and family. Letter templates and activity packs have been included to spark inspiration and imagination throughout December and the festive season.
Anne-Marie O’Doherty, regional sales director at Lovell Homes, said: “Notes to the North Pole is all about bringing a sense of magic and joy in our communities, and particularly helps youngsters to reflect on the true meaning of this time of year, including friendship and family.
“We are also excited to spread a little festive cheer – especially given the cost of living crisis – providing some additional classroom crafts and treats to take home.”
Each class has also received creative kits to design and make bird-friendly wildlife wreaths to hang around their playground and outdoor areas. And to make the holidays a little sweeter, Lovell has also donated 400 selection boxes for children to take home and share with their loved ones.
Anne-Marie continued: “It’s lovely to be able to work with our local communities on this campaign as something fun and creative, but also an opportunity for children to think about different or shared experiences in their neighbourhoods.
“Lovell have been building homes in Miles Platting for more than a decade, bringing much needed new homes to this area. Close to good schools and plenty of amenities, these homes have been popular with families relocating to the area. The homes at Saxon Square, the final phase of new homes, are now on sale. Designed for modern living, you can have all the perks of city living while still having green space and canal walks nearby. There are currently three- and four-bedroom homes available, all with private gardens and off-road parking.”
Wendy Heap, school business manager at Park View Community Primary School, said: “Each year, our school children look forward to all the fun, festive activities in the run up to their winter break. We also think it is important to encourage pupils to think about others and focus on the true meaning of the season.
“Due to pressures on the school budget, we weren’t sure how we could deliver the same festive fun as previous years, so we are grateful to Lovell for helping us to share this message in a special way, giving our children a truly memorable experience. The letterbox, wreathmaking and selection boxes will be very popular and is a magical way to end the school term.”
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