The Pay It Forward campaign launched in 2018 sees staff and pupils responding to acts of kindness by being kind to someone else in return. From reading to the elderly in nursing homes, assisting with picking up litter and recycling, to helping new pupils settle by being great buddies, the kindness campaign has pupils sharing generosity within school and helping make significant improvements in the local community.

Below are just some of the examples of our wonderful pupils paying it forward. For more acts of kindness follow our instagram @boundaryoakschool #payitforward

Inspired by Pre-Prep pupil, Isla, who spread kindness by offering free coffee and cake at her parent’s business, Casemates Studios, several pupils followed in her footsteps. This included over 15 pupils leaving chocolates, flowers, and notes with kind words in several places across Hampshire – all with the hope of brightening the day of members in the local community. Anti-Bullying Ambassador, George, purchased daffodils from his local farm shop with his pocket money which he then gave to the elderly community in Southampton.

Elsie went above and beyond for homelessness charity, Stonepillow asking them for a list of specific items that they needed for their clients. She took matters into her own hands asking her friends, fellow pupils and teachers to donate a pair of socks each so they could be donated to the charity.  

Stonepillow were delighted when Elsie and her Mum came to their Donations Hub to drop off a large sack of socks!

To celebrate St Patricks Day, six of our Irish dancers, visited local residential homes in Fareham to perform six routines and answer questions about their passion with the elderly residents.

The residents loved the performances, clapping along to the music and were fascinated by the beautiful details on the pupils’ dresses.

Head of Early Years, Mrs Pettit is completing a mammoth running challenge this year in aid of school charity and longstanding Globeducate partner, WWF-UK. Completing the London Marathon, Windermere Marathon and a 50K run! In support of the school charity and Mrs Pettit, the Whole School completed the TCS Virtual Mini-Marathon and as a community, we have collectively raised nearly £3,000 so far for the charity. 

On Sunday 21st April, Mrs Pettit completed the London Marathon in 4 hours and 29 minutes.

Charity Partners

Compassion and empathy are qualities that are key to our school community. We believe it is important for our pupils to make a contribution, at whatever level, to help improve the lives of others.

In order to make charitable acts a habit, rather than a one-off transitory experience, we have established long lasting partnerships with a small selection of charities that are relevant to our school and local communities.

Our charity partners for this year are:

Macmillan Cancer Support

Boundary Oak School is teaming up with Macmillan Cancer Support who is here to do whatever it takes to support people living with cancer. The charity are instrumental in providing vital cancer services, research and campaign to achieve better cancer care, and support the cancer workforce.

Visit Macmillan Cancer Support for more information.

World Wide Fund for Nature

Boundary Oak School is teaming up with WWF-UK as part of Globeducate’s longstanding partnership with the charity. The WWF is a global leader in environmental conversation, protecting habitats and wildlife worldwide.

Globeducate’s longstanding partnership with the leading conservation charity WWF, sees collaboration across our school network, impacting on the education of more than 40,000 young people each year, ensuring that through engaging and inspiring sustainability education they can drive change.

Visit Globeducate for more information on the longstanding partnership with WWF.   

Naomi House & Jacksplace

First opening its doors in 1997, Naomi House is children’s hospice providing individualised nursing care that helps enhance short lives and allows their families to make the most of the precious time with their children. Having cared for more than 1,000 children across Hampshire, Dorset, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Isle of Wight, West Sussex, Surrey and beyond, Naomi’s House are there through good days and bad providing respite care and family support throughout a child’s life and after death. 

Jack’s Place is part of the Naomi’s House group and is the only hospice for young adults in our region. They offer care and support while also giving young adults the independence, they often crave. They achieve this by providing 24-hour nursing care alongside activities and social events both at the hospice and further afield. 

For more information on Naomi House, please see

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