The Undershaw Junior Rotary Club – Interact – ran a fundraising day to highlight the acceptance of autism.

The theme of Autism Acceptance Week this year was colour – and there was no shortage of that at Undershaw. Everyone wore bright clothes to school and had the opportunity to buy rainbow-coloured biscuits. There was a fabulous piece of group art created and hung in front of the fireplace.

Students and staff had the opportunity to have their face or nails painted at the colourful ‘glitz and glamour’ bar. The students organised dancing in the dining room and staff versus student football in the hall.

The whole event was a true community celebration of colour and acceptance.

Undershaw head of employability and life skills Leilah Sheridan said: “We are always very proud of our students in the Junior Rotary Club, who plan and run a range of events for charity throughout the year. Thanks to the Rotary Club of Haslemere for their support.”