​The Iqra School Council recently visited the Royal Trinity Hospice, a vital institution offering specialized palliative and end-of-life care to individuals in Wandsworth and parts of Lambeth. The school had raised money for the hospice and presented their donation (with a huge cheque!) to Chief Executive Emily Carter. The children were taken round the  the tranquil surroundings and learnt about the hospice’s dedication to providing full-time care. Our students learned valuable lessons in compassion and solidarity, reaffirming our school’s commitment to fostering empathy and social responsibility.

This visit exemplifies the profound impact of small acts of kindness and the importance of community support during difficult times. As educators, we commend our students for their empathy and initiative, and we extend our gratitude to Royal Trinity Hospice for their unwavering dedication to serving our community.