Students Support Jeans for Genes
Jack Hunt students took part in the "Jeans for Genes day" raising £1381 to support families affected by a genetic disorder.
Jack Hunt students enjoyed supporting ‘Jeans for Genes’ day on Friday 22 September, with everyone abandoning their usual uniform for more relaxed, yet hardwearing attire. There were classic jeans, ripped jeans, dungaree jeans and even a few denim jackets to be seen. Some students went so far as to ‘double denim’ (they wore more than one denim item at the same time) which is, apparently, quite fashionable now.
All this denim dressing was in aid of the charity Genetic Disorders UK who support families who are affected by a genetic disorder. In total, students at Jack Hunt raised £1381 that will all go towards funding projects to transform the lives of children with genetic disorders.