Year 8 & 9 Textile Students create fantastic Wiggly Bags for GOSH!
A Wiggly Bag is given to children/teenagers that are undergoing cancer treatment to hold their central line. Due to the length of time that they have their lines, the bag becomes a big part of their daily activities and thus becomes very precious to them. As an extension project in their lessons, Year 8 & 9 textiles students made bright and colourful Wiggly Bags for Great Ormond Street Hospital. They created lovely bags and Sian Essex, GOSH representative, was blown away when she came to pick them up.