Students ran stalls for the other children to buy things from with at least three things for sale on each stall, including spinning tops, cookies, wristbands, badges, candy floss, popcorn, rice crispy cakes, key rings, milkshakes, fridge magnets and brownies.
24 students made and sold the products, and the whole school participated.
Charity officer Anita Catchesides said: “Thank you to all the staff and students who worked so hard to raise the funds. The money they raised will go towards purchasing floor mats for one of the therapy rooms at the new centre.
*The new Freddie Farmer Foundation physiotherapy centre is scheduled to open on Elliott Road, Bromley later this year.