Banbury’s dad’s first haircut after three years helps support local school and Little Princess Trust

James Stead, a Banbury dad, who got his first haircut after three years as a fundraiser to help support Harriers Academy Banbury and the Little Princess Trust charity. (photo sent)

A Banbury dad got his first haircut after three years while fundraising to help support a local school and the Little Princess Trust charity.

James Stead, father of two at Harriers Academy Banbury, knows the importance of a good education. A good education needs funding.

James decided to help out by starting a JustGiving fundraising webpage to help support the school when he got his first haircut after three years over the Easter weekend.

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James Stead, a Banbury dad, who got his first haircut after three years as a fundraiser to help support Harriers Academy Banbury and the Little Princess Trust charity. (photo sent)

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James, who is an art teacher and potter, said: ‘The amount of resources needed to effectively teach every child in a full classroom with a diverse range of learning styles is rarely appreciated.

“I wanted to support a local school because I was convinced that the money would go directly to those in need, in this case the students.

James Stead, a Banbury dad, who got his first haircut after three years as a fundraiser to help support Harriers Academy Banbury and the Little Princess Trust charity. (photo sent)

“Having visited as a parent during class, I was struck by how difficult it is to keep all students engaged at all times. The more resources teachers have, the better it is for the education and development of our children.”

James has two children who attended or still attend Harriers Academy Banbury.

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