Red Nose Day fundraising

Well done to Johnson Class who were in charge of our Red Nose Day fundraising this year.

They demonstrated their fundraising skills by organising a bake sale. This entailed making, decorating, packaging and selling cakes and sweet treats to students and staff.

Yates Class joined in the fun making their own red nose masks, such a wonderful and creative idea.

Wood Class were the winners of the Red Nose Day joke competition!

The amount raised from cakes was £26.40 and £32.00 from donations for wearing red. This makes a grand total of £58.40 raised for Comic Relief. Well done everyone!!

There is a lovely feeling at school, it is always very positive, warm and welcoming – Parent 

 

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