Red Nose Day was a non-uniform day and children and staff paid to come to schools without uniforms. There were staff and children in a variety of clothes including some fancy dress outfits. It was wonderful to see the children's faces as they entered school to be greeted by the Head in a red wig.
It seemed very unfair the our roamers should miss out on the chance to dress up too. So each class designed and made a roamer outfit.
(See Photos 1, 2,
3 and 4 showing
some designers at work in Class 3 (Year 1).
The Roamers were allowed to show off their outfits at a special assembly and some children helped them with their programming. (Photos 17 and 18)
This was the first time we had shared a whole school project and everyone really had a great time it.
Red Nose Day ended with a very special visitor to present children with achievement certificates. In Photo 19, you can see our visitor with the head teacher in her red wig.
The day was a great success and we raised £337.23 for the appeal as well.
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