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Red Nose day

Cliftonville Primary School’s Red Nose Day Extravaganza

 

On Friday 24 March, children, teachers and staff from Cliftonville Primary School in Margate will be hosting a series of events and activities in support of Red Nose Day 2017.

 

This is promising to be Cliftonville School’s biggest and best fundraiser to date. Over the past few weeks, students and staff have been hard at work planning and organising their activities

 

They have planned a fun jam packed day of fundraising events. The day will begin with staff and students wearing red to school for a donation. The activities throughout the day will consist of a Joke and Dance competition, prizes for the winners, an ever popular cake sale and finally a match the baby picture to a teacher challenge. The day is sure to raise lots of laughs and money for Red Nose Day 2017.

 

As well as lots of fun activities, the school will use Red Nose Day as a way of educating the students about how the money raised changes lives both here in the UK and in Africa. Claire Whichcord at Cliftonville, said “It is important for us here at Cliftonville to support families and children around the world”.

 

 

The money raised by the public is spent by Comic Relief to help people living incredibly tough lives, both here in the UK and Africa.

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