We all need a laugh this year!

Red Nose Day is on Friday 19th March. At school, we are planning some fun activities that pupils can get involved in to raise a smile and raise some money!

Crazy hair day! Style your hair in the craziest way you can, the sillier the better! This can include exciting styles, colours (non-permanent) or accessories.

Wear red clothing or a red nose! You can wear a red nose, a comic relief t-shirt or just something red to show your support.

Funny poetry/ Rap competition! Write your best poem or spit your best funny rap. Hand them in to your tutor and share them with your class. Prizes given for the best entries.

If you would like to donate £1 or £2 for Red Nose Day you will be able to do so via Parent Pay rather than sending cash into school.  All you need to do is click on the link to make your donation: https://app.parentpay.com/ParentPayShop/Foc/Default.aspx?shopid=2318



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