Schools raise hundreds of pounds for Red Nose Day
- Credit: Archant
Children wore red clothes and held talent shows and cake sales in aid of Comic Relief.
Staff and pupils dressed in red and took part in a variety of fundraising activities to celebrate Red Nose Day on Friday.
Mendip Green Primary School held a Where’s Wally competition based on the popular books, while children from Yatton Infants and Juniors dressed in their pyjamas and organised a cake sale.
Pupils from Milton Park Primary School also tucked into cakes and pupils paid 20p to take part in a penalty shoot-out.
St Martin’s Primary School held a talent show for Red Nose Day and every class nominated a pupil or group to perform on stage.
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Schools across North Somerset raised hundreds of pounds for Comic Relief which helps poor and disadvantaged people in the UK and the world’s poorest communities.
Nationally, more than £60million was raised this year.
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