Pupils Put on Pyjamas for Comic Relief
Friday, 13 March 2015
Pupils at Beech House Infants’ School raised over £800 for Comic Relief!
Children spent the whole day dressed in their pyjamas or onesies in exchange for a small donation, with some children going even further and coming to school with red noses, face paint, or head-boppers. Or girl even created an elaborate headdress especially for the day!
The boys and girls also took part in a number of Red Nose Day themed activities. They decorated ‘funny faces’ on paper plates using colourful pipe cleaners, wool, pens, googly eyes and pom-poms, and created red nose day drawings of their own.
The Nursery Class for Three and Four Year Olds also joined in the fun by dressing up in animal onesies. They had great fun wearing costumes for the day, and really got into the spirit of pretending to be a crocodile or a rabbit, a giraffe or a monkey, a wolf or even a butterfly! In the afternoon, Nursery Class leaders hosted a Red Nose Day market, selling toys, gifts, DVDs, and a selection of delicious home-made cakes and assorted edible treats. The parents coming to pick up the Nursery Class were delighted to support the cause.
Other children in the Nursery came in their best red outfits and had their faces painted, while Junior Boys’ School pupils made their faces funny for the day.