Red nose day fun at school
Tuesday 31st March 2015
Five Acre Wood School’s student council organised a day of fun to raise money on Red Nose Day.
Pupils and staff were invited to come to school wearing something red and the fun events included a bake-off, face-painting and a disco.
The highlight of the day came at the end, when pupils were allowed to throw spaghetti at members of the senior leadership team.
The day raised £457.70 for Comic Relief.
Teacher Cindy Russell said: “The students planned all of the activities themselves, advertised the events throughout the school and wrote home to parents and carers. The day was very well supported.”
Five Acre Wood School in Boughton Lane, Loose is a special school for children and young people aged four to 19 with profound, severe and complex needs, including autistic spectrum disorder.
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