This year, the school council started planning our Red Nose Day antics on google classroom. They worked really hard to trouble-shoot ideas to make sure we could still have fun whilst obeying current social-distancing guidelines. We have 3 events this week that the children will be taking part in to help raise money for Comic Relief.

  1. Classroom Quiz! The school councilors in each class have come up with their own questions to quiz their classmates. Some questions are about their previous learning, some about general knowledge and one class is asking ‘Who is the headteacher at Lansbury Lawrence?’ … Let’s hope all the children get that one right!
  2. Red Nose Hunt! Some of the school councilors have hidden the ten red noses in KS2 playground. Each class will be given a slot to go and hunt for the ten red noses. When they find one, they have to mark it off on a map of the playground. It’s doubling up into a Geography challenge too! Yay!
  3. Red Nose design! The children will be asked to design either a super rare red nose like this years ‘Gold Tommy’ or a set of three within a theme, like this years noses are all part of a woodland theme.

We have planned these events to have some fun, but also to help raise money for Comic Relief, who work hard to bring serious change to people living incredibly tough lives in the UK and around the world. We will be accepting donations in two ways this year:

Bucket collections: On Friday 19th (Red Nose Day) we’ll have some buckets in the playground, in the morning and at home-time, that you can put your cash donations into.

Just Giving Page: This year we have also made a Just Giving page to make it easier, and safer, to donate. Money donated via this page will go directly to Comic Relief, just click on the link here Natalie Bridge is fundraising for Comic Relief: Red Nose Day (