Schools celebrate Red Nose Day

PUBLISHED: 14:04 20 March 2019 | UPDATED: 14:04 20 March 2019

Staff from Clevedon School had custard pies thrown in their faces to raise money for Red Nose Day.

Staff from Clevedon School had custard pies thrown in their faces to raise money for Red Nose Day.

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Yatton Junior and Infants Schools. Students dress up in PJs and red clothes for Red Nose Day.   

 Picture: MARK ATHERTONYatton Junior and Infants Schools. Students dress up in PJs and red clothes for Red Nose Day. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

A fundraising bake-off, custard pie wars and red wigs helped schools and businesses to raise money for Comic Relief.

Students from Clevedon School baked biscuits and impressive cakes including a giant burger, a man-eating shark and a falcon in a charity bake-off competition.

Cakes were judged by experts and auctioned off by staff, while the rest were sold to students.

Six members of staff also volunteered to have a custard pie thrown in their face by delighted students who donated hundreds of pounds for the privilege.

Wrington Primary School pupils dressed up for Red Nose Day.   

 Picture: MARK ATHERTONWrington Primary School pupils dressed up for Red Nose Day. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Pupils from Wraxall wore face paint and red wigs to mark Red Nose Day while youngsters from Clevedon Montessori School enjoyed a treasure hunt and games.

Yatton pupils dressed in their pyjamas and held a cake sale while children from Wrington wore red clothes and noses.

Staff from Specsavers in Clevedon also dressed up for the day and sold comedy frames in aid of the cause.

Youngsters of Wraxall Primary School enjoying Red Nose Day. Picture: Amy TownsendYoungsters of Wraxall Primary School enjoying Red Nose Day. Picture: Amy Townsend

Children from Clevedon Montessori School took part in a treasure hunt in aid of Red Nose Day.Children from Clevedon Montessori School took part in a treasure hunt in aid of Red Nose Day.


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