Pupils raise money for Comic Relief

It was a day of fun and games as pupils fundraised for Comic Relief.

Pupils marked Red Nose Day 2019 with a ’wear red’ non-uniform day with the girls donating money to ditch their school uniforms for the day.

The pupils also sold red noses.

The day raised £788.44 for Comic Relief.

Principal Shahina Ahmad said:

“The pupils have really been exercising their funny bones today for Comic Relief and I’m very proud of them for raising money for such a worthwhile cause.”

Comic Relief is a UK charity with a simple purpose – to create a just world, free from poverty. Comic Relief does this by funding and investing in amazing organisations across the UK and around the world to tackle some of the key issues of our time. Since 1985, Comic Relief has raised over £1.25 billion. That money has helped, and is helping, to improve countless lives.

For information about Comic Relief and the work it carries out, please visit www.comicrelief.com.

PUPILS at Eden Girls’ School, Waltham Forest donned red clothes and noses to raise money for Comic Relief

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