Young people at Smallbrook School have been organising and taking part in a plethora of activities today for Red Nose Day to raise money for Comic Relief.
When students arrived at school this morning, they set up a cake sale, baking all of the sweet treats themselves in the school’s kitchen and offering them to staff throughout the company.
As Comic Relief is known for its comedy and comedians supporting the charity, Smallbrook thought it would be a good idea to let some of the young people have ago at telling some jokes; this has done wonders for their confidence and staff and fellow young people had some great laughs.
Smallbrook School also asked students to dress up for Red Nose Day with an award for the ‘best dressed’. Students at the school certainly didn’t let us down with a sea of red flooding the school gates this morning!
In art, students have been designing their own red noses and decorating the dining hall in the school ready for lunch time! All students have worked incredibly hard today and it has been a wonderful day.
One special mention must go to a young person from one of our homes as he has raised £82.70 by going on a 10 mile sponsored walk! This is amazing and just goes to show the compassion and care our young people have. Along with this amazing donation, we have raised just under £200 as a company.
A big well done to all of our young people and staff for your donations!