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Children in Need - what can we do as a whole school?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by verry2005, Sep 10, 2016.

  1. verry2005

    verry2005 New commenter

    Hi,

    I've recently taken over being in charge of fundraising events at my school. I know it's early days, but I'm thinking ahead to Children in Need. What can we do as a whole school, that's fun and inspiring, but also not too taxing for the teachers and staff?!

    In the past we've done the usual non-uniform and cake sales, but I'd like to do something a bit different this year.

    Any ideas appreciated!
     
  2. krisgreg30

    krisgreg30 Occasional commenter

    A fun one we have done in the past is get them to bring in loose change instead of say a nominal £1 and make pictures out of the change. It's fun and we actually raised more from loose change than we had the previous year asking for a £1 donation.
     
  3. relais

    relais New commenter

    A sponsored bounce! Hired a bouncy castle & all the children spent a minute bouncing on it- 2 at a time, watched by 2 members members of staff. Raised a lot of money, wasn't time consuming, minimal preparation & the children enjoyed it.
     

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