UK schools on a mission for Red Nose Day 2015

Red Nose Day is back on Friday 13th March 2015 and thousands of UK schools are on a mission to raise as much money as possible to help get children in Africa into education and learning. And this year’s campaign is set to be bigger than ever before because all the money raised by schools will be doubled by the UK government as part of the UK Aid Match programme. Comic Relief has produced free Fundraising Resource Packs, full of everything schools need to take part. Don’t miss out on the action, order your free pack today at

Created by teachers for teachers, the pack is full of top fundraising tips, balloons, stickers and posters, plus an order form for the brand new Red Noses. Curriculum-linked learning resources will also help to ensure that Red Nose Day is a time for both laughing and learning.

Jo Randall, English and Drama teacher at Christ’s School, sees the free Fundraising Resource Pack as a great way to kick-start the fun, and says “I love getting the free pack because it sparks off loads of ideas for how Red Nose Day can work in the school day.”

Last Red Nose Day, thousands of schools and nurseries got involved – whether it was wearing fancy dress or selling Red Noses at school, everyone had a great time and raised a staggering £9 million in the process. This year, all the money raised by schools for Red Nose Day 2015 will help 300,000 children in Africa get into education and learning.

Join schools around the country and order your free pack today at

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