On Friday, people around the country are celebrating Red Nose Day 2022. All of the proceeds raised by the event are used by the charity to support vulnerable people in the UK and all over the world live free from poverty, violence, and discrimination.
This year, we had the privilege of being joined by a photographer from Melksham News who took a photo of us all dressed as a rainbow. We had a fantastic time and the children loved being out in the sunshine creating the rainbow. We will share the link to the picture on the Melksham News website as soon as it's available.
Since launching the first Red Nose Day in 1985, Comic Relief has helped a staggering number of people, and tens of millions of pounds are raised every year.
This year, the money raised is still as important as ever. You can find out more about where your money goes here: https://www.comicrelief.com/what-your-money-does.
While we’re proud of our smart and well-observed uniform policy, we love seeing so many staff and pupils wearing red noses this week!
At Bowerhill, we believe Red Nose Day is much more than just a television spectacle. The event gives us the platform to teach our pupils about the importance of charity, being generous, and supporting and helping others.
Red Nose Day is such a special event because it allows young people to have fun, laugh, and experience the joy of raising money to help others.