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Grantham schoolchildren raise money for children's charity




The children of Cliffedale Primary School have raised over £200 for National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.

On Friday February 7, the primary school held a non-uniform Number day, with all proceeds going to the NSPCC.

The day involved dressing up in number-themed costumes, partaking in mathematical activities and encompassed all six year groups, with ages ranging from five years old to 11.

Cliffedale Primary School children enjoy their non-uniform day. (28924988)
Cliffedale Primary School children enjoy their non-uniform day. (28924988)

Vikki Marshall, a class teacher at Cliffdale, said: “Lots of children, and adults, arrived in a range of different number related costumes.

"The children all participated in some fun maths activities throughout the day.EYFS enjoyed combining Maths and PE.

"From Years 1-6 there were maths games being designed and created, investigations being carried out and competitions on Times Tables Rockstar’s!

The Cliffdale schoolchildren took part in number-themed activities as they raised money for a good cause. (28927742)
The Cliffdale schoolchildren took part in number-themed activities as they raised money for a good cause. (28927742)

"We all had a fun day raising a fantastic total of £226.35!”


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