Nu­mer­acy day raises vi­tal funds for NSPCC

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CHIL­DREN from St Philip’s CofE Pri­mary School in South­port were in­vited to pay £1 to Dress up in Dig­its to show their sup­port for the NSPCC.

There were some very cre­ative out­fits from both staff and stu­dents!

They also had a school wide skipathon chal­lenge in which chil­dren paired up to do as many skips as pos­si­ble.

The skips were recorded and af­ter much tal­ly­ing Year 5 came out victorious.

Each child in the school was spon­sored by very gen­er­ous fam­ily and friends to com­plete this skipathon and the school is very ex­cited to col­lect all the spon­sor­ship money to add to its fund to be sent to NSPCC.

Chil­dren in Year 6 were play­ing Ro­man Nu­meral Bingo and there were nu­mer­ous num­ber hunts tak­ing place across the school.

Year 4 opened a spe­cial Qu­a­tro Café es­pe­cially for the oc­ca­sion where staff and chil­dren could visit and pay for milk­shake, juices and snacks.

Year 4 worked out all the cost­ing for this and great fun was had by all.

Mrs Ed­ward, the head teacher, led them in a ren­di­tion of Ten Green Bot­tles as pupils en­tered as­sem­bly – and num­bers could be spot­ted ev­ery­where.

Pupils from St Philip’s CofE Pri­mary took part in NSPCC Num­ber Day

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