Numeracy day raises vital funds for NSPCC
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