It’s that time of year when people across the country do great things to raise money for Red Nose Day and students at Camborne Science and International Academy had made 2017 one to remember.
“CSIA students love to be involved in Red Nose Day and we’re all very proud to support such a great cause” commented Paula Tippett, International Education Coordinator and Student Voice at CSIA. “The students from our Student Voice also learned valuable life skills promoting, coordinating and selling the noses; students (and teachers!) wore their red noses to raise as much money as possible. The day was jam-packed with laughter and there was such a great atmosphere.”
“We have had an amazing day, we had 700 red noses to sell and have completely sold out!” commented Paula Tippett. “We need to confirm the final amount raised, but we’re hoping it will be well over £700.”
Principal at CSIA, Ian Kenworthy, added “Red Nose Day has raised more than a billion pounds for various charities since it started in 1988, and we feel it’s very worthwhile to play our part in the fundraising. We commend all of our students who embraced the event and helped us to support this worthy cause.”