Schools celebrate Red Nose Day

Schools celebrate Red Nose Day

Schools celebrate Red Nose Day

Fife Flyers have donned red noses to help promote Comic Relief's massive fundraising day.

As a result of her efforts and the school's cash-raising powers since 2011, Comic Relief co-founder and film-maker Richard Curtis recorded a special message for the pupils followed by comedian Miranda Hart - as a thank you.

We love you. For two Red Nose Days in a row, you are the highest fundraising school in the country.

And appropriately, for a day when so many of you, both young and old alike, will be clowning around, we feature a number of readers dressed up as circus amusing men and women.

Comic Relief said it respected the decision and was working on finding alternatives for the future. From left, Ronnie Scott, John Glenwright and John Tighe.

Staff at Burnham Infants School painted 201 red noses on faces!

Radnor School, also in Cardiff, is also asking students to ditch red noses.

Comic Relief previously said its red noses, which are made of polyurethane foam, could be recycled at Sainsbury's stores.

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