Gallery: Our community raises money for good causes through Red Nose Day and Easter egg hunt fun | Framlingham College

With Easter just around the corner, following Red Nose Day last week, it’s been a bumper time for our pupils and staff to come together to raise money for good causes. As well as the Prep School superhero dressing up day and the Red Nose egg and spoon race last Friday, the Charities Committee at the Senior School have been hiding Easter eggs all around the campus for pupils to go out and find.

In total a fantastic £1,219 was raised for Comic Relief through donations for dressing up as well as participating in the games. The Charities Committee will be collecting donations from the easter egg hunt and ring-fencing them for donations in the summer term, when the summer term charity is selected after the Easter break. After just a few weeks back in school, teachers agreed, it has been fantastic to see so many pupils out enjoying the spring weather and getting involved in our numerous activities for charity. See pictures from all of the events below:

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