Swiss Gardens Primary School in Shoreham turned yellow for Children in Need

Sussex supports BBC Children in Need, in pictures

Schoolchildren and businesses across Sussex supported BBC Children in Need on Friday, with many people dressing up and donating, helping towards the £37million total raised for the charity.

By Elaine Hammond
Tuesday, 17th November 2020, 4:11 pm

In Worthing, Durrington Infant and Junior Federated Schools raised money by having a mufti day, while Swiss Gardens Primary School in Shoreham turned yellow for Children in Need. Jenny Bourne, assistant head, said: “Everyone at Swiss Gardens went to school wearing as much yellow as they could on Children in Need day to brighten up children’s lives. We have currently raised a total of £965 on our JustGiving page. We were amazed at the generosity of our school community, especially during these difficult times.”

Jo Easey, community champion at Morrisons Worthing, dressed as Catboy from PJ Masks on Friday to help raise funds and there was a pyjama day on Saturday, while pupils at Chidham Parochial Primary School dressed up as their real life superheroes and Red Oaks Nursing Home in Henfield held a coffee morning.

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