Pupils and teachers at Bridge Integrated Primary School make it count for children by signing up for the NSPCC’S Number Day
On 28th/29th November, pupils and teachers at Bridge I. P.S. in Banbridge celebrated the NSPCC’s Number Day 2013.
The whole school got involved in activities such as ‘Dress Up For Digits Day’ where pupils came to school wearing an item of clothing with a number on it!
The children also brought a range of coins; 1p, 2p, 5p… to work with in Money activities.
Local Coach, Paul Evans also gave of his time to help run “ One step Forward” where all children were involved in Football Skills and having fun in teams.
By being part of Number Day 2013, Bridge I.P.S. will be helping the NSPCC to protect children all year round through its projects and services including ChildLine – the UK’s free, confidential 24-hour helpline and online service for children and young people in distress or danger.
Number Day teaching and fundraising materials helped us to deliver interactive and engaging maths lessons whist having fun and raising money for a good cause.
Children and young people can contact ChildLine on 0800 1111 or visit www.childline.org.uk
In total we raised over £600 for the NSPCC so a huge thank-you to parents, children and staff who contributed. We would also Like to thank Paul Evans and his coaches for giving of their time for this worthy cause. They certainly helped make it a fun and healthy way to use numbers!
Scroll down to see photos of the children in action!