On Friday 15th March, Bethany School pupils and staff celebrated Red Nose Day by either wearing an item of red clothing or coming into School wearing your national dress. Participants paid £2 for the privilege with all proceeds donated to Comic Relief.
We are lucky to have a number of nationalities represented in our School population and this was displayed through vibrant Nigerian colours, kilts and berets. A number of activities run by the School Prefects took place throughout the day including: a Chapel service on valuing diversity, quizzes in lessons and a sale of sweets from around the world.
This was a fun and educational day to raise awareness of the value of diversity in our community.