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East Sheen Primary

Upper Richmond Rd West, London, SW14 8ED

It all adds up for Children at East Sheen Primary School

On Friday 2 December, the children at East Sheen Primary joined hundreds of schools throughout the UK in supporting the NSPCC in its biggest and most exciting maths fundraising event ever – Number Day 2011.

This fundraising initiative, sponsored by Vosene Kids, is a fantastic opportunity for young people to have fun practising essential numeracy skills whilst raising vital funds for the NSPCC through donations and sponsorships.

The children at East Sheen Primary School dressed in number-themed mufti for the day, took part in the NSPCC’s bid to achieve a Guinness World Record™ for the ‘World’s biggest maths lesson ever’ and were entertained with maths shows and workshops run by Tony Charles of ‘It’s Magic Time’ Entertainers.

Helen Colbert, Head Teacher at East Sheen Primary School said: “The day was a great success and wonderful experience for the children, having fun with maths whilst raising money for children and young people who need our help. I would like to say a big thank you to all of our families for their donations which will be providing essential funding to the NSPCC to support the 25th anniversary of Child Line.”

 

On Friday 2 December, the children at East Sheen Primary joined hundreds of schools throughout the UK in supporting the NSPCC in its biggest and most exciting maths fundraising event ever – Number Day 2011.

This fundraising initiative, sponsored by Vosene Kids, is a fantastic opportunity for young people to have fun practising essential numeracy skills whilst raising vital funds for the NSPCC through donations and sponsorships.

The children at East Sheen Primary School dressed in number-themed mufti for the day, took part in the NSPCC’s bid to achieve a Guinness World Record™ for the ‘World’s biggest maths lesson ever’ and were entertained with maths shows and workshops run by Tony Charles of ‘It’s Magic Time’ Entertainers.

Helen Colbert, Head Teacher at East Sheen Primary School said: “The day was a great success and wonderful experience for the children, having fun with maths whilst raising money for children and young people who need our help. I would like to say a big thank you to all of our families for their donations which will be providing essential funding to the NSPCC to support the 25th anniversary of Child Line.”