Pupils take part in Day For Change

20140207- UNICEF Day For Change @ St Cyrus.  
St. Cyrus School had a fundraising dress as you please and bad hair day on Friday to raise money for UNICEF. 
Pictured are some of the pupils who helped raise �175.
Front - Kirsten Forbes, Chulainn Doan (middle) Noah Coleman, Orla Faherty, Leah Hutcheon (back) Kyle Ritchie, Nathan Leslie, Emily Beveridge and Amy Barr. 

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20140207- UNICEF Day For Change @ St Cyrus. St. Cyrus School had a fundraising dress as you please and bad hair day on Friday to raise money for UNICEF. Pictured are some of the pupils who helped raise �175. Front - Kirsten Forbes, Chulainn Doan (middle) Noah Coleman, Orla Faherty, Leah Hutcheon (back) Kyle Ritchie, Nathan Leslie, Emily Beveridge and Amy Barr. No Use Without Payment. Copyright Andy Thompson Photography.

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Pupils all around Kincardine and Mearns took part in UNICEF’s Day for Change with different fundraising efforts being taken up.

UNICEF’s Day for Change took place last Friday (February 7) and gave pupils a chance to learn about what life is like for children around the world.

These lollipop people were at hand to help some of the 'pupils' get to class on time
These lollipop people were at hand to help some of the 'pupils' get to class on time

Over 1800 schools took past in the 2013 event.

Day for Change was all about education with 68 million children around the world not having access to it.

Dunnottar Primary School had children dressed as teachers and other professions which made it very difficult to tell who was who for Leader reporter Lee McCann when he called in.

The primary three children also had a coffee morning to raise funds while pupils at St Cyrus School had a dress as you please and bad hair day on the Friday which raised £175.

Pupils from Dunnottar all dressed as different professions with nurses, chefs, teachers and lollipop people spotted
Pupils from Dunnottar all dressed as different professions with nurses, chefs, teachers and lollipop people spotted

Portlethen Primary School also got involved with teachers dressed as students and pupils having a bake sale which raised £540 on the day for UNICEF.

Primary 3 at Dunnottar also arranged a coffee morning, taking the tickets, serving and handling the money last Friday
Primary 3 at Dunnottar also arranged a coffee morning, taking the tickets, serving and handling the money last Friday
Pupils at Portlethen had a Bake sale and raised �540 for UNICEF
Pupils at Portlethen had a Bake sale and raised �540 for UNICEF
 

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