Holman Place School was rocking and rolling last Friday, June 30 to raise funds for Red Nose Day.
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The school held a Red Nose Disco and had all manner of red themed fun on hand.
Relieving Principal, Bryce Toohey, said the disco was an opportunity for the school to give back to the community.
“The community does a lot for us as a school so we think it is important we give back and this was the perfect opportunity to do that,” he said.
“We raised a few hundred dollars for Red Nose, through a gold coin donation to enter the disco and all the profits from our weekly cooking program.
“We try to give back once a term, we had an autism awareness day last term, so we will do one next term as well.
“We’d like to thank Louise and Ruth and the Koalas class, they were the driving force behind the whole day,” he said.
Beginning life as SIDS and Kids, Red Nose has pledged to eliminate all preventable deaths in babies and children and to support research projects aimed at improving their lives.
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