SAVE THE DATE: FRIDAY 7TH MAY
Thousands of teachers and pupils will be taking part in NSPCC's Number Day: a math-inspired school fundraiser designed to empower young children to improve their numeracy skills.
Throughout Number Day, teachers will be hosting a variety of fun curriculum-based games and challenges for children to enjoy in their class bubbles.
Pupils will also have the opportunity to 'Dress up for Digits' and make a cashless donation to wear non-uniform.
WHERE WILL YOUR DONATIONS GO?
The NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children) is the UK's leading children's charity, preventing abuse and helping those affected to recover.
Around 90 per cent of the NSPCC's income comes from their supporters, including schools and parents. They simply couldn't keep their vital services running without the support of people like you. Every pound you raise and donate will all add up to helping children. The money you raise could also help to fund Childline: the charity's 24/7 helpline for children to contact - whatever difficulty they're facing.
£4 could pay for a trained volunteer counsellor to answer a call to Childline.
£25 could pay for an hour of a practitioner's time, helping children to recover from abuse.
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Any donations made through our Donations Page are settled directly to the NSPCC - say goodbye to counting cash and posting cheques!