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Red Nose Day always gets fantastic support from primary schools up and down the country. But it can be all too easy for children to focus on silly nosewear, cake sales and wearing pyjamas to school, without really understanding the issues that underlie the day.
One of Comic Relief’s priorities is supporting the millions of people who live in urban slums in Africa. In this active, creative lesson, children will work in teams to design and make a model of a stable, durable urban slum structure. Engaging with the problems of slum life in this way will hopefully bring a new sense of meaning to their fundraising.
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