On Friday 5th June the staff and children of Cranford Park Primary School will be taking part in the World Wildlife Fund’s first ever “Wear it Wild” day to help the children appreciate the wonderful world that we live in and how they can help to take care of it, including helping to raise money to protect endangered species around the world. Each class will spend the day finding out about an endangered animal and will share their findings with the whole school at the end of the day, as well as taking part in some or all of the activities listed below:
1)Coming to School dressed up as an animal or in clothes with an animal print or with faces painted – anything goes! (No charge, just take part.)
2)Year 6 children will be organising some “Animal Olympics” for all children to take part in over the day. (No charge)
3)Some Year 6 children will be running a Face Painting and Tattoo stall – charge of 50p (Please let your child’s teacher know if you do not want your child taking part in this)
4)Year 6 will be organising some games and competitions for the children to take part in (20p a go)
5)The whole school will try to make a giant panda in the hall out of spare change.
We hope that everyone will join in with this fun day, and bring in spare change and any other donations you would like to contribute.