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Redriff pupils raise £750 for Children In Need

Redriff Primary School managed to raise more than £750 for disadvantaged youngsters at a special Children In Need event.

Pupils and staff at the school in Rotherhithe organised a talent show with a string of acts, including comedians, singers, dancers, and gymnasts.

Money was also raised through children wearing non-uniform, voting for their favourite acts, and a cake sale.

All funds will go to BBC’s Children in Need, which provides grants to projects in the UK which focus on children and young people who are disadvantaged.

The projects Children in Need funds help children facing a range of disadvantages including poverty and deprivation, children who have been victims of abuse or neglect, and disabled young people.

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