School children sing to make cash for charity

Talented young children wore red and sang We’re the Fun Raisers today to raise cash for Comic Relief.

Eight pupils of Francis House Prep School in Tring had previously been recorded singing the Red Nose Day song by Out of the Ark music publishers.

Their singing was used to teach the song to primary school nationwide, who sang it for their parents during assemblies today.

All of the pupils at the prep school sang it for their parents too in return for donations to Comic Relief – and were recorded by the Gazette.

They have also been having competitions among the school pupils to see who can bake and sell the tastiest cake for Comic Relief.

Headteacher Helen Stanton-Tonner said: “I am really proud of everything our children have done to support Red Nose Day.”