Secondary Resources

Welcome to my world

Welcome to my world

You'll find tons of key stage 3 and 4 learning activities and teaching resources for Red Nose Day right here. Including this video about a young person, called Dennis, who lives in a slum in Nairobi, Kenya. You can use it with the resources below to explain the importance of Red Nose Day to your students. They’ll learn just how big a difference even the smallest amount of cash can make.

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Time to Change

Time to Change

One in ten young people will experience a mental health problem and, out of those, nine in ten will experience discrimination because of it. Time to Change is England’s largest ever initiative to end this stigma and discrimination and, as one of the main funders, Comic Relief are offering a variety of resources, tips for talking, real life stories and downloads for teachers and young people.

Resources and activities

Assembly: Welcome to my world

Inspire the whole school. Use this presentation and assembly plan with the above film to explain why Red Nose Day is important and what your students can do to help..

IMAGE: Children at school

KS3 & 4 lessons: Welcome to my world

These lessons, which accompanies the above film, will help your students understand some of the reasons why young people live in urban slums. Students will learn about the challenges young people face every day and the difficult choices they make in order to survive. These lessons, linked to English (KS3) and Citizenship (KS4) will take an hour or can be divided into smaller activities to use in tutor time.

Fun and games for Red Nose Day

Download our games pack and charge your kids a small fee to put their books away and have a go at these fun games while you kick back and put your feet up. You can also help your pupils understand why they are taking part in Red Nose Day by getting them to fill in their very own pledge. Then, you can display them on the wall or make them into a paperchain.

KS 3 & 4 lesson: Give It Up for Comic Relief

An estimated 2 million people in the UK have an addiction to some form of substance or activity and it harms not just them, but also those around them. This lesson plan, linked to PSHE will help your students consider the implications of addiction. Students will recognise the causes, consequences and social perceptions of people who are addicts. The lesson will take an hour, or it can be divided into sessions to be delivered in tutor time.

Digital banners

Show the world you’re doing your bit to change lives with our Red Nose Day banners. You can stick them on your schools' blog, intranet, or website. You can also digi-fy your Red Nose Day even more with our digital and social media tools.

Meet Dennis

To find out more about life for children in a Kenyan slum, scroll through the pictures of Dennis, opposite, or download the poster.

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My name is Dennis, I am 13 years old and I live in a slum in Nairobi, Kenya.

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Send my friend to school

Send my friend to school

Fatima is one of 60 million children missing out on school. Join Send My Friend to School this summer and add your voice to the global campaign.

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How to pay your money in

How to pay your money in

There are 3 easy ways to pay in your fundraising money. And if you tell us the name of your school or early years group and you’ll receive a personalised ‘thank you’.