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What did YOU do for Comic Relief?

Your Comic Relief comments

Nine celebrities spent days climbing Africa's tallest mountain to raise more than 1 million for Comic Relief.

And lots of other famous faces did something funny for money to try to raise even more cash for good causes on Red Nose Day, on 13 March.

But did YOU take part in any crazy money-making activities for Comic Relief?

Maybe you were sponsored for doing something unusual? Or did your school organise something everyone joined in with?

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Your comments

"I raised money at school and raised almost 400 in just three days and it all went to Comic Relief!"

Zara, 11, Middlesex, England

"My friend and I did a sponsored heads, shoulders, knees and toes. Every time they said 'red nose' on the TV we had to do heads, shoulders, knees and toes!"

Ciera, 13, Bedfordshire, England

"I played in a tennis tournament and raised 40."

Lewis, 9, Glasgow, Scotland

"Well, my three friends and I did a sponsored silence for six hours. It was really fun and, not forgetting the cake sale, we raised 131.55. It was really fun - try it next year!"

Chloe, 11, Cheshire, England

"My favourite teacher did a sponsored silence and he had to teach the lesson without talking! We also watched my teacher shave his beard and our teachers play a football match. It was so funny! I also won the sponsored sing! All the teachers dressed like students and I wore a glimmery red dress!!! I loved it!!!"

Lianne, 13, Leeds, England

"At my school we had another school come to our school to perform a play."

Sapphire, 10, Plymouth, England

"My school did a sponsored silence!"

Natalie, 11, Scotland

"I wore a panda suit at school for a week!"

Rose, 14, London, England

"At my school we all dressed in red and had cakes sales."

Lucy, 13, Nottingham, England

"At my school we did a sponsored fancy dress 10k run and we raised over 2,000! We also had other things going on like sponsored silences, a raffle and some stalls as well as a red nose day barbeque!"

Rose, 14, Devon, England

"My brother swam in his pyjamas at his swimming club and he raised 20!"

Phoebe, 8, Kent,, England

"Me and two of my friends did a sponsored sing so instead of talking we were singing all day until 6pm and we raised over 80."

Natalie, 10, Cardiff, Wales

"I did a sponsored silence for 24 hours, it was torture."

Michaela, 11, Newcastle, England

"We did a day at school where children had to be adults and adults as children. We raised a fantastic 205!"

Patrick, 10, North Lincolnshire, England

"I ran over 5km in fancy dress. I raised 114, but my class has raised over 1000."

Caitlin, 11, Livingston, Scotland

"At my school we had to dress up in the worst outfit, it was very funny. also I was doing a sponsored hug and my friends did a sponsored silence."

Rosie, 11, Bedfordshire, England

"Our head teacher dressed up as a lady! We had a talent show and if we raised enough money one of the teachers would shave his hair off!!"

Lana, 11, Wolverhampton, England

"For Comic Relief we had a raffle. First prize was to be the head teacher, second was to be the teacher and third was to be the teaching assistant."

Rebecca, 11, Bristol, England

"I am going to do a sponsored cycle and I have already done a sponsored swim."

Sarah, 10, West Midlands, England

"We had a non-uniform day and had lots of cake stalls, guess the teddy's name. Some pupils and teachers had their legs waxed! It was a great day :)"

Kim, 12, Sleaford, England

"In our school we have been selling cakes and biscuits to raise money for Comic Relief. Altogether we raised 115.65."

Georgia, 11, Denbigh, Wales

"Me and my friend Lara ran around the play ground 30 TIMES. We were puffed out."

Aimee, 9, Newport, UK

"In our school we had to dress up in something red, or something funny, so mostly everyone went in their PJs!!! We also had to bring in 1 and 20p for a cake."

Charlie, 9, Braintree, UK

"At school we wore our pyjamas for the whole day, and we had an assembly which was really funny, because you got to see everybody's pyjamas! Even the teachers wore them!!"

Sadia, 10, Coventry, England

"Me and my friends have raised 111.04 for Comic Relief. We have been selling buns/cakes, badges, stickers and other wonderful things. We have had competitions. We even stood up and had wet sponges thrown at us, but the people who threw them at us had to pay!!!"

Megan, 10, north-west England

"I did a sponsored silence and raised 6.59. It was really funny because I am a born chatterbox, and no-one thought I could do it."

Anna, 12, Kent, England

"Our school did a joke competition! We all loved it!"

Tom, 11, Leigh-on-Sea, England

"I sponsored my friend to do a sponsored silence. We had a dance thing at school and the teachers were sooooo shocked!"

Bethany, 13, Kent, England

"For Comic Relief I did a sponsored silence all day, and my friends all sponsored me. I raised 10.63 in total, with some people giving me pound coins and others spare coppers, it was a great deal of fun. At lunch I had to write on a piece of paper what I wanted to eat for the dinner ladies, and they all sponsored me. I got to improve my miming skills in drama and got told off in RE. It was a lot of fun."

Georgia, 14, Newport, Wales

"We had to be silent all day, and we raised loads of money."

Lilly, 10, Birmingham, England

"For Comic Relief I went to school in my PJs and my dressing gown. Some of the teachers did too. It was so fun!!!!"

Tasmin, 9, Ramsgate, England

"In my school we did face painting, karaoke and art, and lots more."

Jordan, 11, Enfield, England

"Me and three of my friends went around the area for two afternoons and washed people's cars. Each car owner paid us 5. We raised 60.11."

Hayley, 10, Hemel Hempstead, England

"In my school we had to dress up in our pyjamas and bring in 1. In total we raised 270."

Demi, 11, London, England

"My whole school dressed up as a character from a book for the whole day!"

Scarlet, 9, Acton, England

"I sold "Happy Red Nose Day" cards for 5p each, and we raised over 5.00!!!"

Melissa, 10, Seaton, England

"At my school we've had LOADS of things going on! First the sixth-form were doing a crazy hair competition, face painting, and a dodgeball competition between students and teachers. Also some pupils were doing red hairspray, selling red noses, cake and jelly sales, and year seven were doing a sponsored silence. Everyone wore red noses or had red hair or something red on today, it was really cool!"

Minoli, 12, London, England

"Me and a few of my friends wanted to raise some money, so we all decided to do a sponsored walk in fancy dress! We looked a bit stupid! We have not counted up how much money we have raised yet, but hopefully we have raised a lot."

Charlotte, 10, Barrow, England

"In school today we jumped on trampolines for two hours and we raised 554."

Bailey, 11, Liverpool, England

"At our school we're fundraising to throw custard at our head teacher."

Rabiat, 12, Whitehaven, England

"Today me and some mates did a sponsored car wash. We washed all the teachers' cars and we raised over 40. It was very funny but we got a bit wet!"

Ellen, 12, Kent, England

"We had a wacky hair day and I took part in a red nose hunt where you had to find letters around the whole school and work out the phrase with them."

Sophia, 9, Cambridge, England

"Me and my friends dressed up as girls for the day and together raised over 115!"

Michael, 11, Wales

"We have been having lunchtime activities all week such as penalty shoot-outs, face painting, throwing sponges at teachers and talent competitions and charging 50p to enter."

Jessica, 14, London, England

"I sang a song really loudly in the centre of town, it was about Comic Relief. I was just making it up on the spot I raised 50."

Lizzie, 11, Somerset, England

"My school is having a non-uniform day! We have to pay a pound and it goes to Comic Relief."

Emma, 12, Bridgend, Wales

"I sold cakes and biscuits at school. We made over 28. I thought we would make about 5-10."

Shaira, 10, Staffordshire, England

"I got sponsored for going to school dressed as a Dalmatian and I raised 100 pounds for Comic Relief."

Sophie, 8, Lincoln, England

"Today at our school we had an opposite day where the teachers dressed up as children and the children as teachers. To make my hair grey like my teachers I poured a bottle of talcum powder on my head and wore my dad's singing tie."

Lauren, 9, Worcestershire, England

"I am doing a sponsored silence today for 13 hours! It's been tough so far but it's all for charity! I've raised about 30 so far but I'm hoping to get more!"

Emily, 11, Milton Keynes, England

"Me and my mates dressed up, I was Doctor Who, my mates were the Joker and the Blues Brothers!"

George, 11, Leicestershire, England

"I have done a sponsored silence for the whole day and I have raised 130.20."

Nicholas, 13, Derry, Northern Ireland

"Our school is doing a wild west day, we all dressed up as cowboys and Indians to raise money. We also did line dancing and games."

Emma, 15, Hull, England

"My school did a three-legged walk."

Alexandria, 11, London, England

"The PE staff at my school put on a show with music from Abba, Blues Brothers and Grease, the men dressed as woman!! There was also a bun sale."

Charis, 12, Cornwall, England

"We are dressing up as famous people and wearing red tops!"

Cody, 12, West Sussex, England

"I am making cakes for Girl Guides which will be sold at church on Sunday and that money will go to Comic Relief!!!"

Eloise, 12, England

"I am doing a big silence day today and if I talk I have to pay 1 to Comic Relief."

Joseph, 12, West Sussex, England

"I'm going on a sponsored walk and I'm doing a sponsored silence, wearing my clothes back-to-front!"

Keely, 13, Middlesex, England

"We are all wearing our pyjamas at school and we sang the register. We are also singing a funny song in assembly and we're doing something funny for money!!"

Jasmine & Lauren, 11, Isle of Man, UK

"I'm walking around my local park five time in my pyjamas."

Tamara, 9, Gwent, Wales

"We have paid 50p to dress up in red and wear silly hairstyles to school. We're having a cake sale in a moment and we can't wait. Yum!"

Year, 5, Cambridge, England

"For Red Nose Day our whole school is wearing pyjamas and a red nose! (even the teachers!)"

Year 7, 8 & 9, London, England

"For Comic Relief I have raised 45 by dressing up as a fairy."

Shannon, 13, Bournemouth, England

"All our school is dressed in red and we're all selling stuff to raise money. All the Year 7s are having mad hair day, imagine the funny looks they got going to school."

Kim, 13, Scarborough, England

"We're raising money by having a non-uniform day and wearing something red. Happy Red Nose Day!!!"

Year 7, Leeds, England

"Everyone in my school is wearing red and donating a 1 for Comic Relief."

Callum, 14, Durham, England

"I will be walking 12.5 miles on Saturday with an option of another five miles."

Jenny, 13, Warrington, England

"Our whole school is dressing up! Each person has to pay 50p and there is about 350 people in the school."

Heather, 11, UK

"I am doing a sponsored silence for Red Nose Day."

Annie, 9, Devon, England

"Our school is doing a sponsored run and a non-school uniform day."

Laura, 12, Powys, Wales

"At our school we are allowed to wear our pyjamas to school or wear something red."

Louise & Nicole, 7 & 10, Glasgow, Scotland

"I'm doing a sponsored nine mile run with my 23 friends - so far we have raised over 600! We've also had a toy sale, cake sale, a movie day, duck race and raffles."

Isabel, 10, Neath, Wales

"In my school we're having a sponsored silence for money, were also doing a fun run."

Kaltun, 13, London, England

"I know it's not much but we are still going to raise loads of money for it! We are having a joke contest in assembly, we're also having a non-uniform day. We all have to wear something red and bring in money."

Lucy, 10, UK

"My school are having people dressing up as film characters and also are having cake sales."

Amreen, 11, Kent, England

"For Comic Relief this year me and my class will be doing design your own t-shirt! And all the t-shirts chosen will have a red nose on them!!!"

Abigail, 10, Falkirk, Scotland

"Me and my friends are dying our eyebrows red."

Eleanor, 12, Scotland

"My school is having a dress up funny for money day, and I am going to have red hair which is just what my mum has been doing all week in her college to raise money for Comic Relief."

Krystal, 8, Surrey, England

"For Red Nose Day I am going to do a sponsored joke day - all of my friends have to say 200 jokes."

Georgie, 12, Bristol, England

"I'm going to wear lots of red, like my nose, and it will be easy because my school jumper is red."

Rebekah, 11, Haddingtonshire, Scotland

"My school are selling red noses, having a pyjamas day and a cake sale. We all love Comic Relief at our school!"

Angela, 10, London, England

"Me and my friends wanted to be a bit different. We are going to school in our pyjamas, but it turns out a lot of people are doing that, so we are wearing pyjamas and doing a sponsored run in them around our school field. We have got people to sponsor us. We have raised at least 50 which is a great amount I think. We were going to do a sponsored silence but it wouldn't raise much money. I can't keep my mouth shut for two minutes let alone the whole day!"

Michaela, 12, Gloucestershire, England

"I can't think of anything to wear for crazy clothes day at my school."

Jamie, 11, Essex, England

"Well, we're having a non-uniform day and everybody has to pay 1. But, I'm also spraying my hair bright red. Awesome!"

Molly, 11, Ipswich, England

"I am selling handmade cards to raise money for Comic Relief."

Alice, 12, Essex, England

"My school's having a crazy hair day!!"

Anne, 10, London, England

"In my school we're going to dress in our pyjamas. HELP!"

Rory, 11, Cardiff, Wales

"I am having a school fete in the morning and having a fun time in the afternoon."

Bethany-Ann, 11, Scotland

"A big group of us from our school are going on a big trip on Red Nose Day. We are doing a sponsored climb up Mount Snowdon! I can't wait! I know it's going to be hard but we've already made 1,000 for Comic Relief so it will be worth it."

Johnny, 11, Aberdeen, England

"Our school is doing a talent show, it starts on Wednesday but the final is on Friday. I'm doing some magic!"

Stella, 10, Liverpool, England

"Me and some friends are doing a 16-mile canoe trek. I think it will be a really good way to raise money for charity!"

Thomas, 14, London, England

"Me and my two friends are buying red noses and red coloured wigs and walking around school and town asking for donations."

Amber, 13, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland

"At our school me and some friends are organising a concert! My band is playing as well as some other bands, we have already sold 300 tickets and people keep buying them, so I think it's going to be great!"

Mattie, 13, Kent, England

"My school is having a non-uniform day but my big brother is doing this amazing thing at his college, they are trekking the Andes! He is there already and has been for the past week, I got some messages from him and he is finding it really tough but I'm really proud of him, they've raised nearly 10,000!"

John, 12, Lincoln, England

"I will get a bunch of people together and do a sponsored five-mile walk in pyjamas."

Mason, 11, England

"My class are all coming to school with their pyjamas on!!! I can't wait!"

Phoebe, 10, Berkshire, England

"Our school hasn't said if we're doing anything yet! PAH!"

Evangeline, 13, Wolverhampton, England

"We are having a pyjama day at school!"

Laura, 12, Hampshire, England

"This week to raise money our school is going to have a dodgeball competition, cake sale, sponges being thrown at teachers, non-uniform day which costs 2 and a two vs two basketball competition."

Charlotte, 14, Leicestershire, England

"Everyone is going to go to school in their pyjamas."

Katie, 11, Wales

"Red Nose Day is my birthday so I am going to do a three mile run (around the racecourse). That way I am getting fit and raising money at the same time!"

Megan, 10, West Yorkshire, England

"We are having a talent competition at school. Also, all the Year 6s have to run a stall. Me and my friend are running a bowling stall. It's gonna be great!!"

Anna, 11, Berkshire, England

"In school we are having no school uniform, and we all have to wear red!"

Lola, 14, Swansea, Wales

"I am going to ride around a block of houses 50 times!"

Scott, 13, Merseyside, England

"We have made books, mini-newspapers and bubble bath and sold them!!"

Lucy & Elise, 13 & 10, Wirral, England

"Me and my best mate are going to wear our school uniform back-to-front for the whole day (including underwear ecchhh). It's going to be hard. At the moment we have 340 together."

Kirsty, 11, Coventry, England

"I am going to school in my pyjamas and the school is doing a jelly wellie race."

Jack, 14, Scotland

"I am spraying my hair red and taking part in a school Comic Relief concert."

Milly, 13, Manchester, England

"In my school we have decided to dress up as clowns - ha ha. I am really happy that we are doing this."

Sonia, 10, Manchester, England

"Me and my class are giving up TV and computers for a whole week!"

Francesca, 11, Hertfordshire, England

"I'm running a mile with some GIANT funny glasses, red ears and a red wig (and my red nose!). I was going to wear a duck costume, but there were none left!"

Lamin, 13, Birmingham, England

"I am going to dye parts of my hair red and get dressed in my pyjamas."

Jessica, 8, Nottingham, England

"At my school, we are having a jumble sale and all the money raised goes to Comic Relief."

Hollie, 11, Fife, Scotland

"I'm going on a sponsored unicycle ride with my friends. We're going on a round trip of 16 miles."

Will, 13, Gosport, England

"I'll be humming I Just Can't Get Enough by The Saturdays all day!"

Claudia, 11, Cheshire, England

"I'm having a pyjamas day at school, but we are having a choccie sale first, from Monday to Thursday."

Lisselle, 9, Nottingham, England

"Our school is having a crazily colourful day. I am going to put on colourful fake nails but my friend is going to dye her hair red!"

Ella, 10, Lymington, England

"I am walking backwards for Comic Relief, but I don't know how I will do my Judo."

James, 11, Stockport, England

"My cousin is going to see how many silly faces he can pull in a minute, and at my school we are all going to bring in a pound and dress in non-uniform."

Courteney, 11, Essex, England

"I'm allowed to go into school as any book character as long as I make a donation."

Harvey, 10, Maidstone, England

"I'm not doing anything, but I sponsored the Mount Kilimanjaro group 5. :)"

Kate, 12, Northampton, England

"I am going to wear odd shoes and odd socks."

Usama, 11, Manchester, England

"I'm going to wear a red nose at school. Also, I might wear something red at school."

Hinna, 12, Woking, England

"Me, my sister and my aunty will be doing a cake sale where you buy one, make a funny face and get another one for free."

Amina, 13, Manchester

"It's got nothing to do with being funny, but me and my friend baked 104 cakes for our teachers."

Nancy, 8, London, England

"My class are doing a teacher slave auction to raise money for Comic Relief. It is on 11 March. We are hoping to sell each teacher for around 100. I can't wait!!!!!!!"

Rachel, 11, Essex, England

"I'm not doing much as our head is on a school trip all week in London with Year 8. Boo hoo."

Amanda, 11, Poole, England

"Me and my friends are walking the Forth Road bridge. We are walking across it in an afro and a red nose."

Megan, 11, Fife, Scotland

"My school are doing 'wear something funny for money' instead of 'do something for money'.

Amanda, 11, Middlesex, England

"I'm doing a mile walk during Friday lunchtime with a red wig on, my red nose on, massive clown shoes and my uniform back-to-front! It'll be fantastic. I've only raised 55p so far but I've still got family to ask yet!"

Matthew, 12, Sunderland, England

"Are school are dressing up in our pyjamas for the whole day, even the teachers are doing it!"

Brooke, 8, Coventry, England

"Me and my best friends are all going into school in our jammys and our red noses! We have raised over 60 already!"

Ellie, 10, Fife, Scotland

"Me and my friends are doing a sponsored silence and after school, a cake stall. The rest of the school are wearing non-uniform for 50p and after school the rest of the school is holding a Fairtrade sale with all Fairtrade stuff."

Felicia, 10, Cheshire, England

"I am doing a sponsored bike ride in my jammys!"

Ellie, 10, Dunfermline, Scotland

"We're doing a sponsored jog in our PJs. We have to run 20 times around the playground."

Emily, 11, UK

"At my school the teachers are doing a Strictly Come Dancing show and I am doing a sponsored pyjama wear and a sponsored silence! I will hopefully raise about 60!!! Go Comic Relief!"

Helena, 11, London, England

"We have to run a stall as part of our GCSE coursework. We are doing a game where you pop the balloons and there is a prize inside!"

Emma, 13, Reading, England

"At my school we are doing a joke session where you can win a red nose day t-shirt, and me and my friends are going to school wearing tutus!"

Charlea, 12, Kent, England

"We're going to have a short story competition and publish the winners in a book. I'm also going to dye my hair red and put it up in a faux-hawk."

Oliver, 13, Thatcham, England

"My school are dressing up in red all day which is hard because I have nothing red! And we're doing a silly talent show! The dress-up is 1 and the talet show is 3 to enter!!"

Emily, 11, Stockport, England

"Every class at my school is organising something different. My class are doing a sponsored silly walk."

Chris, 13, Somerset, England

"We are making superhero costumes and wearing them on Comic Relief Day."

Daniel, 12, Gloucester, England

"We are having the teachers in uniform and we get to wear our own clothes."

Nataliya, 12, Hounslow, England

"We're trying to row the channel on our rowing machines at school!"

Gaby, 11, Nottingham, England

"I'm doing a funny dressing-up day and a sponsored hula-hoop."

Ollie, 10, Croydon, England

"We get to bake cakes and sell them and we can come to school dressed up silly!"

Ria, 11, London, England

"We get to go to school in our PJs, have a slumber party and play on our teacher's Wii!"

Jasmine, 10, Frimley, England

"My school is dressing up as something funny on Friday 13 March. We have to give 1 to dress up. Also, on Thursday 5 March we bought books for 50p and the money was sent to Comic Relief and Blue Peter's Mission Nutrition."

Harry, 9, Bracknell, England

"We get to wear a red item and our red nose."

Charlotte, 10, Cottingham, England

"In our school we are dressing up as famous people! I am going as one of The Saturdays!"

April, 11, England

"In our school, all we get is a Non Uniform Day!!!"

Emily, 11, Newcastle, England

"We are allowed to wear our PJs to school."

Holly, 10, London, England

"Normally I just wear a red nose."

Katy, 10, Cheshire, England

"I'm going to dye my hair bright red!"

Ana, 12, Staines, England

"Me and my friends walked a mile tied to a ribbon on Saturday and raised over 135!"

Sophie, 13, Eastbourne, England

"There's nothing better than a sponsored silence. And that's what I'm doing!!!!!!"

Jenny, 11, Surrey, England

"I am being silent for the whole day whilst being joined together to two of my friends and eating crisps as much as I can for the day!"

Hope, 12, Cambridge, England

"In my school, we're having a talent contest, a disco, dressing up in funny clothes and selling cakes and sweets."

Lauren, 11, Glamorgan, Wales

"Me and all my friends are going to dress up in red. Also, our class are going to do a sponsored silence for the whole of the day!! I hope we can do it!"

Megan, 11, Stockton-on-Tees, England

"We can either wear red, come in our pyjamas or wear our pants over our trousers, like Superman."

Rea, 11, Fife, Scotland

"On Friday, me and a friend are tying our legs together for the whole day! Including netball in the afternoon!"

Helen, 13, Emsworth, England

"I organised a talent show where every pupil had to do something, even if it was just playing the music, and we raised 200 for Comic Relief. My friends and I are also painting our faces red on 13 March, and my family are all going on a long mountain walk all in Comic Relief clothing."

Isabel, 10, Neath, Wales

in my school all

"The boys might dress up as girls and all the girls dress up as boys!"

Kate, 9, Hove, England

"In my school, we're having a talent contest, a disco, dressing up in funny clothes and selling cakes and sweets."

Lauren, 11, Glamorgan, Wales

"Our school is having a crazy hair day, but me and my friend Millie are not going to say the letter 's' in any word! It's very hard work!"

Lucienne, 11, Oxford, England

"My school is selling joke books for Comic Relief!"

Richard, 10, Kent, England

"I have set up a 'wear your PJs to school' day. Our school is also organising a cake sale. I am also doing a show with my friends to show our friends and family. We all love acting, so we are doing what we love for a great cause!"

Sapphire, 10, London, England

"We are dressing up as people out of movies and books and TV shows."

Celeste, 12, Rochdale, England

"My school is going to go to school wearing something funny."

Naoise, 9, London, England

"I'm going to be selling buns around my school. They will be 50p each."

Beth, 9, Ballyclare, Northern Ireland

"My friends and I are organising a cake sale at our school to raise money for Comic Relief. It will be great fun!"

Holly, 13, London, England

"I'm doing a danceathon at my drama club and will hopefully be raising 60 for Comic Relief."

Gabby, 10, Leeds, England

"My school isn't doing anything, so I'm going to buy lots of red nose things and bake some cakes."

Matt, 10, Washington, England

"We have to dress up as story book characters at school."

Sabrina, 12, Middlesex, England

"Me and my brother are doing a sponsored swim."

Freya, 12, Wiltshire, England

"I am doing a sponsored silence. That will be a challenge as I am always talking. I think I will have to tape my lips closed!"

Laura, 11, Hadfield, England

"At school, we're doing something yummy for money instead of doing something funny for money. People have to bring in cakes and we have to pay for them."

Esther, 7, Isle of Man

"Last Friday, we had non-uniform day and we all brought 1 in. The sixth-formers dressed up, there were people from the 80s, ninja turtles, Spiderman, Mario (the game) and loads more things."

Ross, 12, Cockermouth, England

"I'm doing a red nose show."

Taryn, 6, Bristol, England

"We're holding a non-uniform day where everyone has to pay 1 towards Comic Relief."

Ayat, 12, London, England

"Our school is doing lots for Comic Relief. We're trying to beat our target of 3,000. Fingers crossed, we'll reach it."

Lyra, 14, Halifax, England

"My school is having a mad hair day."

Courtney, 9, Wolverhampton, England

"We are singing a choir song and holding a debate against another school at the town hall."

Jasmine, 9, Newcastle, England

"At our school, on red nose day we are going to all be in our sports hall doing something for 10 minutes. I think I am going to skip for 10 minutes."

Jashmini, 10, London, England

"I am doing a sponsored silence. I have raised over 50 already."

Kirsten, 11, Gloucester, England

"We are doing a walk around Liverpool to raise money for Comic Relief."

Nicole, 9, Wirral, England

"We're having a fancy dress party, but I don't know what to go as!!"

Rhiannon, 13, Newcastle, England

"Our school is having a funny hat day!!! And a non-uniform day!!! All the money we raise is for Comic Relief. I CAN'T WAIT!!

Karam, 10, Doncaster, England

"I'm doing a sponsored space-hopping race to the equivalent distance from my school to York!"

Callum, 11, Middlesbrough, England

"I am going to wear my pyjamas and a funny wig."

Alisha, 10, Luton, England

"My school is doing a new version of Britain's Got Talent!"

Diksha, 11, Berkshire, England

"At school, we are dressing up in red all day!"

Alicia, 11, Kent, England

"I am dressing up in my pyjamas. Me and two other friends planned to do it, but some people have copied us now."

Emma, 12, Dagenham, England

"Our school are dressing up as crazy scientists, with a bit of red on us."

Amy, 10, Horsham, England

"My school are selling red noses for 1 and as well as that, on Red Nose Day we get to come to school dressed up silly or in our pyjamas! To do that, we have to pay 20p. And if you're going to tell a joke or a funny presentation you have to pay 10p."

Nahida, 11, London, England

"I am making 100 cakes!!!!!!!! All in one day!"

Lily, 13, London, England

"My school is doing a show where even the teachers play around."

Charlotte, 12, Dartford, England

"In my school, we are doing a bring and buy sale for two weeks and we have already raised over a 100!!!"

Neelam, 15, Bradford, England

"Me and my friends are filling up a jar and taking it round school, and people have to guess how many sweets there are in it for 20p a go. The money goes to Comic Relief. We've already got 13.80."

Reece, 11, Rochdale, England

"I am spraying my hair red and I'm going to wear my red nose to my horse riding lesson!"

Chamy, 12, Hastings, England

"Our school is dressing up in red for money."

Sophie, 8, Oxfordshire, England

"I heard this boy in our school was going to have a bath in baked beans!!"

Sam, 12, Manchester, England

"I'm not doing it. I'll maybe just watch it on TV when it is on."

Andrew, 15, Lincolnshire, England

"Me and my friend are trying to do a sponsored silence. Fingers crossed."

Natalie, 11, Hitchin, England

"My brother's school are going to school in their pyjamas for the day to raise money!"

Alice, 11, England

"We are cooking a red nose meal from Jamie's red nose recipes for our family and charging them for the pleasure. After dinner, we are playing silly games and watching Comic Relief. Everyone has to wear red and bring something silly."

Lovell, ages 6 to 68, Chippenham, England

"Me and three friends have made a joke book which we are selling at school for 50p each, and all the money will go to Comic Relief."

Jo, 9, Molesey, England

"Me and my friends are dressing up in red and tying our hands together for one day!"

Niamh, 12, Swindon, England

"We are having a talent contest at school and me and my friend Charlotte are dancing to The Promise by Girls Aloud. My three other friends are dancing to Hannah Montanna. Rubbish! I hate Hannah Montana."

Shannon, 8, Northumberland, England

"I'm being silent for the ENTIRE day!!! So I can't shout at my mum in the morning when she tries to get me up! :("

Lucy, 14, Bucks, England

"I am wearing my PJs to school!!"

Amy, 12, Retford, England

"Our school is having a pyjama and bad hair day to raise money! It will be great fun!"

Issy, 11, Midlands, England

"Me and my friends are raising money by washing our neighbours car."

Katie, 10, Norwich, England

"I'm doing a sponsored silence with my friend. Altogether we have collected over 200, which I think is great."

Ruksarr, 13, London, England