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St Paul’s Primary in Whitechapel celebrate Red Nose Day

PUBLISHED: 15:22 15 March 2013 | UPDATED: 15:23 15 March 2013

St Paul's Primary schoolchildren and staff get on the Red Nose Day spirit.

St Paul's Primary schoolchildren and staff get on the Red Nose Day spirit.

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These little ones dressed in their fundraising best to celebrate Red Nose Day at school today.

St Paul's Primary schoolchildren and staff get on the Red Nose Day spirit.St Paul's Primary schoolchildren and staff get on the Red Nose Day spirit.

Pupils from St Paul’s Whitechapel CE School in Wellclose Square, really got into the swing of things by clutching themed balloons and wearing red to school.

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