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Red Nose Day 2021

Share A Smile

The children were asked to write their favourite joke to celebrate Red Nose Day.  Thank you to all the children who took part - here are a few to share.  You will find more jokes displayed around school for you to read and enjoy.  We have also photographed and tagged a few to @comicrelief on our Twitter feed - @CofENewton.

 

smiley What kind of tree fits in your hand?  A:  A palm tree!  by Freya B, Y5

laugh What do you get if you cross a sheep with a kangaroo?  A:  A woolly jumper!  by Sam, Y4

wink What do you call a box full of ducks?  A:  Quackers!  by Hattie, FS

smiley How many tickles does it take to make an octopus laugh?  A:  Tentickles!  by Alex, Y3

laughWhat  do you call a bear with no teeth? A: A gummy bear! by Amelia H, FS

winkWhat did the science book say to the maths book? A: Wow, you've got problems!  by Jessica, Y4

smileyWhat do you call a lumberjack that's sleeping? A: A Slumberjack! by Finlay, Y3

laughWhy are pirates called pirates? A: Because they Aaargh! by Lily, Y6

winkPatient: 'Doctor, doctor, I'm turning invisible'. Doctor 'I'm sorry I can't see you today' by Ethan, Y3

smileyWhat did one hat say to the other? A: You stay here, I will go on a head! (unnamed, but funny!)

angelWho shouted 'knickers' at the Big, Bad Wolf? A: Little Rude Riding Hood  by William B, Y2

winkWhy are dinner ladies mean? A: Because they batter fish, crack eggs and whip cream! by Austin, Y2

laughWhere do sheep go to get their hair cut?  A:  To the baaaaaarber!  (unnamed)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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