17th September 2004 at 01:00
The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children "Number Day" will be held on December 1. Run in partnership with Count On, the Government's maths-for-all project, the initiative aims to raise pound;200,000 for the Full Stop Appeal to end child cruelty. An accompanying key stage 1-3 resource pack, featuring NSPCCambassador Kylie Minogue, will be sent to schools in October. It contains ideas for fundraising games and classroomassembly activities. To register, Tel: 020 7825 2500 or visit


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