Sharing what you get up on 14th June is a great way to spread the message of Norfolk Welcomes, and to connect with other people across the county who are trying to build positive, friendly communities for everyone. If you want to, here are a few simple ideas on how to share:

Tell your parents and carers about the day

Here is some text to share with parents and carers to explain Norfolk Welcomes and the non-uniform day

Thanks to our partners at the University of East Anglia, we also have Norfolk Welcomes stickers for children at participating schools. Just get in touch at and let us know which school you represent and how many you would like.

Send us your photos

You could take a picture of the work your pupils produce on the day or take one of  you and your class with our poster. Send your photos to us or share them on Twitter with the hashtag #Norfolk Welcomes. Click here to download your Norfolk Welcomes poster

Please remember that when sharing images online permission must be sought from the children and their parents/carers and that no names or ages should be shared alongside the image.

Photography by Verity Conway

Share your Norfolk Welcomes celebrations online

You could post a description of what you’ve done on your school website, your school’s Twitter feed or our Twitter feed at #NorfolkWelcomes (and please Follow us: @NorwichSOS).

Taking part in Norfolk Welcomes could be your first step in becoming a School of Sanctuary!

Find out how as a school you can make a commitment to creating a safe and welcoming community for everyone, here.