Bobbles on!

Thanks for signing up and taking part in Bobble Hat Day 2016

Girl in Santa hat

We've got everything you need to make your day a success, including fun ideas on how to get involved and raise money to support our Childline services.

Download your Bobble Hat school resources below, and if you have any questions, email us at

This resources page will be available until the end of January. Remember to bookmark it so you can come back and download more materials if you need them!

Fun ideas for your school

Bobble Hat Day
It's simple - bring in £2 and wear your best bobble hat or your silliest Christmas hat..., come as Santa, an elf, a reindeer, or even a Christmas pudding!

Christmas concert
Spread some festive cheer and wear your hat for a Christmas singalong. Pass the hat around to collect donations.

Bobble Hat relay
On your marks, get set, go! Get into teams, get your bobble hat on and you're ready for your bobble hat relay! Pass the hat at the changeover (not the baton), pop it on your head and sprint!

Hats on and party!
Donate £2 and 'deck your hat' with sparkles and glitter – make the tallest, smallest or most Christmassy hat for your Christmas party.

Paying in your money

Bobble Hat Day logo

Paying by cheque
If you have already taken part in Bobble Hat Day and collected money, please download the paying in form and write the code 173218 on the back of each cheque. Post your cheques and any sponsor forms to enable us to claim gift aid to:

Schools Bobble Hat Day 173218
Weston House
42 Curtain Road
London, EC2A 3NH

Please collect the money raised by the end of term, and make sure that pupils, parents and staff are aware of your deadline. If anyone brings in cash, we'd be very grateful if your school could issue a cheque for the amount raised.

Contact the Bobble Hat Day Team.

Thank you for supporting Bobble Hat Day 2016.

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