28 June 2013 in England and Wales
21 June 2013 in Scotland
Dress up, blend in…put your pennies in the tin. Camo Day is a chance for schools to show they care about our Forces and their families with a simple non-uniform day.
It's part of Armed Forces Day celebrations in 2013.
Last year nearly 20,000 children, from more than 100 schools, took part in Camo Day. Join them for 2013! It's easy, wear something camoflage, find some facepaint, have a great day!
If you're a teacher, sign your school up now to receive your Camo Day resources pack. Every school that signs up will be entered into our prize draw for £100 of sports equipment for your school.
If you're a parent, please let your child’s teacher know about Camo Day and ask them to sign up.
Camo Day means SSAFA can continue to provide a lifetime of support to our Forces, past and present, and their families. We are a national charity that works on a local level, so all money raised by your school will help people in your local community.
Check out our Camo Day fun classroom activities for some ideas. Once you've signed up we'll send you more resources and information to help plan your Camo Day.
Check out our photo gallery for ideas.