Hadleigh school’s children enjoy day in their pyjamas for Children in Need
- Credit: Gregg Brown
Gruffalos, dinosaurs and Minions all made an appearance at St Mary’s Primary School in Hadleigh today as part of Children in Need.
The school’s non-uniform day allowed the children to come in dressed in their pyjamas or a onesie.
They also took part in various other Children in Need-themed activities and raised £140 for the charity.
Headteacher Andrew Frolish said: “Today the children in early years have done things like making Pudsey cakes, doing Pudsey counting with a Pudsey number line, using it to make other subjects more exciting.
“It’s been lovely to see all the different colours and different styles. Some of them have fantastic outfits.
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“They enjoyed that and they have been very excitable all day.
“It’s something quite easy for the children to get involved in, Children in Need.”
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