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Spalding, Tydd, Weston Hills, West Pinchbeck and Whaplode kids raise money for Children In Need




Schools in the area have been raising money for Children In Need today.

At Tydd St Mary Primary, children came in clothes to 'brighten their day', some in Pudsey-wear, some in pyjamas and others in their favourite fancy dress outfit.

This afternoon they are attempting the Strictly Children in Need Dance in their class bubbles.

Children In Need at Tydd St Mary Primary School (43121538)
Children In Need at Tydd St Mary Primary School (43121538)

With online donations and a collection in school today, £230 has been raised so far.

At Weston Hills Primary, Oak Class School Council representatives Cam and Theo organised a non-uniform day to support their class chosen national charity Children in Need (each class has chosen a local, national and international charity to support this year).

The children wore yellow, spots or bright clothes and the class has collected £140 for the charity so far.

At Whaplode Primary, pupils made a donation to wear non-school uniform. The amount has not yet been added up.

Children In Need at Whaplode Primary School (43121530)
Children In Need at Whaplode Primary School (43121530)

Students and staff at Spalding Academy have given generously to their Just Giving pageafter being invited to wear wacky socks and Pudsey headwear today.

Spalding Acadamey students join in the Children In Need fun. (43123091)
Spalding Acadamey students join in the Children In Need fun. (43123091)

Pictured are Year 7 students Danielle Dixey, Amelia Wywrot, Zara Stafford, Luke Orton, Jessica Gildon and Ida Krzemnska, Year 9 students Sienna Moon, Naomi Warren and Millie Lawrence, with executive deputy head teacher Brett Sinclair, assistant head teachers Daisy Bland and Ian Billinghurst and operations and systems manager Alex Roffe.

At St Bartholomew’s Primary School in West Pinchbeck, children came in dressed in pyjamas and onesies in exchange for a £1 donation towards Children in Need.

The staff enjoyed getting involved too, and also sold Pudsey wristbands.



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