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Save the Children charity gets a boost from fundraising at Surfleet Primary School

Children at Surfleet Primary School got into the spirit of Christmas - and helped raise money for charity at the same time.

It is an annual tradition for pupils to wear something festive at the end of the year and it's all in aid of the charity Save the Children.

Class teacher Anett Baxter said: "We encourage the children to come in something festive or in festive colours to mark the year's end (it doesn't have to be Christmas jumpers) and they all contribute £1 each towards the charity.

"We do an assembly about the Save the Children charity and explain where the money is going to and why we do it and it is not just because it is Christmas but it has a special meaning to it."

The day raised £64 for the charity.


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