GALLERY: Wimblington Primary School holds charity pyjama day - and staff join in

16:57 20 November 2012

Thomas Eaton Primary School, Wimblington. Pyjama day for Children in Need

Thomas Eaton Primary School, Wimblington. Pyjama day for Children in Need

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THOMAS Eaton Primary School, Wimblington, held a pyjama day last Friday in support of Children in Need.

Even the staff ditched conventional attire and instead showed up for work looking like they had just got out of bed.

The school held a sponsored fun run around the playground and each class had a story session.

Some children wrote and performed their own pop songs, while others designed new outfits for Pudsey and unveiled their masterpieces at a fashion show.

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