Onesie fun at Park Lane School in Whittlesey

Park Lane School, Whittlesey. Year 6 counting out the money for Children in Need.

Park Lane School, Whittlesey. Year 6 counting out the money for Children in Need. - Credit: Archant

Pupils and staff at Park Lane School in Whittlesey put on their PJs to raise buckets of money for Children In Need.

The school held its annual charity day to support the BBC fund raising mission and brought in more than £500.

Children and staff wore their onesies or pyjamas and reception children brought in their teddy bears to “Pudesyfy” them.

Pupils held a sponsored silence, there were colouring competitions, a cake bake and raffles while teachers used Children In Need themes for maths and literacy lessons.

Pupils brought in pennies which were used to fill giant hoops in the playground to recreate giant money spots.

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