Spots and sparkles for Children in Need at Dunmow Primary School

PUBLISHED: 14:25 22 November 2017 | UPDATED: 16:44 22 November 2017

Year Three at Dunmow Primary. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO

Year Three at Dunmow Primary. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO

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At Dunmow Primary School, to raise money for BBC Children in Need, pupils and teachers were invited to come into the school dressed as spots and sparkles, in exchange for donations.

Year Two at Dunmow Primary. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO Year Two at Dunmow Primary. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO

Headteacher Kevin Watts lead by example wearing purple leggings, a white top decorated with hugh, colourful spots and glitter all over his face. He completed his outfit with a headdress of shiney balls on springs.

Year One pupils at Dunmow Primary with Kate Flynn. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO Year One pupils at Dunmow Primary with Kate Flynn. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO

The children arrived in gloriously glittery get-up and raised £520.25. They also had a “bounce off” in the afternoon when there was a race between children and staff to see who could cover the length of the school hall fastest on a space hopper. It was difficult to say who won or lost in the melee.

Reception pupils at Dunmow Primary. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO Reception pupils at Dunmow Primary. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO

There were also prizes in Pudsey Bear competition to see who could create the most sparkling Pudsey on paper. This was judged by teacher Colette Brace who picked five winners,

Year Five at Dunmow Primary with their Spots and Sparkles. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO Year Five at Dunmow Primary with their Spots and Sparkles. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO

Year Six at Great Dunmow doing Pudsey proud. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO Year Six at Great Dunmow doing Pudsey proud. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO

Headteacher Kevin Watts with his pupils at Dunmow Primary School. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO Headteacher Kevin Watts with his pupils at Dunmow Primary School. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO

Going crackers for Children in Need at Dunmow Primary, headteacher Kevin Watts with Rosie Jones and Joshua Mahony. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO Going crackers for Children in Need at Dunmow Primary, headteacher Kevin Watts with Rosie Jones and Joshua Mahony. Picture: SAFFRON PHOTO

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