Generous donors give thousands over to this year’s Children in Need

PUBLISHED: 18:00 20 November 2018 | UPDATED: 09:17 22 November 2018

At Yatton Infant & Junior Schools, pupils made their own t-shirts for Children In Need. Picture: Mark Atherton

At Yatton Infant & Junior Schools, pupils made their own t-shirts for Children In Need. Picture: Mark Atherton

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Spots were sported across North Somerset this year, as hundreds of people turned out to support Children in Need.

At Kingshill Church School in Nailsea, children held an after-school fair dressed in Pudsey's trademark spots. Picture: Mark AthertonAt Kingshill Church School in Nailsea, children held an after-school fair dressed in Pudsey's trademark spots. Picture: Mark Atherton

Schools were out in force to raise money for the charity, which aims to provide a safe, happy, secure environment for children across the UK.

Many schools invited pupils to come in wearing Pudsey’s trademark spots, in return for a small donation.

At Kingshill Church School in Nailsea, spots were certainly the pattern of the day.

Court de Wyck Primary School in Claverham invited children to come to school dressed in pyjamas. Picture: Mark AthertonCourt de Wyck Primary School in Claverham invited children to come to school dressed in pyjamas. Picture: Mark Atherton

Dressed as the big-hearted bear himself, pupils helped to organise an after-school fair to raise money for charity.

At Court de Wyck Primary School in Claverham, pupils came dressed in pyjamas, with their favourite teddy bear in tow.

There was also a guess the name of the teddy competition and a bake sale was held after school.

Children at Clevedon Montessori Nursery were asked to wear animal ears to school. Picture: SubChildren at Clevedon Montessori Nursery were asked to wear animal ears to school. Picture: Sub

Pupils from Yatton infant and junior schools got creative making their own Pudsey T-shirts for Children In Need.

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