Jim-jams fun for pupils
NAILSEA School pupils felt right at home when they arrived in lessons wearing their pyjamas.
The non-uniform day raised �895 for the Cots for Tots Appeal, helping fund a new �1million intensive care suite at St Michael’s Hospital in Bristol.
Other charity day events included sixth formers Danielle Marks, Sammy Roche and Aimee Stokes baking 200 cupcakes, brownies and flapjacks between them to sell to hungry fellow students.
Pupils also pelted wet sponges at brave teachers Catherine Moretti, Chris Smith, Sara Currie, Jenny Wild and Rebecca Thomas during torrential downpours.
The school holds four charity days per year, each organised by a different house who choose their own cause.
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This year students have raised more than �2,500 for the World Challenge Expedition to Cambodia and Thailand, Voluntary Services Overseas and for its link school in Tanzania.
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