Youngsters enjoy Children In Need
- Credit: St Francis
Schools in North Somerset enjoyed Children In Need.
Children and staff at St Martin's School in Worle were invited to take part in a mufti non-uniform day in exchange for a donation.
All classes enjoyed dance activities during the day, along with this year's theme of Strictly Come Dancing, and also took part in a special assembly.
The kitchen staff also cooked up a special Pudsey lunch menu in the week for the children to enjoy.
Children at St Francis School in Nailsea had a surprise visit from Pudsey Bear as part of their Children in Need fund raising day.
The children had chosen 'strictly sparkly' as their theme and they wore their best ballroom dancing outfits, sparkly hairbands and bow-ties in place of their School uniform.
Pudsey visited each class and joined in the fun including races on the playground helping to raise lots of money for Children in Need
- 1 Castle Batch monument uncovered
- 2 What are the chances of a white Christmas in Somerset?
- 3 7 rescue pets looking for forever homes this Christmas in Somerset
- 4 Christmas lights switch-on and festivities announced for Weston
- 5 Business park to off-set carbon emissions
- 6 Man sentenced to at least 24 years for trying to kill his parents
- 7 Eight things we learned from the prime minister's briefing
- 8 Weston AFC are "looking and expecting" to beat Dorchester Town says Bartlett
- 9 Tributes paid to 'bright, beautiful, gentle soul' who died after being found injured
- 10 Weston pub attracts crowds for Christmas light switch on