Pupils at Clerkhill School have taken part in a day of Pudsey-themed activities to raise funds for Children in Need.
The pupils took part in a host of fun activities including a whole-school ‘Pudsey Drive’ and a design-a-Pudsey competition.
Pupils and staff took the opportunity to dress down and wear their favourite onesies, and Pudsey Bear merchandise was on sale throughout the day.
Commenting, head teacher Jonathan Cordiner said: “Our house captains have taken responsibility for organising our fund-raising today.
“As a school, we are currently working towards becoming a UNICEF Rights Respecting School. This involves looking at how some children in this country and further afield do not have basic necessities that we take for granted.
“It is great to see to see the whole school joining together to raise as much as we can for Children in Need.”