Pupils throw in the sponge
Staff were up for charity soaking
Pupils have had a chance to exact revenge on those pesky teachers at Gallowhill Primary School – and managed to raise some money at the same time.
The stockades were dusted down and brought back into action at the Paisley school as the pupils paid for the privilege of pelting their teachers and janitors with wet sponges.
Headteacher Shelia Hood was game for a laugh as she put herself up for a soaking and teacher Craig McLaughlin also put his face on the line for the good of the school.
The pupils also got some pay back for all the times jannie Tom Downs had given them a ticking off for dropping litter in the playground as he was subjected to the wet sponge treatment.
A big hats-off to the game teachers and staff for putting their faces up for a pummelling.
It was all fun and games on the day and the pupils and staff managed to raise a fantastic £180 for school funds which will go towards organising school trips.
Making a splash Pupils and staff raised £180 for school funds Wet, wet, wet Headteacher Sheila Hood with, from left, Dylan Brown, Cole Lambie and Millie Garvey