hosted a coffee morning for Macmillan, with parents queuing up to sample all the delicious cakes on offer.
And after that, everyone headed for the school gym where there was a ‘pink parade’ for breast cancer awareness, with all the kids paying a pound to dress in pink.
Once that was done, the parents and staff were entertained by talented singers, musicians and dancers from the school.
It proved a great event, with the children raising between £400 and £500 for Macmillan and a further £100 for Breast Cancer UK.
School secretary, Coral Small, said: “The parents all bought tickets for the coffee morning and it was very busy.
“We decided several years ago to do it this way, for both charities, so we had the coffee morning for Macmillan and the ‘pink parade’ for Breast Cancer.
“We combine the two and just have a day of madness.”
The event is organised by the p5/6 class, along with their teacher, Shona Caldwell, each year as part of an enterprise project.
Sweet tooth Pupils Ruby O’Hara and Jay Bryce with school cook Fiona Smith