Weird outfits helps boost primary school event
WACKY children put on crazy costumes as they enjoyed a day of bad taste.
Ryhall Church of England Primary School, in Ryhall, near Stamford, organised the day for its pupils earlier in the term.
They dressed up in the weirdest clothes they could get their hands on.
The school was filled with clashing colours, dated hair styles and more glitter spray than the final of the Strictly Come Dancing.
In return for the day out of school uniform the children brought a gift into the school.
All the gifts were sold back to the children at the Christmas market, which was held on Saturday, December 10.
In a special room the children picked an item as a Christmas present for their parents in secret which were then wrapped for them.
Parent governor at the school, Will Holroyd was delighted with the generosity of the children.
He added: “In this magical room the children get to choose and wrap a secret gift for their mum or dad.
“More than 160 gifts were donated by the children and staff and a great day was had by all.”