Seaton pupils wear PJs for Children in Need

PUBLISHED: 13:15 15 November 2019 | UPDATED: 13:23 18 November 2019

Reception class youngsters in their PJs for Children in Need. Picture: Chris Carson

Reception class youngsters in their PJs for Children in Need. Picture: Chris Carson

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Youngsters across East Devon dressed up to raise funds for Children in Need on Friday (November 15).

Seaton  pupils (l to r) Kain Coburn,Jessie Dare and Sienna Marks, all aged four. Picture: Chris CarsonSeaton pupils (l to r) Kain Coburn,Jessie Dare and Sienna Marks, all aged four. Picture: Chris Carson

Youngsters across East Devon dressed up to raise funds for Children in Need on Friday (November 15).

At Seaton Community Primary School all the pupils attended classes in their pyjamas and raised moire than £300 for the charity. They also held a 'Design a Pudsey' competition.

Pupils at Axminster Community Primary Academy dressed up for Children in Need. Picture: Chris CarsonPupils at Axminster Community Primary Academy dressed up for Children in Need. Picture: Chris Carson

And at Axminster Community Primary School they wore a variety of Pudsey-style spotty and striped outfits.

Youngsters across the Axe Valley dressed up to raise funds for Children in Need today (Friday November 15).

Pupils at Axminster Community Primary Academy dressed up for Children in Need. Picture: Chris CarsonPupils at Axminster Community Primary Academy dressed up for Children in Need. Picture: Chris Carson

The pupils brought in cakes to sell and raised £37.50 for the charity.

Head Ross Minton thanked everyone for their kindness and support for what was a 'wonderful cause'.

Reception class youngsters in their PJs for Children in Need. Picture: Chris CarsonReception class youngsters in their PJs for Children in Need. Picture: Chris Carson

At Uplyme Preschool children were invited to wear spotty clothes and made Pudsey Bear biscuits.

They raised £33 for Children in Need.

Year 2 children at Seaton completing the Joe Wicks Big Morning Move. Picture Jess BroomYear 2 children at Seaton completing the Joe Wicks Big Morning Move. Picture Jess Broom

By the start of this week the amount raised nationally for this year's Children in Need appeal was £47.9million

Preschool children at Uplyme raising fuinds for Children in Need. Picture:Janice FowlerPreschool children at Uplyme raising fuinds for Children in Need. Picture:Janice Fowler

Reception class youngsters in their PJs for Children in Need. Picture: Chris CarsonReception class youngsters in their PJs for Children in Need. Picture: Chris Carson

Pupils at Axminster Community Primary Academy dressed up for Children in Need. Picture: Chris CarsonPupils at Axminster Community Primary Academy dressed up for Children in Need. Picture: Chris Carson

Seaton  pupils (l to r) Kain Coburn,Jessie Dare and Sienna Marks, all aged four. Picture: Chris CarsonSeaton pupils (l to r) Kain Coburn,Jessie Dare and Sienna Marks, all aged four. Picture: Chris Carson

Preschool children at Uplyme raising fuinds for Children in Need. Picture:Janice FowlerPreschool children at Uplyme raising fuinds for Children in Need. Picture:Janice Fowler

Reception class youngsters in their PJs for Children in Need. Picture: Chris CarsonReception class youngsters in their PJs for Children in Need. Picture: Chris Carson


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