Pupils in Cranbrook celebrate David Walliams Day!

PUBLISHED: 11:00 30 June 2018

Pupils dressed up as David Walliams' characters at St Martin's Primary School in Cranbrook.

Pupils dressed up as David Walliams' characters at St Martin's Primary School in Cranbrook.

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Youngsters at St Martin's Primary School in Cranbrook transformed themselves into some of David Walliams' most-loved characters on Friday.

Teachers and pupils enjoy 'Walliams Day' at St Martin's Primary School in Cranbrook.Teachers and pupils enjoy 'Walliams Day' at St Martin's Primary School in Cranbrook.

The fancy dress was part of Walliams Week, which runs from June 25 to July 1.

The week celebrates a decade of David Walliams’ stories for children.

Tracy Stokes, higher level teaching assistant at St Martin’s, said: “We decided we would go for a ‘David Walliams Day’ to raise money for an audio station for our library.

“The children have been very excited.

Pupils dressed up as David Walliams' Gangsta Granny at St Martin's Primary School in Cranbrook.Pupils dressed up as David Walliams' Gangsta Granny at St Martin's Primary School in Cranbrook.

“David Walliams is very popular at our school!”

As well as holding the day, which saw youngsters dress up as Gangsta Grannies, Demon Dentists - and even The Boy in the Dress - the school put on a movie and popcorn night after the school day last Friday.

David’s debut novel, The Boy in the Dress, was published in 2008.

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