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Teaching staff and pupils at Magdalen Academy in Lynn got in to the spirit of Children in Need by not having to get dressed.

They were allowed to wear their pyjamas to school and teachers including Ross Wilson also led the fun in fancy dress.

Looking bright and bubbly even though they were ready for bed, the day was a great success in fundraising.

Children in Need Fancy dress day at Magdalen Academy.Teacher Ross Wilson at the front, along with pupils and other staff members, all dressed for Children in Need. MLNF-21PM11138
Children in Need Fancy dress day at Magdalen Academy.Teacher Ross Wilson at the front, along with pupils and other staff members, all dressed for Children in Need. MLNF-21PM11138

Lisa Banks, office administrator said: "The children came to school in their pyjamas.

"They took part in the Joe Wicks work-out in the morning and looked at Children in Need videos and how they were helping others.

"Children could being in £1 on the day and a total of £52 was raised "



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