There have been some truly super heroes getting into the spirit of Children in Need today (Friday).
Everythiing from virtually a whole school wearing onesies at Kesteven and Sleaford High School, to a slave auction of sixth formers at St George’s Academy. (They also staged a St George’s staff volleyball match in fancy dress and key stage three children organised fundraising stalls, games and buskers.)
At Carre’s Grammar School students were invited to pay to pose in a seaside style Superman caricature photo booth while student Callum Hutton was challenged by headteacher Nick Law to perform on stage as Elvis if staff contributed £100.
There were heroes galore at William Alvey Primary School including a class full of Spidermen and at St Botolph’s Primary School in Quarrington they held a Great Bake Off with prizes for Key Stage 1, 2 and staff. The four judges were faced with a sea of cakes to somehow select the final three.
There was fundraising going on in local businesses too including a cake sale at Lloyd’s Bank by staff and Gregg’s bakery staff donned Pudsey onesies.
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