TODAY lots of fun activities are taking place so people can fundraise for Children in Need.
Below is a list of all the great ideas that schools and businesses have come up with in Portsmouth, Fareham, Gosport and Havant.
Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School is having a pyjama day.
Craneswater Junior School is having a cake sale as well as getting their students to dress in their pyjamas.
Fernhurst Junior School is inviting their pupils to wear something spotty.
Flying Bull Primary and Nursery School is getting their students to dress in their pyjamas.
Beacon View Academy is holding a pyjama day.
Langstone Infant School is having a non-uniform day and getting the students to bring in their favourite teddy bears.
Lyndhurst Junior School is getting their pupils to wear something odd that ranges from wearing their clothes back to front or wearing odd shoes.
Manor Infant School is inviting their students to wear their pyjamas into school.
Mayville High School has got their pupils wearing odd shoes and socks. There was also a sponsored walk.
Mary Rose School has invited their students to wear non-uniform, sell Pudsey-inspired cakes, take part in a raffle and do the lucky dip.
Meon Junior School students are dressing up.
Meredith Infant School is encouraging their students to wear something spotty.
Northern Parade Junior School is holding a cake sale and dressing in pyjamas. They are also trying to fill a giant Pudsey on the floor with money.
Solent Junior School are holding a cake sale.
Victory Primary School is welcoming Pudsey at their breakfast club and wearing pyjamas.
Wimbourne Junior School is dressing up as superheroes, having a best dressed competition and having a sweet raffle.
Alverstoke Infant School is having a pyjama day.
Grange Junior has invited their students to wear onesies.
Leesland Infant School pupils are wearing spots.
Brockhurst Junior School in Gosport is holding a book and toy stall as well as having the students dressing up.
Warren Park Primary School is having a pyjama day.
Morelands Primary School students are dressing as superheroes.
Purbrook Junior School are dressing for a Wacky Day
St. Thomas More’s Catholic Primary School pupils are wearing keeping safe non-uniform day and having a visit from Pudsey.
Harrison Primary School in Fareham has their teachers dressed in pyjamas and are tricking the children into thinking they slept in the playground overnight.
Redlands Primary School are inviting Pudsey to the school.
The Spinnaker Tower is having two members of staff getting their legs waxed. They are also running a raffle for visitors where the winner can choose a colour for the tower to be lit up in.