Children in Need: Harrison Primary School, Fareham

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Pupils at Harrison Primary School in Fareham used the power of fashion to do their bit for Children in Need.

The children were asked to dress up in yellow and spotty clothes, inspired by the charity’s mascot Pudsey Bear.

The pupils were taking part in this years BBC Children in Need campaign, and the students and teachers raised more then £400 to help disadvantaged children in the UK and all over the world.

Headteacher Carolyn Clarke said: ‘We believe everyone should have the opportunity to thrive, and Children in Need does a huge amount of good work.’

As well as wearing bright clothes a group of Year 6 children organised a cake sale, which was held after school.

Mrs. Clarke said: ‘I am really proud, they completely organised it themselves in their own time, including the baking’

Schools and businesses across the region took part in the annual BBC fundraiser.

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