Look how bright Bath pupils are on special dressing-up day
A Bath primary school was transformed into a rainbow of colour as the children dressed up to raise money for charity.
Widcombe Infant School hosted its annual charity day and this year decided to put its fundraising efforts behind Macmillan Cancer Support.
There was a whole host of activities organised throughout the day.
And all the pupils were encouraged to wear brightly coloured clothing.
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The day began with the children and their families enjoying a continental breakfast, which included croissants donated by Larkhall Butchers.
All the youngsters then took part in a sponsored obstacle run, before a table top sale was held after school.
Reception teacher Sophie Turner said that the charity was a cause close to the hearts of many staff and parents in the community.
She said: "We are extremely grateful to the children's families and to our staff for all their efforts to make this a fun day, and for their support in raising as much money as we can for Macmillan Cancer Support.
"We would also like to thank Larkhall Butchers for donating the croissants for our charity breakfast."