School uniforms were swapped for some wonderful woollies at the end of term.
Pupils across West Norfolk took part in Christmas Jumper Day to spread some cheer and raise money for charity.
St Edmund’s Academy in North Lynn raised £110 for the Macmillan Cancer Support group based at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn.
Next month the whole school moves to its new site in Greenpark Academy.
Headteacher Jill Graver said: “The children really enjoyed wearing their festive clothing, we had some with bells, flashing lights and sequins.
“Knowing they were raising money for such a worthy cause made it all the more enjoyable for them. We are already looking forward to more fundraising events when we get to Greenpark Academy.”
Youngsters at Magdalene House Preparatory School in Wisbech raised £607 for North Lynn-based charity Scotty’s Little Soldiers with their jumper day.