Wigs, tutus and onsies donned for Hayle Community School's charity day
Hayle Community School was a sea of pink and blue today as pupils turned up without their uniforms to raise money for cancer charities.
Tutus, wigs and onsies were just some of the outfits worn at the secondary school’s Pink and Blue Day, which supports both male and female cancer awareness charities.
Pupils and teachers were encouraged to leave behind their usual school attire and instead wear an item of pink or blue clothing in exchange for a donation.
Head teacher Chris Jackman said that everyone entered into the spirit of the day.
She added: “Staff and students never cease to amaze with their generosity and this year raised the wonderful sum of £270.”