Pan-tastic day

PUBLISHED: 11:34 15 December 2006 | UPDATED: 19:53 01 June 2010

Pic: Peter Upton

Pic: Peter Upton

Peter Pan Day at St Peter s School, in Wisbech, was packed with activities for both children and staff – and helped to raise more than £200 for Great Ormond Street Children s Hospital. Pupils made finger puppets, treasure maps and galleons, wrote poems an

Peter Pan Day at St Peter's School, in Wisbech, was packed with activities for both children and staff - and helped to raise more than £200 for Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital.

Pupils made finger puppets, treasure maps and galleons, wrote poems and made posters based on the new Peter Pan film. They also watched a Peter Pan video. Staff and pupils dressed up as characters from the story, raising £74 for the charity.

Headteacher Judith Skelton spent the day as the crocodile and there were prizes for the best costumes. The mayor, Councillor David Oliver, dropped in and the vicar of All Saints', the Rev Alan Landell, took a special assembly.


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