Westfields Infants School organised the fundraising fancy-dress day in aid of several charities
Children came to school dressed as grizzly bears, spiders and lambs to raise money for a charity that has touched their hearts.
Year 2 pupils at Westfields Infant School in Yateley have been learning about food and farming this term.
Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue recently visited pupils to talk to them about the work they do rescuing wild animals and from then the schoolchildren wanted to raise money for the Camberley charity.
On October 22 pupils came dressed as their favourite animals.
Vanessa Baker, event organiser at the school, said: “Children donated money so they could come to school in fancy dress. We had giraffes, bears, rabbits, zebras, spiders, donkeys, lambs, butterflies, the lot. Some children wore onesies while others came in homemade costumes and there were faces painted too.
“When the charity visited us they brought some baby hedgehogs with them and the children wanted to support the work that the rescue centre did.”
Children also donated old towels and newspapers to be used for animal bedding. The charity aims to give creatures a second chance and last year volunteers responded to more than 1,600 wildlife casualties.
Fundraising activities continued this week with a cake sale. Money is also being raised for The Guide Dogs For The Blind Association.