Some hair-raising activities have taken place at Pamphill First School.
Children paid a pound to attend with a bizarre hairstyle to raise funds to buy Chrome books for teaching and remote learning.
The styles ranged from green tops to food-inspired creations.
Head of school Rachael Oliver said: “Our Parent Teacher and Friends Association does wonderful work and this day was to help raise some more funds for them.
“We managed to acquire some Chrome books with government funds and the PTFA were able to buy some more so we now have 16.
“They also funded a charging trolley so the tablets are always fully charged when we need to use them.
“The Crazy Hair Day was a way of raising some money to support what the PTFA does for us all.
“Children loved it as did some of the staff and after a hard year with Covid and the lockdowns it gave us all some light relief.”
Pamphill First School is part of Wimborne Academy Trust (WAT) and its chief executive Liz West said: “This looked like a fun day that put smiles of faces.
“Importantly though it supported the PTFA which works extremely hard to provide extra resources to Pamphill.”
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