Bolton School Infants

Christmas Jumpers Help Save the Children

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Pupils brought festive cheer to Beech House’s halls and classrooms on the school’s Christmas Jumper Day. There were jumpers featuring snowmen, penguins, Christmas puddings and lots of reindeer. Some children chose jumpers that made them look like Santa Claus or one of his elves. There was also plenty of Christmas headgear!

The event was held to raise money for the charity Save the Children, with each child wearing a jumper donating £1.

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