Schools across the area made their faces ‘funny for money’.
And there was plenty of red, pyjama and onesie wearing too.
De Aston School raised an amazing £2,000 plus for Comic Relief from their antics.
A staff v student netball match had the sports hall buzzing and there were cakes, tombola and name card to spend money on in the dining hall, while the corridors were filled with music from the buskers.
And of course, there were plenty of weird and wacky outfits and funny faces to admire too.
Legsby Primary School Pupils were in the frame for fun as they dressed in wonderful ways and had a selfie competition to raise money for Comic Relief.
But amidst all the hilarity, they took a serious look too at the way Comic Relief spend their funds and also had a debate on the right to an education.
There was a riot of red at Osgodby Primary School and the price for ditching uniform for the day included a red nose crispie bun, made by children in Class 3 from the cereal donation from His Church left over from the previous week’s breakfast with books event.