Watton pupils in the pink for charity
There were pink wigs, cowboy hats, eyelashes and even teenage lads with pink fingernails.There was only one colour being talked about at Watton's Wayland Community High School as hundreds of pounds were raised for the Breast Cancer Campaign.
There were pink wigs, cowboy hats, eyelashes and even teenage lads with pink fingernails.
There was only one colour being talked about at Watton's Wayland Community High School as hundreds of pounds were raised for the Breast Cancer Campaign. Pupils and staff joined in and stalls and games were organised.
Joe Mather, 15 - who had his legs waxed at lunchtime for the cause - said: “It has been a brilliant effort by everyone today.”
He said the idea for the waxing came after he was seen to have the hairiest legs in a PE lesson.
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Zoe Howcroft, 12, said: “It has been really fun with everyone in pink. It is my favourite colour.”
Head of year 11 Linda Mason co-ordinated the day and praised the enthusiasm of staff and pupils.
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