Close-knit Lees school’s seasonal sweaters

Keighley News: Lees Primary School pupils wearing their Christmas jumpers with learning support assistants Susan Simkins (left) and Tracey Thornber Lees Primary School pupils wearing their Christmas jumpers with learning support assistants Susan Simkins (left) and Tracey Thornber

Staff and students at Lees Primary School donned seasonal sweaters to raise cash for Save the Children.

The 210-pupil school gave its backing to the charity’s Christmas Jumper Day before the festive holidays.

“All the children were asked to come to school in festive jumpers – or sweaters they’d decorated themselves – and bring in silver-coloured coins,” said school administrator Sharon Treece.

“We had some wonderful creations, including some with flashing lights!”

About £100 was raised, and collections from the school’s nativity performances also went to the cause.

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