Gallery: Pupils at Marshland High School got in the festive spirit for charity with their Christmas jumpers
Students at Marshland High School dressed up in their best Christmas jumpers to help raise money on a national fundraising day.
The school raised more than £250 by lunchtime on Friday, with donations going to the charity Save The Children.
The entire school, including the staff, are invited to take part in Christmas Jumper Day every year, with parents paying a small donation if their child wants to participate.
This year marks the 10th Christmas Jumper Day, which was started by Save the Children in 2012.
Schools, nurseries, workplaces and families across the country take part in the annual December event.
Mr Thomas Duce, deputy headteacher at Marshland High School, which is part of West Norfolk Academies Trust, said: "Christmas Jumper Day is a fun way for everyone at Marshland High School to get involved with raising money for Save The Children.
“Students and staff wear their festive jumpers on December 10th.
“We like supporting Save the Children as 100 per cent of proceeds goes directly to supporting children around the world who desperately need help right now.
“We have taken part since Christmas Jumper Day started in 2012 and it is a fun way to raise money to help protect the magic for children around the world.
“Today was lovely to see so many of our students and staff getting involved."