Rockfield School ‘rocks’ Christmas jumpers

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Pupils and staff at Oban’s Rockfield Primary School had that warm, fuzzy feeling when wearing Christmas jumpers helped them raise hundreds of pounds.

Festive sparkle and cheer filled the classrooms and corridors on the Oban campus when one Friday earlier this month was declared official Christmas Jumper Day.

Depute head Laura Fawdry said: ‘What a wonderful array of designs and colours appeared in school!

Bright and cheery Christmas jumpers raised more than £200 for Rockfield Primary School funds
Rockfield Primary elves on their best behaviour
Rockfield youngsters are getting excited for Christmas Day


Teaching staff member Dave Ainscough joins in the jumper fun with pupils at Rockfield Primary School

‘The pupils, teachers and support staff have gone out of their way to come up
with ingenious ideas for decorating their class doors for Christmas!’

Snowmen and even the Grinch were just some of the ideas youngsters came up with as excitement for December 25 builds.

The £275.27 made from Christmas Jumper Day will be added to more funds to come from the school party day and the PTA raffle.

Ms Fawdry added: ‘A huge thank you to everyone who was able to contribute to this and the money will go to the school fund.’


Caption: Saying it with jumpers ….Merry Christmas