Leaders at Alvaston Moor Academy don Pudsey onesies to mark BBC Children in Need
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Michelle Strong, principal at Alvaston Moor Academy – part of Archway Learning Trust - donned a full yellow Pudsey onesie along with vice principal Kate Broomfield, while assistant principal Luke Platts and teacher Zoe Hughes also came out in yellow Pudsey outfits for the day.
Mrs Strong, who traditionally wears her Pudsey onesie on BBC Children in Need day, said she thought it was a very important charitable cause to support.
She said: “It’s far more comfortable than wearing a suit! It’s important to show the children that we all support charities and we are all human and there are different strands to headship.
“Our students benefit from some of the money that goes into the community.”
Alvaston Moor Academy students were allowed to come to school not wearing their uniform, and donated to BBC Children in Need.