Students and staff went crackers for Christmas jumpers to help raise money for charity.
The school’s corridors and classrooms were brightened up with colourful jumpers featuring Rudolph, elves, Santa Claus and snowmen as Highfields came together to celebrate the festive season with a fundraising Christmas Jumper Day on the last day of term.
Each student and member of staff made a token donation to wear their Christmas jumpers to raise money for Save The Children. The charity works to give children in the UK and across the world a healthy start in life, running world-class programmes to ensure they have a bright future.
Mrs N Clifton, Head of Upper School, said: “Everyone got well and truly into the Christmas spirit by wearing their festive jumpers.
“It was wonderful to see the school come together to raise money for such a worthy cause.”