A clash of colours helps Ryhall Primary School event

Pupils from Ryhall Primary School who dressed in "bad taste" to support the school's Christmas market

Pupils from Ryhall Primary School who dressed in "bad taste" to support the school's Christmas market

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A PRIMARY school was awash with colour as pupils dressed up to support their Christmas market.

Children at Ryhall Primary School came to school dressed in ghastly colours, back-combed hair and glitter spray in a day of “bad taste”.

The youngsters were granted a day of non-uniform in exchange for bringing in a gift to the school.

All the gifts will be sold in the “Mums and Dads” room at the school’s Christmas market, which will be held on Saturday, December 10 in the main school hall.

Director of sales and marketing and parent governor at the school, Will Holroyd, said: “In this magical room the children get to choose and wrap a secret gift for their mum or dad.

“More than 160 gifts were donated by the children and staff and a great day was had by all.”