THERE was quite a buzz about the school.
Dressed in yellow, black and white, these students hoped to raise awareness for Brittle Bones Disease.
Pupil Charlotte Sykes suffers from the condition also known as Osteogenesis Imperfecta.
And having been provided with one to one care at Greenside Infant and Nursery, the school decided to raise money for the charity that have offered her and her family support.
Headteacher Kathy McCauley said: "Charlotte is a pupil at our school.
"We believe that she deserves to have the best that she can possible have, as does any pupil, and we hope to do this by raising awareness of her condition and fundraising.
"If we can support a charity that especially helps any of our pupils we will do our best.
"It is something small that we can do.
"Black and white represents brittle bones but the Wishbone charity, which helps children with the condition is yellow.
"We wanted to represent both."
To find out more information about the disease visit www. brittlebone.org