TEACHERS were gunked at Glyne Gap School as part of a fundraiser for Children In Need on Friday November 16.
The day started with the pupils watching a slide show and raised money by having sponsered events, such as gunging the staff, sponsored walks,an auction and a bring and buy cake sale in the afternoon.
Students at the faculty also sold cakes to teachers and the students at the college. Glyne Gap School would also like to thank local businesses for the kind donations for the day.
Denise Crossley, of Glyne Gap School, said: “The day was full of fun and laughter and of course the serious side of raising money for Children in Need.”