SCHOOL uniform was replaced with denim to raise money for charity when Shoreham College took part in Jeans for Genes day for the sixth year running.
Pupils came into the school, in St Julian’s Lane, Shoreham, dressed in jeans on Friday, for a small donation to the charity.
Headmaster Richard Taylor-West said: “Pupils love coming into school in jeans for the day and, as you can see from the photos, have great fun.
“We have to thank them and their parents for supporting this great cause and raising a massive £730.”
Jeans for Genes is raises money for Genetic Disorders UK and aims to change the world for children with genetic disorders.
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