Pupils in pyjamas proved they are wide awake when it comes to the needs if disadvantaged children and young people.
Youngsters at Holmbush Primary School learned all about the BBC Children in Need Appeal and its aim to make a positive change to the lives of disadvantaged children across the country.
Then they joined in the annual fund-raising appeal themselves by taking part in a pyjama day at the school, in Hawkins Crescent, Shoreham.
Staff and pupils both joined in the fund-raiser, wearing their own nightwear for the day and donating £1 each for the privilege.
Cosy dressing gowns and pyjamas in all colours, shapes and sizes featured, along with some jolly Pudsey Bear ears, mimicking the charity’s well-known mascot with their polka dot lining.
Many of the children, aged from four to 11 years old, also sported pawprints on their cheeks.
A spokesperson for the school said the children enjoyed doing normal lessons in their pyjamas on Friday and a total of £286.54 was raised for Children in Need.