PUDSEY Bear was coloured in with coins at Glebe Primary School for Children in Need.
The annual tradition at the Southwick school sees a huge outline of the charity mascot placed on the floor of the hall.
Pupils then take it in turns to place coin donations, gradually filling in the outline.
Every class from reception up to year six has the opportunity to visit the bear during the course of the day to add their collections of bronze and silver coins.
By the end of Friday, every part of Pudsey was covered, from head to toe.
Head teacher Miss Jo Kelly said: “It is amazing that all those coins rescued from down the side of the settee have helped us raise a fantastic total yet again this year.
“A huge thank you to everyone for their contributions as we will be able to send a cheque to the BBC Appeal for an impressive £346.71. Another great profit from Pudsey.”