What a lotta spots!
At the Academy Childcare Centre at the Mill Outlet, Batley, youngsters got messy and helped to cover their brave nursery nurse in coloured spaghetti!
Events coordinator Carrie-Ann Nield sat in a tray of spaghetti, helping the centre raise £242 for Children in Need alongside a bun sale.
She said: “It was fun, it was just an idea the staff and children had.
“We like to do lots of crafts and use our senses and different materials so we decided on spaghetti.”
At Kiddiwinks Day Nursery in Birstall, tots enjoyed a week of activities including a pyjama day, bun baking and trying crazy hairstyles, and dressed up as bears for the main event on Friday.
The nursery, in High Street, raised £9 from bun sales and donations from children joining in the activities.
Hyrstmount Junior School pupils dressed in spotty and yellow clothes and sold cakes and buns on Friday.
This year was the first time the Batley Carr school took part in Children in Need, under new headteacher Matthew Leach.
The school was still selling its sweet treats this week and raised around £580.
And Batley Grammar School enjoyed Pudsey-themed fun on Friday, including a Pudsey cake, which was raffled off, and a name the Pudsey game to win a Pudsey bear and a box of sweets.
Primary phase staff and pupils also donned pyjamas and onesies for their lessons and the school enjoyed a platime bun and cake sale, raising £901.65 for the charity appeal.