Two Year 8 Kingsley girls will be asking their fellow pupils questions instead of the teachers to raise money for the BBC Children in Need appeal.
Anna Westley (13) and Phoebe Jones (12) have compiled a booklet of quizzes and puzzles for the annual fundraising event and are selling them for 50 pence each.
They have spent many hours putting together the contents but say it is well worth the effort. “We saw an advert about Children in Need and it inspired us to go the extra mile and do something this year. We like fundraising and think it is important. If we needed help we would like to think someone would do the same for us,” say the girls.
Winners of the various quizzes and competitions in the booklets will be presented with prizes which the girls have provided themselves.
Head teacher Ms Heather Owens says: “It's good to see the girls turning the tables on teachers as well as taking the lead on charity fund raising. I am impressed not only by their generosity but also by their creativity and initiative.”