Youngsters Go S-potty For Children In Need Thursday 25 November 2010 News Rose Court Pupils at Rose Court came over all spotty for Children in Need! The youngsters at GSAL’s pre-prep school paid £1 to dress up in support of this year’s logo ‘show your spots and raise lots’. Also for their £1 they received a Pudsey Bear badge and any loose change which they brought to school was used to fill a giant outline of Pudsey. At lunch time music teacher Mrs Chris Turner organised a non-stop sing-a-long of favourite songs for pupils and teachers, plus throughout the day the youngsters made and wore their own Pudsey masks. Before the event, Rose Court deputy head Mrs Anne Campbell led an assembly on Children in Need to tell pupils about the event and what happens to the money which is raised. Pictured with their giant Pudsey Bear are (L-R) Cherrissa Samoutou (Y1), Owen Chahal (Y2), Claudia Tomasso (Y2) and Gerard Scully (Y1).