08:02AM, Sunday 08 December 2013
A number day at a Windsor school saw pupils dress up as their favourite digits and raised more than £1,000 for a children's charity.
Trevelyan Middle School, in Wood Close, took part in the national NSPCC Numbers Day on Tuesday as well as a cake sale.
Pupils also took part in a 'Battle of the Robots' competition where they were given an hour to build a robot and complete a challenge of firing a paper ball, while using mathematical skills.
The ball that shot the furthest won.
A spokeswoman from the school said: "A big well done and thank you to the children who took part brilliantly with great ideas and donations and a special thank you to the parents and carers who donated and supported Trevelyan in running this event.
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