04:05PM, Saturday 22 November 2014
Princesses and pirates were among the costumes worn at a Windsor school as part of 'fairytale week'.
Children and staff at Brigidine School, in Kings Road, wore their best outfits inspired by fairytales and nursery rhymes to school on Tuesday.
The dress up day was part of a project carried out by early years students.
Holly Leather, head of the school's early years foundation, said: "Everyone had a fun and exciting day with lots of activities.
"It was a magical day for all."
Activities included hunting for treasure in the school's woodland area, decorating gingerbread men and television presenter Sunita Shroff came in to lead a fairytale story time.
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