Class teacher Kim Morning said children came dressed as their favourite superheroes or created their own.
"She said: “The children all looked fabulous and had really made a super effort.
"It was great walking round school and seeing everybody in their different costumes.
"In our classes we learnt about why we were raising money and some classes did activities with a red nose day theme.’
Pupil Annabelle Waplington, aged seven, explained which superhero she chose.
She said “I chose to be my mum as she is my superhero and she works in a care home.”
Fellow pupil Luchia Matthews, aged seven, said, “I am Rainbow Girl because Rainbows make people happy, and I want to make people happy.”
Eight-year-old Kiera-Louise Dodds said: “I have come dressed as Supergirl because she is my favourite character.
“I have had a super day dressing up and being with my friends and my teachers.”
Rhys Spencer, aged eight, said, “I have come dressed as Iron Man because I really like his suit and he’s got really good skills.
“The best thing about the day was playing with my friends and seeing my teachers.”
Eight-year-old Jaimee Wright explained why she had come as Wonder Woman.
She said: “I have come dressed as Wonder Woman because she is my favourite superhero.
"My favourite thing today has been seeing my teachers and playing with my friends.”
Finally, seven-year-old Oliver Kirk had a topical idea for his superhero.
He said: “I have come dressed as a doctor because they save people’s lives.
"I liked seeing my friends dressed up.”