MEN have been growing moustaches all month for the Movember campaign but at one Barnsley primary school, the children gave it a go too.
Pupils took part in a nonuniform day yesterday where the requirement was they paid a £1 contribution to the Movember campaign, and they wore a moustache for the day - which could be drawn-on or stuck-on if growing it for real wasn’t possible.
The pupils fully entered into the spirit in support of their teachers who had grown moustaches, including head teacher Ian Weatherley, assistant head James Haywood, and teacher Richard Smith.
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