Superheroes and princesses rule school

By Connie Osborne Thursday 01 May 2014 Updated: 02/05 08:48

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Buy photos » Vaynor First School pupils Emilia Ward, Lilly-Rae Millward and Caitlin Elmes, all six, were transformed into famous characters thanks to money raised by the PTA. Picture by Marcus Mingins 1814025MMR

SUPERHEROES and princesses can been seen walking the corridors of a borough school after parents and teachers raised funds for costumes.

Vaynor First School's PTA raised £1,500 at Christmas and asked the children how they would like to see the money be spent.

The youngsters chose to have a variety of different role play accessories and dressing up outfits.

The school council also asked for board games and puzzles for days when the weather was too bad to play outside, while a trike and microphones were also purchased.

A spokeswoman from the PTA said they were absolutely delighted to be able to support the school and thanked parents for their ongoing support and contributions.

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