Parents and pupils at Edinburgh Primary School in Walthamstow enjoyed their annual school fete on Saturday

Pupils raise money for school at annual fete

Pupils from Edinburgh Primary School

Farhad Syed and Zainab Rahman at the teddy tombola during the Edinbourgh School Fete in Queens Road

Ava Carney throwing hoops during the Edinbourgh School Fete in Queens Road, Walthamstow

Nichola Strzyzrwska and Weronika Iskra during the Edinbourgh School Fet

Rukaiya Moola and Saiba Salam selling fruit punch.

Alexandra Bobaru with her decorated pencil case.

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Scores of schoolchildren and their families worked together to raise money at their annual fete this weekend.

Pupils from Walthamstow’s Edinburgh Primary School, in Queen's Road, Walthamstow, ran stalls and took part in games as they enjoyed the sunshine on Saturday.

A magic show, World Cup-themed games and sponge-the-teacher were popular at the event, which was organised by the Parent Teacher Association and volunteers.

Lead organiser and PTA member Amarjit Myers said the school always organises a ‘fantastic’ event.

All funds raised will go towards additional equipment for the school.

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