CHILDREN at Braeburn Juniors came up with a fair way to make cash.
They bagged bargains from Boyes, turned them into gifts and then sold them at a Christmas sale at their school.
The youngsters made £328 of which £218 was profit – which will go towards other enterprise projects next year.
“Some of the children made cards and calendars and others baked biscuits and cakes,” said teacher Helen Mudd.
Some pupils devised games like guess the name of the reindeer or pin the tail on the reindeer.
“The children had a lovely time doing this project. They were very pleased with the amount of money they raised.
“And lots of parents and other pupils supported us,” said Mrs Mudd.