YOUNGSTERS at a Scarborough school splashed the cash at a fundraising week in aid of the RNLI.
A total of £116 was made when pupils at Braeburn Junior School chose to dedicate five days to raising money for the cause.
The children sold cakes and RNLI merchandise, and also took part in a colouring competition to raise the funds.
Year Six teacher Charlotte Taylor said: “We had a fundraising week, and the children had a great time.
“They children wanted to raise money for the RNLI after they spent a day with the children teaching them about beach safety, and how to surf.
“The pupils came up with their own ideas for fundraising, it was very much led by them.
“We are also trying to raise the business and enterprise status of the school so our fundraising venture has gone towards that too.
“The children were all very pleased to have raised some much money and enjoyed presenting the cheque at the lifeboat house.”