BRIGHT colours and fresh cuts were on display at Godshill Primary School as pupils remembered their schoolmate Lewis Pyke, who tragically died at the age of 11 earlier this year.

Born on September 22, 2008, Lewis began to lose control of his body at the age of six months.

Three months later he was diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy. The condition makes muscles weaker and causes problems with movement that get worse over time.

The haircut day, held just before half term, raised £160.

The Parents, Teachers and Friends Association (PTFA) donated prizes and gifts to pupils involved on the day.

All money raised is going to the Kissy Puppy and Daisy Chains charities in Lewis’s name.

Reception class children spent the day carving pumpkins and decorating biscuits in celebration of Lewis's life.

A GoFundMe page created to pay for Lewis's headstone received donations of more than £2,500.