WET teachers, enormous doughnuts and boys dressed as girls went down a storm at Guiseley School's Rag Week.

Organised by the Fieldhead Road school's sixth form, last week's fundraising bonanza raised a record breaking £3,033 for three charities.

Believed to be the first time the school has held a rag week, the sixth form committee spent six months organising games and competitions.

With the proviso that everything took place either at breaktime, lunchtime or after lessons, the whole school took part.

Esther Dennis, head of the sixth form committee, said: "It took a lot of organising. It was six months planning and every day we all had to go to lessons as usual."

Highlights of the week were a doughnut eating competition, a decorated cake contest, a netball match with boys dressed as girls, and on the last day, splat the teacher.

Esther, 17, said: "The doughnut eating competition was great. Each of the children had three cakes with one a normal size and one huge one covered in chocolate.

"Three boys won it and one girl who took part was sick afterwards."

Best fundraising day of the week was Friday when the amount already raised was doubled.

"We had six teachers and we put their names in a hat and pulled one out.

"The teacher was stood against a wall in front of the whole school and had freezing water thrown and at the end one of the children got a bucket and emptied it over his head."

The money raised throughout the week will be divided between the NSPCC, Cancer Research and the Tsunami Appeal.