Brigidine School in Windsor was transformed magically into the fantasy world of Narnia for its Christmas fair.

Children and adults alike stepped through a wooden wardrobe lined with furry coats to a snowy Narnia woodland inspired by CS Lewis' famous children's book.

The school choir sang, Santa was in his grotto with a sleigh and stalls sold Christmas crafts and gifts.

Dawn Fleming, head of business affairs for the school in Kings Road said: “Our vision for our annual fair was driven by not only the desire to create an experience which fully embraced the heritage, look and feel of our school but an opportunity to further support the students' charity of choice.”

This academic year, the students of Brigidine chose to support James Bertrand through their fundraising and charity work.

James, a young undergraduate, was born prematurely which led to the amputation of his left leg.

He is now planning to travel to Australia in May 2018 for pioneering prosthetic surgery known as Osseointergration, which is currently unavailable on the NHS. This will involve a metal implant being inserted so that the bones can grow around it and will permanently stay in his legs.

James has already successfully fundraised over a third of the £90,000 surgery costs through various events and through the support of Brigidine School.