PUDSEY’S little helpers have been busy raising money for Children in Need at Milford Haven School this week.

Students are aiming to raise £3,000 with a week of events, which kicked off with a chilly dip in the ocean at Broad Haven beach on Friday.

On Monday, head boy Thomas Carew took on the role of daytime TV presenter Jeremy Kyle, acting as mediator for hilarious rifts, scripted by students.

Teachers took on students in a game of netball on Tuesday, while Wednesday brought Blind Date, basketball.

Tonight, a ‘Stars in Their Eyes’ talent show in the Steynton Hall at 7pm will feature 11 acts.

Tickets are £4 for adults, £3 for concessions.

Other activities have included football, teachability, and I’m a Celebrity and a Drag Queen Race scheduled for tomorrow (Thursday).

“We’ve really enjoyed it,” said Thomas. “It was stressful at the start but it’s all come together now.”

Asked why Milford Haven was such a big supporter of Children in Need events, he said: “It’s brings all the school together, everyone enjoys it and there’s a feeling of togetherness.”

He thanked local businesses for their support, and the donation of raffle prizes.

On Friday, students will wear fancy dress for a final day of fundraising, ahead of Children in Need night on BBC1, which starts at 7.30pm.

Last year, Children In Need raised £60 million for good causes, with Milford Haven School clocking up £3,300 for the charity.

The money donated is used to change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people in the UK.

To date the charity event has raised more than £890 million to help make a difference in the lives of the children who needed it.