ALBERT Primary was a sea of fantastic and majestic colours last Friday, for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.

The Albert Primary Pupil Council had organised a non-uniform and disco to raise funds for the RNLI.

Since being founded almost two centuries ago.

During that time the RNLI has come to the rescue on countless occasions - saving more than 140,000 lives.

Most of the crew and staff are volunteers wanting to help the nation when surviving at sea.

The pupil council representatives had asked the classes what songs they wanted played during the disco.

Members of the School Council also ran a healthy tuck shop during the disco.

“I think having fruit instead of crisps or sweets is better because lots of people have allergies to things in sweets” said one council member.

Head of the Pupil Council, Mr. Thomas said: "It was a fantastic idea to raise money for such a worthy cause.

"This is a cause close to our home and hearts and the £562.80 raised will be donated to the Penarth RNLI lifeboat station on our treasured seafront."