See adorable Sunderland youngsters dressed up as their favourite Toy Story characters

Sunderland youngsters transformed themselves into astronauts, cowboys and cowgirls, as they celebrated the release of the latest Toy Story film.

Tuesday, 2nd July 2019, 4:45 pm
Updated Tuesday, 2nd July 2019, 5:45 pm
Jaxon Dagg and Archie Hartley.

Pupils from Broadway Junior School, on Springwell Road, dressed up as their favourite characters from the popular film series to mark the release of Toy Story 4.

The new film sees Woody, Jessie and Buzz Lightyear, return to the big screen as they take on another hilarious adventure.

This time the gang go on a road trip with new toy named Forky, but the adventurous journey turns into an unexpected reunion as Woody's slight detour leads him to his long-lost friend Bo Peep.

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Ava-Mae Bradley, Peyton Lancaster and Jaxon Dagg.

The film, produced by Pixar Animation Studios for Walt Disney Pictures, hit UK cinemas on June 21 – nine years on from the release of Toy Story 3 back in 2010.

And youngsters made sure to mark the occasion by coming to school kitted out in outfits inspired by the beloved characters.

The idea for the day came from Jaxon Dagg, eight, from Class 5, and also saw pupils bring their toys into school.

Head teacher Margarita Acklam said: “The day was the brainchild of Jaxon Dagg from Class 5 and the children arrived dressed as the fantastic characters with some bringing their toys to add to the occasion.

Peyton Lancaster, eight, dressed as Jessie.

“Peyton Lancaster from Class 4 was the most amazing Jessie and she doubled up as usherette delivering ice-creams to all classes as part of the special movie day.”

Peyton Lancaster, eight, with Ava-Mae Bradley, eight.
Pupil Archie Hartley, nine, shows off his Toy Story inspired outfit.