A school held a Mad Hatter's tea party to raise money to provide an education for children in the developing world.
Pupils from Claremont High School Academy, in Kenton, held the event last week to raise money for the Wings of Hope Charity.
Brent North MP Barry Gardiner attended the party to show his support to pupils who raised more than £1,200.
The Wings of Hope charity aims to provide free education to poor and underprivileged children in their schools in India and Malawi.
Claremont’s fundraiser was organised as part of the charity's national social enterprise programme Wings of Hope Achievement Awards (WOHAA).
It encourages UK school pupils to develop their entrepreneurial skills and come up with their own fundraising ideas for the charity.