PETRIFIED pupils had ghoulishly good fun in Greenock as they celebrated spooky season. 

Boys and girls in every class at All Saints Primary enjoyed Halloween parties to mark the monstrous occasion. 

Dressed in crazy costumes, youngsters took part in lots of fang-tastic activities and there were plenty of prizes and treats up for grabs. 

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Youngsters also got the chance to limber up for their class parties by having a bloodcurdling boogie at a fun-packed disco organised by the school's parents' association and supported by members of staff. 

Depute head teacher AnneMarie McAvoy said staff were amazed by the incredible assortment of costumes on show at the school.

She said: "The youngsters really pulled out all the stops and it was clear that families put a lot of effort in.

"There were a lot of amazing home-made costumes and every one of the outfits showed a lot of creativity.

"It was a fantastic day."

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Some of the characters appearing on the day included familiar Disney faces, superheroes, Pink Ladies from Grease, Jack and Victor from Still Game, inflatable dinosaurs, robots and Minions.

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Mrs McAvoy said staff were thrilled to learn that boys and girls had been very involved in the creative process.

She added: "It was lovely to see a good mix of current, topical characters and more traditional characters. 

"It's great to know that parents and families were working with the youngsters to come up with these amazing costumes. 

"As a school, we love to see pupils getting involved in any kind of creative process and bringing their ideas to life."