A CHEPSTOW schoolboy who has an inoperable brain tumour chose Doctor Who as the theme for the school's Children in Need day - and the whole school rose to the challenge.

Noah Herniman, who is a huge Doctor Who fan, is currently undergoing chemotherapy.

Over the years Noah has raised significant amounts of money for charity and, despite being unwell, continues to be passionate about fundraising.

A spokesman for the school said: "Naturally, the staff and pupils at Chepstow School made the decision to go big!

"Our DT team created a Tardis out of recycled materials but the absolute stars of the show were the bonafide Daleks which descended on our school."

The Daleks were joined by Cybermen, Weeping Angels, various Doctors and their assistants.

The event helped the school raise a significant amount of money.

The spokesman said: "We are extremely thankful to our pupils, staff, governors and parents for their kind donations throughout the day’s activities. Some of these included a fancy-dress competition, a cake sale, guess the name of Pudsey the Bear, a Doctor Who cinema experience, photographs with the Daleks and Tardis, as well as themed curriculum activities.

"This isn’t the first time that our community have pulled together for charity events. At the end of the last academic year, we donated more than £6,000 to a number of very worthwhile charities including My Name’s Doddie/Motor Neurone Disease, Christmas Jumper Day, Hello Yellow Day for Young Minds, St David’s Hospice Care and, of course, Children in Need."

Click through the gallery above to see loads of pictures from the day's fun.