Watch a video of Landewednack Primary School in Cornwall transformed to a winter wonderland.
It has that eerie quiet of snow before the first person sets foot on it.... let alone a whole class!
Pupils from Landewednack primary school on the Lizard have had a day to remember after snow fell overnight.
The winter wonderland came courtesy of Twitter's @thetwofairies, who go around the country carrying out random acts of kindness. In this case, snow is very unlikely to fall near the school, which is at the most southerly tip of the UK and the air is too salty.
See the children's reaction to their snow surprise:
Children arriving at Landewednack primary in Cornwall had the surprise of their lives today - snow had fallen overnight transforming the Victorian building into the perfect Christmas card.
The magical transformation is the work of a Twitter group @thetwofairies who specialise in random acts of kindness. You can see their mark on the side of the school.
By the wonders of modern technology, sorry, the wave of a wand, it was actually snowing as the pupils arrived.
It's a big surprise. Our school is the most southerly in the country and the air is very salty so we never get snow. Some of the younger children have never seen snow but this is the real thing - you can even throw snow balls.
The children will come back from half term ready to start their winter project. Short of a trip to the North Pole this is the next best thing.
Two fairies who have taken to spreading their magic across the country have turned their attention to Landewednack CP School, the southernmost school in Britain where it never snows - except today.
The sea, the hills; Cornwall, you're enchanting! But no time to surf - your wishes need granting! #FollowTheFairies
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