More than 70 Preparatory School pupils had a frightful time this week - all in the name of Halloween.
Bobbing for apples and a scary movie were just some of the fun activities on offer at the first ever Sleepover Club.
And the children were also put through their paces at a special 'Thriller' dance class, with tuition from Clifton's highly talented dance teacher Jody Lewarne.
Thirty-two day pupils stayed behind after school to join forces with boarding pupils at the spookacular event, which proved to be popular with both pupils and parents.
Charlie Graveny, Housemistress of Poole's House, said: "Sleepover Club is a chance for pupils in years 5 to 8 to experience a taste of boarding life.
"It's fun for the children but also gives parents the flexibility to make plans around work commitments or enjoy a dinner party of their own."
Future clubs will include Feast with Friends, Great British Boarding Bake Off, Pamper Party, Fantastic Football and Christmas Film Night.