STAFF at Devizes School showed what they Really, Really Want when they dressed as the Spice Girls for a charity picture.

The school's Radio Club is known for getting both children and teachers to pose as their favourite bands and singers and last year raised money for Wiltshire Air Ambulance by creating a calendar from the best shots.

School marketing manager Karen Sims said: "The Spice Girls tribute was for our Radio Club end of term photo.

"Each week students who attend the club dress as a tribute act and I photograph and tweet them.

"As it was almost end of term I talked some of the staff into joining Radio Club for one week only! They were great sports, the students thought it was hilarious.

"Last year our photos were used to produced a calendar. This year we hope to do this again if we can. I'm sure the Spice Girls will feature heavily."

Re-creating the look of Sporty, Ginger, Baby, Scary and Posh were teacher Blake Raymond, DT technician Lorraine Choularton, pastoral manager Ashley Berry, teaching assistant Mollie Aspinall and pastoral manager Rachel Gough.