Children at Horsendale Primary School raise money for Sports Relief

Children at Horsendale Primary School in Nuthall managed to do some fundraising for Sports Relief before schools closed down in response to the Coronavirus crisis. They raised £182 for the good cause.

Children at Horsendale Primary School raise money for Sports Relief

Children donated money to wear their own clothes to school and took part in some fun outdoor exercises says Teacher, Rebecca Fox.  "We carried out 3 challenges, getting water from one bucket to another, throwing bean bags into a bucket and also getting tennis balls from one side of our AstroTurf to the other.

"We have all had so much fun today! We started the school day with ‘mindful movers’ session which got the whole school up and active. Seeing the children have so much fun, getting fit and raising money for Sports Relief has made this a special day for everyone.”

Pupil Chloe Tooth age 8 took part in the activities and said, "We are raising money for people who need help. I am enjoying it because you get to wear non-uniform and to play some extra games outside. I really like to see what everyone is wearing and hopefully we can raise lots to help the charity.”

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