Tilney All Saints youngsters go sporting mad for charity

Nine year old Chloe Rothwell, pictured, said, “It was great fun and I’m really proud with what I did

Nine year old Chloe Rothwell, pictured, said, “It was great fun and I’m really proud with what I did. - Credit: Archant

Pupils at Tilney All Saints Primary School went sporting mad to raise money for Sport Relief.

Children and staff dressed as crazy runners and ran as many laps around the school field as they could.

Other activities included a fun warm-up led by staff member Karla Reed and a disco dance activity led by Lindsay Hill.

Both ladies achieved the NPECTS award last year, after training to deliver high quality PE in both Tilney Primary and their sister school, Anthony Curton Primary.

Nine year old Chloe Rothwell said, “It was great fun and I’m really proud with what I did.”


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PE co-ordinator Alice Williams, who organised the event, said: “We raised a brilliant £478.”

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