Record-breaking achievement for Sandford pupils

PUPILS at Sandford Primary School helped set a Guinness world record on Friday when they came together to take part in the biggest maths lesson ever.

The event was held across many schools in the UK to help raise money for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.

As well as taking part in the mass lesson, pupils from every year group took part in other fund-raising activities, such as guessing teachers’ ages.

Teacher Angie Stevens said: “The day went really well, all of the children had a lot of fun in the lesson.”

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