Weston school enjoys week-long activities in aid of Sport Relief

School pupils enjoy dance club

School pupils enjoy dance club - Credit: Archant

Schools across Weston took part in a variety of activities to raise money for Sport Relief.

Mendip Green Primary School pupils dressing up as their sporting heroes and raising money for Sports

Mendip Green Primary School pupils dressing up as their sporting heroes and raising money for Sports Relief. Picture: MARK ATHERTON - Credit: Archant

Haywood Village Academy, in Whitney Cresent, had a week packed with activities from running to dancing.

Each day involved a new challenge for the students.

On Monday the whole school took part in a mile run.

Students enjoyed workout Wednesday, team games on Thursday and they wore their sport kits to school on Friday,

Milton Park Primary School, pupils dressing up and taking part in activities for Sports Relief. P

Milton Park Primary School, pupils dressing up and taking part in activities for Sports Relief. Picture: MARK ATHERTON - Credit: Archant


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Pupils from Milton Park Primary School dressed as their favourite sports stars and made a donation to take part in sporting activities during lunch times,

Staff and children from Mendip Green Primary School in Worle also dressed up as their sporting heroes.

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Sport Relief supports disadvantaged people in the United Kingdom and around the world and some of the money this year will help organisations cope with the impact of coronavirus,

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Milton Park Primary School, pupils dressing up and taking part in activities for Sports Relief. Picture: MARK ATHERTON - Credit: Archant

Milton Park Primary School, pupils dressing up and taking part in activities for Sports Relief. P

Milton Park Primary School, pupils dressing up and taking part in activities for Sports Relief. Picture: MARK ATHERTON - Credit: Archant

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