sport relief: Pupils get active for charity

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Pupils pitched in to raise cash for charity at a primary school.

Pannal Primary School, held a sports day extravaganza for Sports Relief.

Students tried out a range of fun games and activities including creating a giant Sport Relief logo all in a bid to raise as much money as possible.

Charlotte Smith, PE and Sports Specialist, said: “Students and teachers at Pannal Primary School love taking part in Sport Relief.It’s an excellent way to bring staff, students and the community together to get active, have fun and raise money for a great cause.”

Since 2002, Sport Relief has raised £195million. The money is spent by Comic Relief to help people at home in the UK and across the world. For more details go to

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