Friday, 23 June 2017
PUPILS at Crazies Hill Primary School tackled an obstacle course to raise money for an outdoor classroom.
The course was laid out on the school field and included a net which the children had to crawl under, benches they had to pull themselves along and a football goal.
One obstacle required rolling a dice and then completing an exercise that corresponded to that number, while another involved putting on a superhero’s cape and weaving through cones.
The school is trying to raise £25,000 for the classroom which will be able to hold a class of 30.
Headteacher Philippa Chan said: “We don’t have enough spaces in the school that are quiet for group work so we are fund-raising for the garden studio.
“All the children took home sponsorship forms and they received a stamp for every lap of the course. One class did 26 laps — they loved it!”
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