GALLERY: New Road pupils dress for the occasion as they run Sport Relief mile

14:51 24 March 2014

New Road school Sport Relief mile.

New Road school Sport Relief mile.

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Pupils and staff swapped their shoes for trainers and put on their best sporting outfits to take part in the Sport Relief mile.

New Road school Sport Relief mile.New Road school Sport Relief mile.

The run was one of a number of sports themed activities which took place at New Road Primary School in Whittlesey on Friday.

The school’s efforts raised more than £100 for Sport Relief.

Favian Peres, PE co-ordinator, said: “The pupils looked fabulous dressed in their sports clothing and outfits and really rose to the fundraising challenge.

“New Road has a great family atmosphere and this is certainly felt strongest when the whole school comes together to raise money for good causes and the local community.”

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