Reynolds Pupils Raise Almost £350 For Sport Relief
Reynolds Academy Sport Relief Day. (L-r) Lola Gray (7) and Mia Hinesman (8), both Year 3, take part in the Super Movers - BBC Premier Sports Sport Relief Competition on a big screen at the academy.
Pupils have raised almost £350 for Sport Relief 2018 taking part in a day of Ultimate Dodgeball and Super Movers.
Sport Relief aims to improve health and well-being in schools around the country, and the lives of people across the world by getting them moving. Super Movers is a partnership between the Premier League and the BBC to inspire primary school children to stay active. Children are encouraged to exercise while solving fun problems in live screen sessions.
Reynolds Academy P.E. Teacher Dan Coulling said: "At Reynolds Academy we place great emphasis on P.E. and sports activities at all times and we always support Sport Relief. This year the children have taken part in a range of activities and thoroughly enjoyed them all whilst raising money for a very good cause."
Pupil Lola Gray (7) said: "It was so much fun doing the Super Movers and we were raising money to help people too."
Reynolds Academy Children support Sport Relief 2018 and raise more than £350.
Reynolds Academy PrincipalAndrew Clark
Tollbar MAT Chief ExecutiveDavid J Hampson
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