PARENTS took part in sporting activities today and ran a mile around a primary school with their children.
Woodcroft Primary School in Lovedean held a day of fun and activities in aid of Sport Relief.
The pupils ran a mile in the morning, before their parents joined them at 3pm and they ran another.
Year 6 pupil Amy Reeve, 10, said: ‘It was really good fun. Sport Relief is a good charity. One morning this week we learned about Daniel, who is a boy in Africa who has to mine, I hope it helps children like him.’
Year 6 pupil Christopher Tucker, 11, said: ‘We have had lots of fun and we came in non-school uniform. I like Sport Relief as it raises lots of money for different charities.’
The school managed to raise £225 throughout the day.
Admin assistant Tracey Williams said: ‘There was a really lovely feel with so many parents joining in. It was really nice and some of the children even wanted to do another mile after it had all finished.’