Melksham Oak School breaks £1,000 barrier for Sport Relief

Melksham Oak School raised £1,133.95 through their Sport Relief activities.

At lunchtime, staff donned wacky costumes to take part in a four legged race being cheered on by students.

While sixth form pupils and staff cycled around 100 miles on an exercise bike and students also donated to wear non-uniform outfits.

Aiden Blowers, assistant headteacher, said: “A very well done to the great students and staff who did the whole school proud.

"The four-legged race was a highlight, we had everyone on the main field and it was a lot of fun.

“There were a lot of dodgy '80s leg warmers and a few interesting outfits to be seen.”

Children at Shaw and Whitley Pre-school dressed in red, decorated cakes and took part in an obstacle course to raise funds for Sport Relief.

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