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PUPILS at Rockfield primary school raised more than £400 for Sport Relief last Friday, as children took time out of the day to take part in a series of activities.
The day kicked off with an early morning assembly, which ended with the whole school taking part in a dance.
Then throughout the day, classes took turns in
taking part in various activities such as running a mile, Zumba, beat the goalie and more.
Kerry MacLure, acting principal teacher, said that it was a fantastic day and the children had lots of fun.
MILE: Primary 1 pupils at Rockfield make the first of many steps in their mile walk, which they are doing in support of Sport Relief. 15_rockfield01. 15_rockfield02. 15_rockfield03.
DANCE: The ‘Dancing Divas’ and the ‘Dancing Monkeys’ come together for a Zumba class taught by instructor Madalena Sadlik. 15_rockfield04. 15_rockfield05.
PENALTY: Pupils try and beat the goalkeeper, with each goal gaining them five clan points. 15_rockfield06. 15_rockfield07.
MILE RUN: The Pre 5 nursery class do their part for Sport Relief and take part in the mile run. 15_rockfield08.
SUCCESS: One of the children successfully throws the hoop around the chair. 15_rockfield09.
ZUMBA: Primary fours put their hands in the air and spin around as part of the Zumba class. 15_rockfield10.