TOP class juniors took on a global challenge at a Chester high school.
The fun day took place at Upton High with youngsters from Mill View Primary, Upton Heath Church of England Primary and Acresfield Primary involved.
Before the event, the schools were sent an information pack outlining the global message behind each activity and were asked to make a joker card based on a global theme.
This could then be played on an activity to gain double points.
The day involved challenges linked to global themes organised by Upton High staff Keira Seddon and Sam Locke.
Year 10 sports leaders from the high school were on hand to lead the activities.
Youngsters were split into teams for games ranging from a Fairtrade themed challenge to the equator jump which involved jumping from side to side.
In the Fairtrade challenge, teams had to exchange coffee sacks, carried by giving piggy backs, with money in the shape of bean bags, taken three legged style
The children were also able to have a go at carrying water buckets on their heads with an obstacle course as an extra challenge.
Headteacher Jane Holland said the fun was to break the ice for the youngsters who would be moving to Upton this autumn and also to draw attention to the high school’s designation as a humanities centre and its award as an international school.
The fun highlighted issues such as Fairtrade and the need for clean water in the developing world.