Children, parents and staff at Tarporley CE Primary School are aiming to raise £2,000 to support disadvantaged children and young people in the UK
The classes paired up, got their walking boots on and hiked for roughly three miles across fields, over stiles and even managed to pick some juicy blackberries along the way.
The Year 3 children took the challenge one step further and walked from school all the way to their residential trip accommodation in Beeston.
After a fun filled three days, the children found the energy to walk back again!
Headteacher Kerry Forrester said; “We’re overwhelmed with the response we have had to our Children in Need fundraising and would like to say a huge thank you to all those children who took part and their families and friends who sponsored them.”
Fundraising will continue in the school after half term, when the teachers will be holding a bake sale in the school playground.
On Friday, November 13 the children will be coming to school dressed as Superheroes and taking their fundraising efforts into the local community with donation buckets.
To support the children’s efforts look out for them in Tarporley village on Friday, with their buckets.