The final total for Sport Relief was £820.23
PCS did it! Across the last couple of days we have travelled over 4500 miles!
The final figure for the amount of miles reached, adding on to the continuous run every morning was:
Once again thank you all for your support - Mr Broadbent
Friday 23rd March - Team Volleyball:
Thursday 22nd March: A fab turn out from staff and students at lunch who completed a total of 627 laps for a total distance of 235 miles.
Well done to Mr Broadbent for completing a full marathon in his non-stop run from 8.45am - 3.00.That's total of 41,702 steps.
"I just wanted to say a massive well done to Mr.Broadbent for his epic run today and for organising such a fantastic Sport Relief week. I know james was motivated by so many staff and students running with him throughout the day which I am sure made such an epic task a little easier. Thank you from the PE department and well done James for bringing us such a great week, you have made it look easy." Mr Clarke
Wednesday 20th March: Amazing atmosphere in Sport Relief - PE, Mr Bowman & Mr Prowse (the ninja).
Tuesday 20th March: We had a great turn out yesterday in Capture the Flag and the Quiz after school. With regards to the update to Cape
Town, we managed to dribble 1100 miles and have reached Biskra in Algeria. We will be looking to get into Cameroon tomorrow.
Monday 19th March: We had a great turn out today in all events! Show your support tomorrow in the Sport Relief Quiz, which will take place in the new food hall at 3:15 with your host for the evening Mr Clarke.
With regards to the update to Cape Town. Today we have currently cycled 580 miles and have reached Clermont-Ferrand in France. We will
be looking to get into Algeria tomorrow with a big push in PE lessons.
As one of the UK’s biggest fundraising events, Sport Relief brings the entire nation together to get active, raise money and change lives. This year, Sport Relief will be taking place in schools and nurseries between Monday 19th March and Friday 23rd March. We will also be taking on a vast number of different challenges within PE lessons throughout the week, such as looking at traveling 8282 miles to support a project in Cape Town.
And, the best thing is, the money raised by the public is spent by Comic Relief to help people living incredibly tough lives, both at home in the UK and across the world's poorest countries. To learn more about how Comic Relief spends the money raised for Sport Relief please visit sportrelief.com/schools.
We will also be using Sport Relief as a teaching opportunity so that your children can learn about the issues other children across the world face, and how the money we raise can help them.
We really appreciate your support and hope that you’ll have fun helping our school raise lots of money for Sport Relief!
Mr J Broadbent
Co-Head of Physical Education