Students and staff at King Edward VI High School have raised £165.40 after taking part in a day of events at school for Sport Relief. The events, organised by PE teacher Miss Cotton, saw pupils taking part in a sponsored bounceathon and a "Great KEVI Bake Off". Miss Cotton said she was "very impressed by the level of support and enthusiasm for the events" and thanked all students for taking part and for their excellent baking. Efforts at the school have contributed to an incredible total of £56,984,007 raised by events across the UK for the national charity. Of all the money raised by the public through Sport Relief, 50% is used to make a difference right here in the UK, and 50% goes towards transforming lives across the world’s poorest communities.
Miss Cotton said, "Well done to everyone who took part in Sports Relief on Friday. We raised £165.40 through the bounceathon and also the cake sale. Anyone who took part in the bounceathon will get one achievement point and anyone who baked cakes for the sale will get two achievement points. Well done everyone!"
Headteacher, Mr Christey, added, "Yet again King Edward's has shown what incredibly generous students and active citizens it has here. The pupils' involvement in local community events demonstrates what well-rounded pupils we have at this school. Thank you and well done to all who participated and were part of making these important events such a success".
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