Sporting Radlett pupils raise hundreds for charity

Watford Observer: Sporting Radlett pupils raise hundreds for charity Sporting Radlett pupils raise hundreds for charity

A primary school in Radlett has raised £436 for Sports Relief and Juvenile Diabetic Research.

The children at St. John’s Infant and Nursery School completed a series of activities around the playground including scooter races, space hoppers, hula hooping and egg and spoon races.

The school on Gills Hill Lane also had a visit from the coaches at Watford Football Club. Children were taught football skills and took part in a penalty shoot-out.

Mrs Danielle Roberts, from the school, said: "Pupils raised the money for Juvenile Diabetic Research in addition to sports relief as it is a cause close to one of our families. One of our parents Russell Fox will be running a marathon to raise money for this cause.

"I’m so pleased with the support from children and parents and a fun if not tiring day was had by all"


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