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Children and staff at Castle Acre primary school embraced the fundraising activities on Children In Need Day.

Raising a total of £126.73 staff and children took part in various events throughout the day to help disadvantaged youngsters.

Anne Neary, headteacher said: "Castle Acre's Children in Need day was a lovely day.

Castle Acre C of E Primary Academy Children in Need Day. Pupils all dressed for a very special Children in Need day at the school, they are pictured with (Back LtoR), Julie Harris (School MSA) and Anne Neary (Executive Headteacher). MLNF-21PM11133
Castle Acre C of E Primary Academy Children in Need Day. Pupils all dressed for a very special Children in Need day at the school, they are pictured with (Back LtoR), Julie Harris (School MSA) and Anne Neary (Executive Headteacher). MLNF-21PM11133

"Children in each of the three small classes wore exciting spotty outfits and took part in activities such as the Joe Wicks challenge, Pudsey Paws stretches, making Pudsey puppets and code-breaking in maths.

"The school staff team were proud that the children were able to articulate clearly that supporting Children in Need was about sharing our school values with children across the country who have less than we do.

"Well done Castle Acre staff, families and children for your support for Children in Need."



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