Danceathon at Great Yarmouth school raises funds for children’s charity
PUBLISHED: 14:35 12 February 2018 | UPDATED: 14:35 12 February 2018
Pupils at Great Yarmouth Primary Academy have got their dancing shoes on to raise money for charity.
On Friday the whole school took part in a danceathon and non-uniform day to raise money for children’s charity the NSPCC.
Pupils took part in dance sessions throughout the day to learn a routine, before coming together in the school at the end of the day to perform it together.
They danced to Sax by Fleur East, with their performance videoed. They were coached by Cameo Performing Arts.
Vice principal Jon Bugg said: “It was great for everyone to be able to come together in an unusual and fun way to raise money for the NSPCC, and to support the important work they do.”
To find out about the work of the NSPCC visit www.nspcc.org.uk
Its childline for under 18s is free and can be reached on 0800 1111. A child will contact the charity’s childline every 25 seconds.
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