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Staff and students from Priory School, Bury St Edmunds, take on 100 Challenge




Staff and students at a Bury St Edmunds special school have swapped their sports day for a fund-raising challenge which has seen them complete 100 reps of any activity.

Priory School’s challenge, which started on June 15 and finished on Friday, has seen students undertake various sports and exercises from completing 100 toe taps and star jumps to running and cycling 100 miles.

It was organised after the school’s annual sports day and cycling challenge were cancelled due to coronavirus.

Pupils from Priory School took part in a challenge which saw them do 100 rounds of any activity. (37536303)
Pupils from Priory School took part in a challenge which saw them do 100 rounds of any activity. (37536303)

The total raised during the 19-day event currently stands at £550 - almost triple the initial target - which will be donated to the Royal Marsden Cancer Trust.

To donate, visit justgiving.com/fundraising/priory-school-burystedmunds


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