A raft of watery, sport-themed activities proved a fun way to raise money for Sport Relief at The Webber Independent School.
Students, staff and parents went all out to raise £400 in charity cash.
Youngsters aged three to 18 took part in a swimathon and a ‘Sponge the Teachers’ session, as well as korfball, yoga and Zumba.
Every member of the school donned their running shoes and a strikingly sporty or silly outfit for the Sport Relief Run-A-Mile.
Principal Hilary Marsden said: “Not only have we had great fun, tried new sports and got fitter throughout the week but we have raised an amazing £400 for Sport Relief too!”