Kids skip class to help raise money for charity
CHILDREN were jumping for joy when they took part in a challenge to raise money for charity.
A personal trainer went into Waterside School, in Blackhorse Avenue, Chesham, on Wednesday, February 10 to run a skipathon in aid of the British Heart Foundation.
The trainer ran a session with each class from reception to year six.
Each class had to see how many times they could jump over the skipping rope in their allocated time.
The skipathon raised money for the British Heart Foundation as part the charity’s National Heart Month.