Leading the cheers – as well as the race
Cheerleaders, Pikachu, and Minnie Mouse join school’s fun run
Students from year groups seven, eight and nine took part, plus elite runners from older year groups, raced on Friday April 29.
Last year the race raised £2,300, and the funds will go towards replacing the flooring in the main school hall.
Town Crier, Dick Smith, and Mayor, John Read, started the runners off at the Hall Barn Estate.
School administrator Christine Thomas said the school is are very privileged and thankful to Hall Barn Estate that they allow this annual fun run.
She added: “It was fantastic, apart from the weather - we had four seasons in one day. The sun, hail, rain and we even had thunder.
“All in all it went really well.”
Some of the students even ran in fancy dress. The winners were Grace Hudson, Year eight, who finished in 23 minutes and Alfie Jago, Year 10, whose winning time was 18.50.
The winning staff member was Cecilie Gianneri, with 25.52.
Pupils at Beaconsfield School in their Fun Run at the Hall Barn Estate
Some of the runners adopted fancy dress
The runners faced all kinds of weather