Pupils put through their paces
Year six pupils became teachers for the day at The Oaks Primary Academy, Maidstone, as they organised a fitness routine for the whole school.
The students have been combining their science and PE lessons together this term in order to investigate the effect that exercise has on your heart rate.
And the 10 and 11-year-olds at the Tree Avenue school then went one further in a bid to inspire younger pupils to stay healthy and active.
The children were put through their paces with a range of different exercises and activities, but far from being put off by the experience, they appeared to embrace it with positivity and an abundance of enthusiasm.
Fruit was also handed out to the year three pupils to demonstrate the benefits of a healthy, balanced diet.
Year six students at The Oaks Primary Academy organised a fitness routine for the whole the school to take part in to promote the benefits of healthy living.