Cromer Junior School takes part in the British Heart Foundation’s national “Wear Red Day”
Pupils from Cromer Junior School put on their red fancy dress today to help promote healthy hearts and raise money for charity.
Organised by cook manager Mary Osborne, Cromer Junior School took part in the British Heart Foundation's national 'Wear Red Day'.
From cowboy hats to fluffy ra-ra skirts more than 100 pupils and staff got into the spirit of the event by eating a healthy dinner and learning about diet and exercise.
Year six pupils George Cadman, 10, Kara Mason, 11, and Ellen Hedge, 11, helped to collect money on the day.
George said: 'It's been really interesting and really good - it's been a different experience.'
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Ellen added that she had enjoyed not wearing her school uniform and Kara emphasised how important the day had been.
'It's been good raising money for the charity too,' she said.
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Catering assistant Tula Grey, helped to serve up a healthy roast chicken dinner to 106 people at lunchtime and the rest of the day was spent getting involved with different exercises outside on the field, including cross-country.
Mrs Osborne added: 'This is the third year was have done this now. It's a cause close to me because people in my family have got heart disease and we have also lost members of the family to the disease too.'
? For more information about the national event please visit www.bhf.org.uk