Hethersett pupils raise £350 through superhero fun run
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Superhero children in Hethersett raised almost £350 through a themed non-uniform day and fun run.
Capes flew in the breeze as youngsters from Hethersett Junior School took on a fun run around the school in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
The school's charitable efforts raised more than £345 for the cause.
The day was put on by students Evan and Isabella Williams, who arranged the day in memory of their uncle.
Headteacher Matthew Parslow-Williams said the compassion showed by the pair was typical of students at the school.
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He said: 'We like to foster values of kindness to others and the school community always shows huge generosity when we organise an event like this. It is wonderful to see.'
In June, the school was given a good rating by Ofsted.
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