Local school kids are set to do something incredible for Sport Relief , as they plan to collectively run the length of Israel.
Inspired by Sport Relief celebrity challenges past and present, pupils from Sinai Jewish Primary School in Brent will be going the distance to take on an epic challenge to raise money as 661 pupils from the school will collectively run the length of Israel, a whopping 424km.
On Friday (March 18), the pupils will raise some serious cash for Sport Relief at its extreme Sport Relief challenge.
Year 5 Primary School Teacher and PE Coordinator, Robbie Solomons said: “Students and teachers at Michael Sobell Sinai School love taking part in Sport Relief.
“It’s an excellent way to bring staff, students and the community together to get active, have fun and raise money for a great cause!”
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The money the pupils raise for Sport Relief this year will help to change the lives of extremely vulnerable and disadvantaged people in the UK and throughout the world, giving them a helping hand to turn their lives around.