Runners, joggers and walkers from an Ealing school made it around a 5k track in order to raise money for Cancer Research.
The aim was to raise £3,000 but by Monday (June 8) the school had counted £4,700 - and are still adding to it!
Headteacher Sarah Raffray said: "It is powerful that nearly a quarter of the school ran for such a great cause and the contribution of mothers, aunts and grandmothers sums up what a tremendous community we are."
There were battles between mothers and daughters trying to beat one another, and Olivia Agrotis, year eight, was the first St Augustine’s runner home in around 20 minutes.
St Augustine’s Priory finished the day with a picnic and the girls were still full of energy so ended with a game of tag. Year four pupils even had the energy to take part in a cartwheel competition!