Lowestoft school raises money for charity with dodgeball competition
Elm Tree Primary School pupils had the chance to let off steam and raise money for charity on the last day of term by taking part in a sponsored dodgeball competition. The whole school took part in the event, which was organised by year three teacher James Hunton and raised more than £1,200. The bulk of the money raised will go to the British Heart Foundation with 20% of the funds being used to buy new sports equipment for the school.
Teaching assistant Lisa Godbold, who is also the vice chair of the Friends of Elm Tree, said: “They have all been brilliant. Their sportsmanship has been fantastic.
“Everyone has taken part and it has been a lot of fun.