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Sporty schoolchildren run for charity before leading county competition procession

PUBLISHED: 16:41 18 June 2017 | UPDATED: 16:50 18 June 2017

Bawdsey Primary School pupils dressed up and ran a mile for the YoungMinds charity. Picture: DAVID SEALY

Bawdsey Primary School pupils dressed up and ran a mile for the YoungMinds charity. Picture: DAVID SEALY

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A Suffolk school warmed up for county competition by raising money for charity.

Bawdsey Primary School pupils dressed up and ran a mile for the YoungMinds charity. Picture: DAVID SEALY Bawdsey Primary School pupils dressed up and ran a mile for the YoungMinds charity. Picture: DAVID SEALY

Bawdsey Primary pupils dressed as wacky characters and ran a mile to the sea wall and back for the YoungMinds young people’s mental health and wellbeing charity.

Bawdsey Primary School pupils dressed up and ran a mile for the YoungMinds charity. Picture: DAVID SEALY Bawdsey Primary School pupils dressed up and ran a mile for the YoungMinds charity. Picture: DAVID SEALY

Headteacher Katie Butler said: “We were recently touched with the sad news of a child that could have used this charity to support them in their time of need. We hope this will help the charity to help children when they really need support.”

Bawdsey Primary School pupils led the procession at Ipswich Sports Club of all teams for the Quadkids inter-school sports competition. Picture: KATIE BUTLER Bawdsey Primary School pupils led the procession at Ipswich Sports Club of all teams for the Quadkids inter-school sports competition. Picture: KATIE BUTLER

The following week, the school had the honour of leading a procession at Ipswich Sports Club of all teams for the Quadkids inter-school sports competition an honour awarded thanks to Year Six pupil, Martha, winning the Suffolk School Games banner competition.

Children competed in running, jumping and throwing competition.

Mrs Butler said it gave pupils a chance to encourage each other and meet friends from other schools.

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