The Ryleys School has raised over £1,500 for Cheshire East Hospice by taking part in their annual Reindeer Run.
Every child in the school wore red antlers and red flashing noses as they completed a series of runs. Years 3 to 5 ran through Alderley Edge, down the main high street and back to school. Two days later, it was the turn of Years 5 to 8 who ran from The Edge, down through the village and back to the school.
The children all had a fantastic time and were treated to a well-deserved hot chocolate when they returned to school.
Headteacher, Mrs Claire Hamilton, said: "It was a wonderful sight to see the children running in their antlers and red noses. They loved taking part."
On Monday, 14th December, children from the Nursery, Pre-School and Pre-Prep completed a course around the school grounds. Mr Taylor, a Year 1 teacher dressed as Father Christmas and ran along with the children.
Mrs Hamilton added: "We are thrilled to have raised over £1,500 for East Cheshire Hospice. At this time of year it's so important to remember those who are less fortunate than ourselves and this is something which we often talk to and remind the children of. They are all very keen to do what they can and they had such fun on the reindeer run."