The Ryleys School has raised £1,007 for Sport Relief after children in the Nursery, Pre-School and Pre-Prep took part in a fun and energetic obstacle course at the school.
Around 150 children participated in the obstacle course dressed in the colours of the Brazilian flag, to celebrate Brazil being the country in which this year's Olympics will be held.
The Pre-School, many of whom are just three years old, completed 17 laps of the obstacle course, the Pre-Prep completed 21 laps of the course and the school's Nursery children enjoyed discovering the equipment and completing the course with their teachers.
Staff from Sainsbury's in Wilmslow cheered the children on and helped the children complete the course.
The morning's fundraising culminated with Sainsbury's Store Manager, Andy Ireland, playing chess, simultaneously with 12 of The Ryleys' best players. In a knock out game of one against twelve, the children played to their upmost ability. However, after 32 moves, eleven year old Harvey Richardson was crowned the school's Sport Relief Chess Champion.
Headteacher, Mrs Claire Hamilton, said: "The children had a fantastic morning and it was a joy to see them working together to complete as many laps as possible. We are very grateful to Sainsbury's, Wilmslow who came to show us their support and I am delighted that we were able to raise so much money for such a worthy cause."