For Comic Relief, the students of Seymour at Chailey Heritage School took part in some fundraising of their own.
The pupils held a department physical challenge competition in which you had to guess how far the young people in Seymour had travelled in the week using supported mobility. Over the course of the week, the young people used their bikes, walking frames, standers and powered driving skills to cover as many miles as possible. In total, they covered a whopping 33 miles!
There was also a cake stall for Red Nose Day, where lots of tasty treats could be bought for a donation.
Some of the students visited Burgess Hill Girls School and helped support their tuck shop. We also had an assembly in which we presented what physical activities the Seymour pupils take part in. These include rebound therapy, cycling and power wheelchair driving.
By taking part in these activities, the young people helped raise an incredible £318 for Comic Relief. Well done everyone for your efforts!