CHILDREN IN NEED: Celebrity fitness coach inspires Skegness pupils to get active

Celebrity fitness coach Joe Wicks inspired pupils at a Skegness school to get active for the BBC's Children In Need Appeal.

Pupils at the Richmond School in Skegness have been supporting the BBC's Children In Need Appeal.
Pupils at the Richmond School in Skegness have been supporting the BBC's Children In Need Appeal.

Pupils at the Richmond School got sporty as well as spotty after Early Years Foundation Stage Teaching Assistant Lauren Broadbridge won a Joe Wicks workout and a hamper for staff in a competition..

Joe completed a 24-hour live workout for the appeal, raising £1.5million - .and pupils in Skegness also showed what they could do.

As well as having a go at the workout, pupils and staff wore spots to fundraise, donating 50p to the Children in Need charity.

All smiles at the Richmond School for Children in Need.

Their efforts were also seen on television on Look North and during the evening the the BBC Chrildren in Need programme.

We appeared on Look North and the children in need programme. (A few photos and name of the school) also, Mrs Wellsted spoke on Radio Lincolnshire.

All dressed up for Children In Need at the Richmond School.
Children in Need at the Richmond School in Skegness.
Children In Need day at the Richmond School in Skegness
Joe Wicks getting Richmond School pupils active for Children in Need.