Fortismere School pupils team up with Sainsbury's to raise money for Sport Relief

Teacher Katherine Jackson and her fantastic team of volunteers from the school

Teacher Katherine Jackson and her fantastic team of volunteers from the school

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Schoolchildren teamed up with a supermarket to raise more than £300 for charity.

Students from Fortismere School in Tetherdown worked with Sainsbury’s in Muswell Hill to raise money for Sport Relief on Saturday.

The teenagers packed bags, sang and danced, rattled their collection buckets and entertained staff and customers to raise a total of £325.

Sainsbury’s also worked with the disabilities charity Action for Kids and to raise awareness of Sport Relief by selling merchandise, having bucket collections, organising flash dancing and hosting a cake sales to raise £3,145.

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