Pitter patter of tiny feet in Gosberton

Checking in: Gosberton Primary School pupils give their pedometer readings to PCSO Colin Abbotts. Photo TIM WILSON SG180511-131TW To order please ring 01775 765433 or visit www.photostoday.co.uk
Checking in: Gosberton Primary School pupils give their pedometer readings to PCSO Colin Abbotts. Photo TIM WILSON SG180511-131TW To order please ring 01775 765433 or visit www.photostoday.co.uk
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TINY feet were ever so busy in Gosberton during national Walk to School week as schoolchildren were kitted out with pedometers to count every single step.

One of the youngest pupils in the school, Cody Witson (5), measured an average of 12,500 steps a day, and took first place for the lower school.

Chloe-Bella Harrison (11) took the upper school prize with 18,500 steps per day.

And Rainforests, a mixture of Years 3 and 4 pupils, took the prize for the fittest class with each pupil making an average of 8,500 steps.

Head of school Jo Bland said: “They did lots of running about after school. They just didn’t keep their feet still for the whole week.”

PCSO Colin Abbotts visited pupils to check out their pedometer readings and also gave road safety tips to the young pedestrians.