Dagenham school staff set to get muddy for charity
PUBLISHED: 14:49 26 September 2018
Saint Francis Hospice
They’re used to telling children to stay away from mud - but a group of staff from a Dagenham school will be putting that aside for one day to take on a charity challenge.
Thirteen teachers and support staff from St Peter’s Catholic Primary School will be taking on Mission Mud - a 5km obstacle challenge - in support of Saint Francis Hospice.
They were signed up for a day of zip wires, a death slide and plenty of mud by the Goresbrook Road school’s headteacher, Clare Scott.
“This is a great opportunity to bring the team together to raise money for a fantastic charity,” she said.
Teacher Charlotte Stock added: “I am a bit nervous but I know it will be great fun!”
There are still places available for the Mission Mud event, taking place at Parsonage Farm, Brentwood, on Sunday, October 7.
For more information and to sign up visit sfh.org.uk