Youngsters at a village primary school have been getting active to raise money for charity.
Barmby Moor Primary pupils dressed up in red and took part in various sports activities, as did members of staff, in aid of Sport Relief.
The activities included circuit training with different stations including star jumps, running and hopping. There was also hockey and balancing a ball on a tennis racket.
The school raised £127.20 for Sport Relief from the non-uniform day and from the sale of fruit salads, which the children enjoyed.
Headteacher Debbie Chadwick said: “It was all pointing towards raising money for people not as fortunate as ourselves.”