Three Peaks pupils give it a go

Aurora Ingham (8), from Purakaunui School, clears a hurdle.
Aurora Ingham (8), from Purakaunui School, clears a hurdle.
Chloe Flavell (10), from Karitane School, leads the charge.
Chloe Flavell (10), from Karitane School, leads the charge.
Evie Peddie (9), from Macraes-Moonlight School, gives it her all.
Evie Peddie (9), from Macraes-Moonlight School, gives it her all.
George Scott (8), from Waikouaiti School, sets out for the other end.
George Scott (8), from Waikouaiti School, sets out for the other end.
Harlem George (10), from Palmerston School, hits a home run.
Harlem George (10), from Palmerston School, hits a home run.
Khan Armstrong (9), from Warrington School, eyes the shuttlecock.
Khan Armstrong (9), from Warrington School, eyes the shuttlecock.
Max Ross (12), from Waitati School, smacks a return shot.
Max Ross (12), from Waitati School, smacks a return shot.

Pupils from seven of the Three Peaks (East Otago) cluster of eight schools attended a Have a Go Day at the Edgar Centre in Dunedin yesterday.

The schools were Purakaunui, Waitati, Karitane, Waikouaiti, Warrington, Macraes-Moonlight and Palmerston.

Gregor Richardson captured the fun.

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