Nearly 200 children from ages 2 to 8 passed a rugby ball as many times as possible in 15 minutes.
After a frantic quarter of an hour, the School made an estimated 5460 passes in support of the charity. The total amount raised is still being counted.
Phil Hardy, Head at Clifton School and Nursery, said:
Everyone has rugby fever with the world cup underway and it was fantastic to work together as a school to raise money for Wooden Spoon. It was especially great to have players from the St Peter’s School rugby teams, and teacher Paddy Stephen helping our pupils. Sport is amazing at changing the lives of people and Wooden Spoon does some fantastic work helping children through rugby. It was an opportunity we couldn’t pass up!
Wooden Spoon was established in 1983 and funds life-changing projects across the UK and Ireland that support disadvantaged and disabled children.