Club mascots from around the country showed off their super moves and got children active on Monday to support the start of the Youth Sport Trust's National School Sport Week.
Tottenham Hotspur's Chirpy and Manchester United's Fred the Red were two of the many mascots who joined in with Super Movers, a schools partnership between the Premier League and the BBC that gets children moving in the classroom.
Here's the story of a memorable day for thousands of children at more than 70 schools.
Kicking off #NSSW with #MascotMonday!🐺— WolvesCommunityTrust (@wolvescomtrust) June 25, 2018
We took Wendy to Dunstall Hill Primary to get the KS2 pupils learning & moving with #SuperMovers 💃#CelebratePE#PLPrimaryStars@PLCommunities@YouthSportTrust@Wolvespic.twitter.com/yZuOodvyT0
We’re sorry @footballiceland, but it’s no longer officially called the ‘Thunder Clap’ 🙏— MFC Foundation (@MFCFoundation) June 25, 2018
Say hello to the ‘Roary Clap’ 😎
Take it away @NortonPrimary! 👏
Last stop of the day was at Oakhampton Primary, where Pilgrim Pete is inspiring children to read through a penalty shoot out. ⚽️#KeepMoving#NSSW#SuperMovers#PLPrimarystars#MascotMonday@PLCommunitiespic.twitter.com/U5cMeICoGF— Argyle Community Trust (@PAFCCommunityTr) June 25, 2018