Pupils at Carterton Community College battled it out on the netball court with their teachers during a charity day.

They were cheered on by members of staff dressed in all sorts of odd gear.

They were raising money for victims of the civil war in Rwanda in East Africa in 1994.

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Pictured left to right are cheerleaders Michael Bradley, Joth Gambold, Des Eddy, Jeremy Cunningham, Michael Steward and Allan Twydell.

Carterton Community College was founded in 1971.

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The website says: “The founding aims were ‘to offer a broad education to the children of Carterton with an emphasis on the needs of the individual child and to serve the whole community’.”

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This story was written by Andy Ffrench, he joined the team more than 20 years ago and now covers community news across Oxfordshire.

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