Hartlepool kids get zumba workout from expert

INSPIRING YOUNGSTERS: Andrea Douglas from Lifestyle Fitness dropped in to Lynnfield School to teach a Zumba class as part of the school's 'Be The Best' project.
INSPIRING YOUNGSTERS: Andrea Douglas from Lifestyle Fitness dropped in to Lynnfield School to teach a Zumba class as part of the school's 'Be The Best' project.

YOUNGSTERS were given inspiration on being simply the best after a high-octane visit to their school.

Trainers from Lifestyle Fitness, in Harbour Walk, Hartlepool, paid a visit to children at Lynnfield Primary School, in the town’s Grosvenor Street.

The fitness experts spent time with the pupils explaining what their jobs entail and the hard work they put into get where they are today.

The visit was all part of Lynnfield’s Be The Best campaign which sees people from all walks of life coming into the school to show children how to achieve success in their chosen careers.

Louise Preston, deputy headteacher the school said all of the kids had a brilliant, and inspiring time.

She said: “As part of our Be the Best campaign at Lynnfield School we had some trainers in from Lifestyle Fitness.

“They came in to explain to the children what their job entails and how they got were they are today.”

She added: “The idea is to give the children more ideas and some inspirations of what they could do when they leave school.

“After talking to the children they did some circuits with key stage two children, and zumba with foundation stage and key stage one children.”