YOUNGSTERS at a Devizes school have dived straight in to a challenge set by Olympian Tom Daley as part of Sport Relief.

Daley, who won bronze at the London Olympics from the high board, asked schools the country to take part in a week of activities and Southbroom Infants has shown it is up for the challenge.

On Monday the children did hula hooping followed by a skip-a-thon on Tuesday and star jumping yesterday. Today it will be boogie Thursday and tomorrow Footie Friday.

Tomorrow promises to be a busy day as not only will the pupils be playing football for Sport Relief they will also have a visit by a Space Dome as their topic on the subject comes to an end.

To round the term off there will be an Easter bonnet parade on the morning of March 29 and an Easter egg hunt in the afternoon.

Employees of MSA Latchways on the Hopton Industrial Estate, Devizes will also be doing their bit for Sport Relief on March 25 when a fun day is held at Devizes Football Club from 1pm to 6pm.

It will include a charity football game, music by a local band, face painting, refreshments and a cupcake stall.