Enthusiastic students and staff will make Sport Relief a day to remember at Skegness Grammar School.
School representatives say, a mammoth effort is being put in to raise as much money as possible on Friday, March 21.
Over lunch, students will ‘Row the Channel’, in house teams.
After school, there will be more rowing, plus a two-hour netball game.
The winning criteria will include how much each team has raised, as well as their performance.
Assistant headteacher, Amanda Black, said: “Sport relief is a fantastic cause that we can’t wait to get involved in at Skegness Grammar School.
“Students and staff will be helping raise as much money as possible for vulnerable people in the UK and in poorer countries across the world,” she said.