Pupils at St Anne's Fulshaw CE Primary School organised a day of fundraising for The Christie.
Year 5 and 6 pupils took part in the events which were led by Jasmine from Year 6 and teaching assistant Mrs May.
Clare Daniel, Headteacher St Anne's Fulshaw CE Primary School, explained "Having a mum currently suffering with cancer, Jasmine was a little lost as to how she could help to make things better. The Christie day helped to empower her and made her feel more proactive in her mum's fight against cancer."
They organised a range of activities including 'How far can we cycle in a day?' and 'How far can we run in a day?' as well as hosting a variety of stalls and games for other pupils throughout the day, finishing off with a cake sale.
Mrs May, who has been supporting Jasmine at school, said "Jasmine threw everything into this day and the whole class supported her. 'Keep it going for The Christie' was their motto. I'm really proud of all of them for their efforts and it was lovely to see Jasmine with such a positive attitude and growing confidence that she could make a difference."
Mrs May gamely dressed as Christie Bear at the start and end of the day and parents, friends and grandparents were very generous with their donations and sponsorship, enabling the pupils to raise £646.34 for the cancer charity.