Fitness instructors put pupils through their paces at a Health Fair held by Newcastle-under-Lyme School.
The fair was designed to get pupils aged 14 and over to think about healthy living and lifestyle.
Fun fitness sessions were hosted by instructors from well known local health club group, MClub.
Head of PSHE at Newcastle-under-Lyme School, Tim Jowitt, said: “This is the first time that fitness classes have featured in our health fair programme at the school. We have targeted pupils in Years 10 and 11 and the Sixth Form and have linked up with a wide range of health experts.
“Stalls have themes such as relaxation, healthy eating, mental health and how to check for signs of breast or testicular cancer.
“The MClub instructors ran four classes throughout the day. While Newcastle-under-Lyme School is well known for its sporting excellence, we recognise that there are pupils who do not always enjoy formal sports and believe that some of those pupils may be inspired to take up exercise classes normally found in gyms.”
MClub has a well established fitness centre on Festival Park and has recently opened a second centre at Trent Vale, Stoke-on-Trent.