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PUBLISHED: 16:00 05 November 2008 | UPDATED: 15:37 25 August 2010

Back Row (L-R): Deputy Head Teacher Colette Doran-Hannon, Chole Huggan and Janes Spillanc. Middle Row (L-R): Michael Asika, Metomi Adekalu. Front Row (L-R) Jospeh Donnelly, Molly Dallison-Hawkins

Back Row (L-R): Deputy Head Teacher Colette Doran-Hannon, Chole Huggan and Janes Spillanc. Middle Row (L-R): Michael Asika, Metomi Adekalu. Front Row (L-R) Jospeh Donnelly, Molly Dallison-Hawkins

CHILDREN have been taking up the challenge of walking to school with the help of a mystery foot.

CHILDREN have been taking up the challenge of walking to school with the help of a mystery foot.

Schoolchildren in Bexley were set the challenge of Finding Frankie the Foot as part of October's International Walk to School Month.

Each day school staff and lollipop ladies hid 'Frankies' along routes to the school and children were asked to try and find as many of them as possible on their way in.

Bexley council's Chief Executive Will Tuckley visited St Fidelis Catholic School, in Erith on October 24 to see one of the 34 schools in the borough which have been taking part.


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