And that’s exactly what Hill House School pupils are after a spelling competition helped to raise a massive £6,000 for charity.
Pupils were challenged to learn up to 50 words for a sponsored spell-a-thon.
And it was pupil Neel Dugar who was crowned the champion speller.
The competition was among a selection of activities the Auckley school held in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Pupils and staff added cash to the pot by donning fancy dress including the official trust’s T-shirt. There was also a variety of performances from guitar groups, choirs and singers with the theme being ‘at the movies’.
The day blitzed the original target of £3,000.