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On Wednesday 13th July, children from across the whole school, including Pre-School participated in a competitive sports day organised by Mr Logan, our Year 3 teacher.

 

This year saw a new format being introduced to ensure that all children had the opportunity to participate in a couple of races on the track as well as other athletic activities in a round robin format.  All the children were competing to score points for their colour team.

 

Pre-School, Reception and Key Stage 1 children enjoyed a number of round robin events including touch rugby and agility ladders. On the track the children participated in running races, egg and spoon race and the sack race.

 

In Key Stage 2, the children participated in a whole range of athletic events which the children had been practising for a number of weeks with Ron, the athletics coach.  On the day the children participated in javelin, standing high jump, hurdles, agility ladders and standing long jump.

 

Parents, families and friends stood on the side line cheering all the children on.  There was a fantastic atmosphere the whole day which was only dampened slightly by a quick shower that passed through as everyone was tucking into their picnic lunches.  Following the Key Stage 2 races there was even time for a quick parent’s race, which was very competitive indeed.  Well done to all the children and parents who took part in sports day.  Thank you to everyone who came along to watch and support and also make the day one to remember.

 

After a very exciting and fun packed day the winning team for Key Stage 1 was Severn and the winning team for Key Stage 2 was also Severn.

 

One of the parents, Mrs Hurst said, “This Sports Day was the best by far! The new system was great, it felt more organised than previous years and the traditional races like the sack race, egg and spoon race and parent’s race, really made it memorable. Well done staff and kids!”