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Sports Spring 2021

Class 3 and Class 4 have completed the second round of the Virtually Boccia Competition - there were four more new challenges for the children to take part in and the Y6 Sports Leaders along with some of the Y5 children proved invaluable in helping to run each station.

We had a great afternoon in PE when Class 3 took part in the Virtually Boccia Challenge Competition. The children who had had a go when they attended the Hub during lockdown were able to lead the stations by setting up, explaining the task and scoring - great skills to be practising ready for Year 6 as Sports Leaders!

The children in the hub have been busy competing in the Virtual Boccia competition- their scores will be added together over the next few weeks and will be entered into the national competition at the end of February.
Welcome to the first round of the Virtual Schools Challenge. We are one of over 500 schools/ colleges from across the country taking part in the challenge which is amazing, with students ranging from 4 to 18. We have 4 challenges to complete over the next 6 weeks where you could achieve an incredible 345 points. Some handy equipment for doing these activities in school are; hoops, cones/ markers, paper. If you are doing these activities at home, here are some ideas that could be used; a tie, scarf or towels to create the different shapes, tins or toilet rolls as cones/ markers.  Good luck!

Here is a video link from Sian Grassby our School Games Cluster organiser.  The results are from the Autumn 1 set of challenges which took place in the first Autumn half term.  The two elements of the competition were Shuttle Run and Standing Long Jump.

https://we.tl/t-JxJJRrPM1P

Our results were;

Year 3 - 8th overall

Year 4 - 8th overall

Year 5 - 8th overall

Year 6 - 3rd overall.

Well done!

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