Miss Phillips: December 2016
On Monday 28th November, 27 pupils from year 3, 4, 5 and 6 left school to represent Wrenbury Primary School at the Sportshall athletics competition against 4 other schools.
All of the children competed to the best of their ability, especially those that supported our year 3 and 4 boys team by making up the numbers so that we could compete. There were many different races that the children took part in which took a lot of concentration and speed. Alongside the races were also field events, including the javelin, long jump, triple jump and chest push.
All of the children were a credit to the School with exemplary behaviour and sportsmanship. Well done to all of you that took part, you should be very proud of yourselves.
I would like to say a big thank you to Mrs Winward, Mrs Clarke and Mrs Heaton for offering their support at the competition, without whom it would not have been possible. Thank you als0 to Mr Ellis for giving up his time to go along and support our team! Another thank you to all the parents for transport and support, we do appreciate your high level of support!
Apologies for the late posting of the report
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