Miss Phillips: October 2016
On Thursday 20th October 2016, 9 of Wrenbury's pupils left school early to make their way to South Cheshire College to represent our school in the Boccia competition. Boccia is a paralympic sport and provided as an excellent opportunity for children to try something new and practise different skills. The aim of the game is to be the team with the most amount of balls closest to the jack.
Wrenbury had three teams playing different games against other schools and even some games against each other! The children clearly gave 100% effort and enjoyed the whole competition. Once the children had got the hang of how to play, they were then able to refine their skills, especially when it came to how hard to throw the ball to ensure it got as close as possible to the jack.
A big thank you to all of the parents that supported us with this event, it is a great help to have so much positive support!
Well done to all of the children that took part, the results will be disseminated as soon as we receive them.
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