Miss Phillips: March 2017
On Monday 20th March, children from Wrenbury Primary School made their way to Malbank High School playing fields to take part in the cross country competition.
We had children from each year group within Key Stage 2 taking part. This was a great chance for children who had been to cross country club to put all their practise to the test! Each year group ran their separate races having to run a specific distance (getting further the older they were). The rain had stopped just in time for the competition and the sun came out.
Thank you to Mrs Winward, Mrs Heaton and Mrs Taylor who accompanied the children to this competition and supported with the organisation. Mrs Winward was very impressed with how well everyone behaved and the amount of effort put in by every child. Every child stated how much they enjoyed taking part in the competition!
Well done to all that took part! Thank you to the parents that supported us with transport.
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