Miss Phillips: June 2017
On Monday 12th June, 4 children from Wrenbury Primary School went to South Cheshire College to take part in a Games for All Festival. It was a fantastic morning doing a range of different sports with children from other schools.
The children had a go at four different sports. The first one was cricket where they practised throwing and catching, batting and hitting the wickets. Then they had a go at some athletics, throwing bean bags into a hoop, throwing a javelin and the standing long jump. After a short break, it was their turn at tennis. First, the children practised hitting the ball on their own racket and then tried hitting it over the net. The more they practised the better they got. Finally, it was time for the favourite activity of the morning, golf. They practised hitting the ball at various targets to see how many points they could score.
Thank you to Mr Ellis who joined us at South Cheshire to support with the activities, golf was also his favourite sport of the morning!
Well done to the children who took part, their behaviour was outstanding and they put in all of their effort in every sport.
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