Miss Phillips: November 2016
On Thursday 17th November, 8 year 6 children from Wrenbury Primary School, left school a little early to represent Wrenbury at the Dodgeball competition at Shavington High School. Our team was made up of Charlie, Melissa, Aoife, Harry, Will, Jasmine, Ben and Alfie — they all played extremely well and demonstrated outstanding sportsmanship!! I was very proud to take all of them and they should be proud of themselves too.
We played 6 games in total, all of which had three rounds.The children worked well as a team dodging the balls thrown by the other teams, catching the balls to get their team members back in play and throwing as accurately as they could to knock out the other players. We did very well, winning quite a lot of the individual rounds. (Results will be sent to school and shared with children).
A big WELL DONE to our team, an excellent representation of our school! Thank you to all the parents for collecting the children (despite it being parents evening), a big thank you to Mrs Winward for taking her time to support us and thank you to the event organisers who allowed the event to run smoothly.
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