Miss Phillips: December 2018
Last week, our Wrenbury team set off to Malbank High School to take part in this year's Sportshall competition. The children had a range of track and field events to take part in. There were a range of races to compete in, some of which had obstacles making it a bit challenging, and they had field events including javelin, vertical jump, triple jump, standing long jump, 3 bounds, speed stepper and chest push.
All of the children that came to the event tried their very best, I was very impressed with the determination in all of the children to complete each event to the best of their ability. Even the children who had a fall made sure they didn't let their team down and did their very best. I am very proud of every child who participated, their team spirit was outstanding. Well done to every one of you, you should be proud of yourselves!
Thank you to Miss McKinnon who supported with the organisation of the evening and thank you to the parents for support with transport and during the evening.
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