Miss Phillips: October 2016
On Thursday 29th October, 27 key stage 2 pupils represented Wrenbury Primary School at the Nantwich School's Quad Kids Competition at Malbank High School. After being postponed, the weather was fantastic for the event. The competition consisted of four different events, which every child participated in and tried their very best. The four events were:
- Run 600 metres
- Sprint 75 metres
- Vortex Howler Throw (javelin)
- Standing long jump
Every child was a credit to our school, displaying excellent sportsmanship and giving 100% effort in all the events. I would like to thank all of the children for their excellent behaviour throughout the competition. Another big thank you goes to Mrs Winward for supporting us with the organising and all of the parents for transporting and supporting the children at the finish lines!
Another great event!
THank you to Melissa for supporting with writing the competition report!
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