Miss Phillips: March 2016
A fantastic, fun-filled morning outside in the fog raising money for Sport relief!
The whole school braved the cold and the wet grass to go and play a tournament of matball. All of early years and key stage 1 played in their house teams against one another, they all played exceptionally well, especially as they couldnt move when they had the ball. They all tried hard to catch and throw the ball to the players on their team. Mrs Parsons got stuck in catching and passing too!
Key stage 2 also played in their house teams and played 3 different matches against the other teams. They worked very well together and communicated throughout every game. Miss Smith had a fabulous time joining in too!
A big thank you to all the staff for supporting with refereering and cheering teams on at the side line! A huge thank you to Mr Ellis for organising our morning and making sure it ran smoothly!
Last but not least and even bigger thank to all the children who took part and raised whatever money they could to support other children around the world!
We have raised a spectacular amount of money to pass on to the charity.
A total sum of £724.17 has been raised by the children at Wrenbury Primary School!!!!
Base 1 raised £94
Base 2 raised £89.80
Base 3 raised £157.50
Base 4 raised £357.85
Base 5 raised £30
Our best fundraiser this year was Katie who raised a fantastic £212!!
Well done to everyone at Wrenbury Primary School and I look forward to the fun we can have next year as well!
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