Mrs Cador: June 2015
A day to celebrate!
The sun shone, the afternoon was a family affair and the children raced with good humour and competitive spirit!
There was sprinting and sack racing, egg and spoon and obstacle races, space hopper as well as a long distance races that even our youngest sports stars wanted to take part in.
We watched brilliant bouncing by Charlie M, gasped at Oliver's fantastic forward roll on a space hopper to cross the winning line...and thoroughly enjoyed the camaraderie between the children and all the smiles as stickers for 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th were awarded!
The finishing line saw hard fought wins, the points climb to final scores and the Yellow team triumphant!
| BLUE | 230 | GREEN | 207 | YELLOW | 249 | RED | 212 |
Well done to all our sporting superstars — you did yourselves proud!
A big thank you for joining us today to make it a special sports day for everyone and to FOWS for supporting with well deserved refreshments.
And the sporting success continues...Do look out for news about our Y6 Girls Kwik Cricket team, who will be competing in a Level 3 Cheshire competition next Wednesday! Good luck girls!
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