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How lucky were we to have TWO Olympic athletes visit us?!

Class 10 have been aspiring to the skills of Wimbledon professionals over this half term with help from our Inspire + coach, Mr Bennett. Check out their tennis poses!

Our intra-school netball competition, run at lunchtimes with the help of some volunteers from our netball team, who are responsible for officiating the games.

Our intra-school netball competition, run at lunchtimes with the help of some volunteers from our netball team, who are responsible for officiating the games. 1

Sam Ruddock, a paralympic athlete, came into school one morning to take our assembly. He helped us to set some of our own goals and was very inspirational

Sam Ruddock, a paralympic athlete, came into school one morning to take our assembly.  He helped us to set some of our own goals and was very inspirational 1

Year 5 working on their tennis skills. We are learning how to control our shots, making sure we can direct them to a specific target area.

Year 5 working on their tennis skills.  We are learning how to control our shots, making sure we can direct them to a specific target area. 1

The current sports council are responsible for coordinating the Legacy Challenge and other sporting initiatives in school. They treated us to a fantastic assembly earlier in the year, to try and encourage lots of other people to get involved in the Legacy Challenge.

The current sports council are responsible for coordinating the Legacy Challenge and other sporting initiatives in school.  They treated us to a fantastic assembly earlier in the year, to try and encourage lots of other people to get involved in the Legacy Challenge. 1

Class 2 have been working on their hand-eye coordination in tennis by practising controlling the ball with the tennis racket

Class 2 have been working on their hand-eye coordination in tennis by practising controlling the ball with the tennis racket 1

Some of our Key Stage 2 children chose to take part in hockey during our Creative Arts time. Here they are practising their dribbling, making sure they keep the ball close to their stick!

Some of our Key Stage 2 children chose to take part in hockey during our Creative Arts time. Here they are practising their dribbling, making sure they keep the ball close to their stick! 1

Some of our younger children have been using the ladders in athletics to help them develop their running skills, working hard to make sure their steps are evenly spaced out.

Some of our younger children have been using the ladders in athletics to help them develop their running skills, working hard to make sure their steps are evenly spaced out. 1

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