Nord Anglia Education
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Nord Anglia
15 April, 2016

Sports Days

Sports Days

It has been our Sports Day week where the children have been working hard competing in their houses in a variety of different activities.

Sports Days It has been our Sports Day week where the children have been working hard competing in their houses in a variety of different activities.

It has been our Sports Day week where the children have been working hard competing in their houses in a variety of different activities.

 
On Monday it was the Key Stage 1 Sports Day which was held at Si’de Park, Lido. The children completed a round-robin event including lots of skills based activities which they have been learning in their PE lessons. The event was finished off with some very exciting team relays.
 

Year 1 Results
1st: Blue,   2nd: Green,   3rd: Yellow,   4th: Red

Year 2 Results
1st: Green,   2nd: Blue,   3rd: Yellow,   4th: Red

KS1 Overall Results
1st: BLUE (569),   2nd: GREEN (551),   3rd: YELLOW (526),   4th: RED (499)
 

On Tuesday Receptions had their Sports Day. The children were awesome and worked incredibly hard competing for their houses in a variety of competitive and non-competitive games and activities.
 
Reception Results
1st: BLUE (327),  2nd: YELLOW (325), 3rd: RED (311), 4th: GREEN (270)
 
Unfortunately the Key Stage 2 Sports Day had to be cancelled on Wednesday due to the pollution. This will be re-scheduled later in the term.
 
The Early Years Sports Festival was on Thursday greeted by blue skies and sunshine. The Pre-Nursery and Nursery children completed a round-robin of activities including: football shooting, target throwing, jumping as far as they could in the sand pit, parachute and circle games and an obstacle course. Well done to all of the children who took part in this event.
 
Once the Key Stage 2 Sports Day has been done we can then add all of the Sports Day results together to get an overall Sports Day house winner.
 
Well done to all of the children this week for being super sporty, hugely healthy and amazingly active! 
 
By Rachel Spencer