The past two weeks have seen yet more action packed fun in PE, however, this time it was rather wet as it was the Primary school swim galas. Key Stage 1 Year 1 and 2 children all had the chance to demonstrate their learning through water games. The games were designed to show water confidence, swimming and buoyancy skills, as well as entering and exiting the water safely. Some of the more advanced swimmers even got the chance to compete in friendly races which was extra pleasing to see as it shows how far the students have progressed in a short time. It was also wonderful to see a large number of parents coming to watch the students demonstrate their exceptional learning. Key Sage 2 Year 3 to 6 children competed in a more traditional swim gala. The Primary house captains chose the best swimmers from their houses to compete in front crawl, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly stroke races. Again, as with the Key Stage 1 children, it was extremely pleasing to see just how far the Key Stage 2 students have progressed over the year. There were some exceptional individual performances on display. All students gave their all, however, there could only be one overall house winner… and that was Hanoi!