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ASA Fair

14 January 2019

The Spring Term ‘ASA Fair’ took place in the gym last Friday.

  • ASA Fair, January 11
  • ASA Fair, January 11
  • ASA Fair, January 11
  • ASA Fair, January 11
  • ASA Fair, January 11

It was an opportunity for children to sample the After School Activities that will be on offer for Spring Term. The ASA line up combined a number of brand new exciting activities with some returning favourites. For KS1 children, new activities include gymnastics, ballet and choir. New activities for KS2 children include maths challenge, guitar heroes and All Black rugby. As well as all these, the ever popular MIT STEAM club returns, alongside other popular activities such as cooking clubs and mini Picassos.

The ASA Fair is always an exciting afternoon and this fair was no exception. The gym was full of stalls that were interactive and encouraged children to get involved. From playing chess against a teacher, to jumping off a gymnastics springboard, there was something for everyone to try out. After the fair, children received their preference sheets and faced the tough decision of ranking their preferences when they got home. ASAs will commence on the 22nd of January and both teachers and children are looking forward to them starting up again.

By Steve O’Leary

Head of PE