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Sports Week

Sports Week at BSKL

BSKL hosted traditional Sports Week competitions for students across many year groups, marking the first time these events could be held in-person since the pandemic began last year.

A full week of sport activities took place  in both Primary and Secondary. In Primary, Years 1-4 had 8 throwing, jumping and running events in School, while our VSE students joined in virtually with 5 power, speed and agility events online.

Sports Week

Year 1 & 2 students all received a participation medal for their efforts, while the results (combined VSE & Physical) for Years 3 & 4 are below:

Year 3

1st Place - Normans

2nd Place - Saxons

3rd Place - Romans

4th Place - Vikings

Year 4

1st Place - Saxons

2nd Place - Vikings

3rd Place - Romans

4th Place - Normans

In secondary, students also took part both in school and online. Years 7-9 participated in 12 individual events, as well as a number of team relays. Years 10-13 were able to represent their houses in team relays, ensuring they earnt some vital house points.

Sport Week

25,000 house points were earned by the students across 4 and a half days, and with only the Year 7 team events left to go, the house cup really is up for grabs, with only 70 points separating all 4 houses!

After so long away from the sports field, it’s been amazing to see the children active and competing, but most importantly smiling and having fun.

Earlier this year sports day activities were hold online for Year 5 & 6 students.