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PE News 29th Jan

29 January 2016


On Thursday the whole school travelled to An Phu Primary to take part in our Sports Day. Competition was fierce and everyone enjoyed their day. F3-Y2 students competed in 6 different events, a relay and a tug of war.

The results of the F3-Y2 sports day were;

  1. Hanoi

  2. Dalat

  3. Hue

  4. Saigon

The Y3-Y6 competition changed format this year. Every student was placed in a group of between 10 and 12 children. Each group competed in 7 field events and a 100m and 60m sprint. All students scored points at each activity.  At the end of the day all points were added up and each house's scores were totalled.

The results of the Y3-Y6 sports day were;

  1. Hue – 1651 pts

  2. Dalat – 1519 pts

  3. Hanoi – 1422

  4. Saigon – 1327

 A big thank you to all parents, staff and pupils for their help in organising and competing.

SISAC City Athletics Championships

On Wednesday this week, 48 students travelled to South Saigon International School to take part in the city track and field meeting. It was very long afternoon as the competition over ran, but all Tu Xuong students competed magnificently and were a credit to the school. Some of the stand-out results are listed below.

KELLY TRAN – 1ST Long Jump, 2nd Triple Jump

NAOMI TRAN – 2ND Long Jump

SUSU LE – 4th Shot Put

KIM DUONG – 2ND Discuss

PETER LEE – 4th Long Jump

KHOA TRAN – 2ND Triple Jump (by 3cm)

BENZ PHAM – 5TH Shot Put

YONG JUN – 5TH Discuss, 4th Javelin

AVI – 4th Discuss

ANDREW – 1st Javelin

Mr Ali Thom / PE Teacher