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Super Sports Day

Friday was our Sports Day. We had a fabulous time along with Key Stage One down on the MUGA completing a range of different activities. First we found out which team we were in and which grown up we were with. It was good because we got mixed up with lots of kids from all the other classes. Then it was down to the MUGA to start the different activities. We had ten to do in total with a couple of rest stations.

Sports Day was even more exciting this year as our parents/ carers got to come and watch us. There were 75 parents/ carers in total which is fantastic to see. Thanks to all that came. A big thank you also the the Y6 kids who came to help us and Miss Varley who organised everything.

Once we’d done all the activities we went back to the Main Hall to find out who won. All the points every team scored were added up and the winning teams were announced. There were special certificates for the kids in 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. Everyone else got a certificate to say well done.

What have we been learning?

  • to take part in a team with children from a range of classes.
  • to participate in a range of sporting activities.
  • about the effects of exercise on our bodies.
  • to support others engaged in sporting activities.

How can you continue the learning at home? 

  • have a mini-sports day at the park with your friends. 
  • talk about the effects of exercise on your body, for example, when walking home or walking up stairs. 
  • talk about how to cool down when you get hot during sports activities, such as taking off jumpers when hot and drinking cool water. 
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Reblogged!!!

Onyx class have been popping up on other blogs in school this week. Did you know there are other blogs?

Mr Sieczkarek added us to his Headteacher blog when we went to show him our amazing volcano learning. You can find the post by clicking here. If you want to see Mr Sieczkarek’s Headteacher blog and follow it too click on the homepage here.

Miss Varley was also so impressed that she added us to her special Prince Edward Primary School Science blog. You can find the post by clicking here. We were the very first post from the whole school. You can see all the posts on the school Science blog by clicking here.

Don’t forget to follow all of the class and subject blogs in school to find out what is going on in school.