KS1 Multi Skills at Coombe Dean 22.11.17

84 children from 7 schools took part in the KS1 multi skills festival at Coombe Dean hosted by the Year 9 Leadership Group. 

The children completed a circuit of running, jumping and throwing activities with the aim of improving these skills and at the same time competing to be the fastest in their group. 

The leaders identified the following super performances: Marley from Goosewell and Tommy from Mary Deans in the hurdles, Nicole from Wembury in the balance beam, Aliya from Mary Deans in the around the world, Maya from St Peters and AJ from Wembury in the tennis ball minefield, Lexi and Luke from Pomphlett in the speed bounce. 

As usual the children took part with such great enthusiam which contributed to the success of the event. 

Well done to all who took part, thanks to the leaders for organising the morning and motiviating the children to succeed and also a big thanks to Josh from Oreston for stepping in at the last minute to be my voice in bringing the event to a close.  There was lots of cheering from some very happy but tired children!

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Jan Walpole

Jan Walpole
PE Specialist Teacher for Coombe Dean Academic Cluster

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