Primary Inclusive Boccia 03.07.2018

A great morning of sport at Eggbuckland Community College today. 7 students from the leadership academy hosted primary age children from local schools in a Primary Inclusive Boccia event.  We had 10 teams in total representing Austin Farm, Eggbuckland Vale, Compton, St. Edwards and Lipson Vale.

Today was an opportunity to try Boccia with the help of the young leaders and just enjoy playing against as many teams as we could fit in during the morning. No experience is necessary for these events as the leaders do such a great job of teaching all of the new comers how to play and lead all of the games for them. This is a very relaxed and friendly event, more about enjoying playing sport rather than keeping scores.

I would like to say a huge thank you to the young leaders and to Miss Mullaly for all of their efforts this morning – the children had a fantastic morning so thank you. If you enjoyed coming along today or are intrigued about this event or other inclusive events, be sure to check the PSSP website for any future dates.

Contact

Claire Cormack

Claire Cormack
PE Specialist Teacher for Plympton Academy Clusters, Responsible for Partnership Mainstream SEN

Telephone:
Mobile: 07932 460256
Email: cormackcpssp@gmail.com

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