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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Sports Day 2021!

On Wednesday we were all set and excited for Sports Day. It did rain, however we didn't let that stop us having fun and a fantastic day!

As it was raining, our Sports day relocated to inside. Firstly in the hall, where children took part in a skipping race. Skipping is a tricky skill, but children were resilient and did not give up.

Next was the spot run, which was a very close competition and was a sprint until the finish. 

 

Last of all we finished in the hall with some dribbling. This required lots of concentration and the children showed really good control of the ball. 

It was then time for a quick break to prepare for the next events. The next events started with a hoop toss, where the children had to throw a bean bag into a hula hoop that was close to them and then challenge themselves to throw a bean bag into a hula hoop that was further away. This race ended with a tie between all four teams so it was still all to play for. 

Next we took part in the egg and spoon race. Children balanced a bean bag on a tennis racket and walked as quickly as we could to the finish line. Some of us tried to run, but our bean bag kept falling off.

To finish we did speed stacking. We built a tower of 3 cups and then took it down as quickly as we possibly could. 

Overall we had a great sports day and the children showed great team work as well as their sporting skills!

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