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Competitive Sports Day

This year a competitive sports day was ran for all of KS1 and KS2, this event took place on Monday 6th July. The event ran on a quad kids format were all children competed in four events. The events that the children competed in were a 60 metre sprint, a 400 metre run, a howler throw and a standing long jump. All of the children really enjoyed the day putting in 100% effort and showing great enthusiasm. Well done to all the children who participated!!

The top three point scorers in each class:

Class 3
Boys
1st – Alfie Reegan
2nd – Joseph Hopper
3rd – Taylor Mclean

Girls
1st – Ebony Duffy
2nd – Lily Hopper
3rd – Gabriella Saunders

Class 4
Boys
1st – Ellis Raynor
2nd – Charlie Elwine
3rd – Jakob Baines

Girls
1st – Martha Morgan
2nd – Macy Evans
3rd – Layla Murdoch

Class 5
Boys
1st – Bobby Salt
2nd – Dru MacQueen
3rd – David Legg

Girls
1st – Faith O’Hagan
2nd – Sidonie Yousefi
3rd – Holly Laidler

Class 6
Boys
1st – Zak Marshall
2nd – Thomas Davey
3rd – Leon Angliss

Girls
1st – Destiny Thomas-Millar
2nd – Ella Sedgwick
3rd – Lola Johnstone

Class 7
Boys
1st – Deaton Sargent
2nd – Kieran Neale
3rd – Sean Dolan

Girls
1st – Lola Frankland
2nd – Aryana Clay
3rd – Paige O’Hare

Class 8
Boys
1st – Bailey Millward
2nd – Jordan Andrew
3rd – Kian Whitehead

Girls
1st – Amelia Yates
2nd – Charlotte Legg
3rd – Melody Pattison

Class 9
Boys
1st – Harry Breed
2nd – Lennon Brydon
3rd – Kai Kelly

Girls
1st – Triniti Longstaff
2nd – Rhianna Steed
3rd – Kennedy Johnson

Class 10
Boys
1st – Louie Morgan
2nd – Tyler Foy
3rd – Zane Yousefi

Girls
1st – Crystal Matthews
2nd – Elissa Kenvyn
3rd – Scarlet Heppenstall

Class 11
Boys
1st – Jack Hughes
2nd – Kenzie Harker
3rd – Harley Wilkinson

Girls
1st – Leah Mulraney
2nd – Kezie McGlade
3rd – Laycie Jordan-Vaughan

Class 12
Boys
1st – Rio Blades
2nd – Joshua Lloyd
3rd – Ellis Cairns

Girls
1st – Ellie-May Thompson
2nd – Lola Fagan
3rd – Evie-Grace Potton

Class 13
Boys
1st – Owen Honeyman
2nd – Lawrence Wilson
3rd – Harley Lee

Girls
1st – Faith Raynor
2nd – Chelsea Reeve
3rd – Analise Williams

Class 14
Boys
1st – Declan Day
2nd – Taylor O’Hagan
3rd – Brandon Johnson

Girls
1st – Megan Kearton
2nd – Olivia Morgan
3rd – Millie Heppenstall

Class 15
Boys
1st – Jay Salt
2nd – McKenzie Joof
3rd – Ethan Chapman

Girls
1st – Alice Young
2nd – Nicole Swinnerton
3rd – Imarni Angioy

The overall year group winners were:

Year 1
Boy
Bobby Salt

Girl
Martha Morgan

Year 2
Boy
Deaton Sargent

Girl
Lola Frankland

Year 3
Boy
Louie Morgan

Girl
Amelia Yates

Year 4
Boy
Jack Hughes

Girl
Leah Mulraney

Year 5
Boy
Owen Honeyman

Girl
Megan Kearton

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