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Cross country

On 24th February the cross country team competed in the Middlesbrough schools cross country event at UCA. In total they were 36 pupils from Year 3, 4, 5 and 6 who represented our school. They were 12 from each year group 6 boys and 6 girls.

Out of each race the lowest 4 scores went forward:

Year 3/4 girls- 380

Year 3/4 boys- 292

Year 5 girls- 36

Year 5 boys- 313

Year 6 girls- 254

Year 6 boys- 153

Everyone who participated on the day showed superb determination! Well done Year 5 girls for winning their race and good luck to Leah, Kezia and Leonie who will be going to the Tees valley championships!


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