SNSSP Year 3/4 Sportshall Athletics

On Tuesday 21st January South Norfolk School Sport Partnership hosted the Year 3 and 4 Sportshall Athletics competition at Framingham Earl High School. The competition was open to the schools who had qualified through a cluster qualifying competition at their local high school.

Seven teams competed with a squad of 20 athletes who took part in a number of track relays and field events including chest push, vertical jump, standing long jump, 5 strides, speed bounce and javelin throwing.

There was an amazing atmosphere throughout the event with all the children really getting into the spirit of the games. Fourteen children two from each team were presented with a special sportsmanship award for demonstrating one of the six school games values.

Sports Leaders from Framingham Earl High School were brilliant in scoring and managing the event which enabled over 130 pupils to take part.

Good luck to East Harling (Girls and Boys), Brooke (Boys) and Wreningham (Girls) who will now go on to represent South Norfolk School Sport Partnership at the Norfolk School Games in February.

 Girls Results:

1. East Harling

2. Wreningham

3. Forncett

4. Alburgh

5. St Andrews

6. Ellingham and Woodton

7. Brooke

Boys Results:

1. Brooke

2. East Harling

3. Wreningham

3. Alburgh

5. Ellingham and Woodton

6. St Andrews

7. Forncett


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