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Sports Council

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The sports council meet regularly.  During our meetings we discuss how to make the school sports even better than it is already.

November 2021

After our meeting we decided as a  school to take part in the sponsored Santa Dash again this year.

This is a national event that thousands of children across the country take part in to raise money for their school. The sponsored run will take place on Friday 10th December during our Christmas WOW day.

This year we ask you to bring in your own festive head wear such as a Santa hat, a reindeer head band, or an elf hat.

Please use the sponsor form provided to keep track of sponsor money which will need to be brought into school by Monday 13th December.

We hope everyone enjoys their selves again.

Class Representatives for 2021-2022

  • Year 1: Grace and Toby
  • Year 2: Bethany W and Lars
  • Year 3: Eliana and Ethan
  • Year 4: Kacie and Freddie 
  • Year 5: Elvi and Alfie
  • Year 6B: Tommy and Ava
  • Year 6W: Holly and Sonny
  • Chair: Sophie
  • Vice chair: Sunny

17th July 2021

The School Council and Sports Council have worked together to link a fundraising event with Sports day and so we will be participating in a sponsored run around the school field over the course of next week, in aid of Little Havens Children's Hospice which is our chosen charity for this year. 

Please follow this link to watch a Video from Emily and Teddy, the chairs of the School and Sports Councils respectively, explaining the event.

11th December 2020

Our first event of the year saw the whole school take part in our first ever Santa Dash.

Wearing our Santa hats, we completed as many laps of the playground as we could. Some children ‘dashed’ quicker than others, but everyone gave it their best effort.

Sponsorship money has been rolling in and to date, we have collected a massive £1551. An amazing total, far exceeding anything we could have possibly imagined. A massive thank you to everyone who has donated money.  The money will be split between Little Havens and School fund.

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