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Teamwork, Tries and Torrential Rain!
It has been another fantastic week of sport, with the first ever Tag Rugby festival at JCP!
On Wednesday afternoon, all the classes from Years 4 , 5 and 6 met on the sports field ready to compete against each other in the Tag Rugby festival. Although the weather was wet and cold, it didn’t hold the children back. Their enthusiasm shone through and they were all really excited to showcase their skills.
Over the last two terms, ENGAGE have been in school teaching the children Tag Rugby and the importance of the five core values of Rugby:
Mrs Kaur said, ‘I really enjoyed yesterday afternoon – even in the rain the children enjoyed cheering on their peers.’
‘I enjoyed playing against all the different years,’ said Callum Bradley (6HC)
Alysha Cardwell, in Year 4AH stated, ‘I think the rugby was great, we worked together as a team and persevered.’
A special thank you goes to our referees: Mr Brady, Mr Wallen, Mr Hendy and Mr Smith from ENGAGE. See what Mr Smith had to say about the event by clicking on the link below.
Sky Blues lead the way!
Year 1 were fortunate enough to be joined by four Coventry City players in their PE lesson, as part of the CCFC Primary stars programme.
Over the last few weeks, year 1 have been participating in the Primary Stars programme, a CCFC project to help young people become more aware of the importance of leading an active lifestyle. On Tuesday 31st January, four professional footballers, from CCFC, came into school to participate in their multi-skill PE lesson. The children loved having the players in and were really excited to watch their skills.
Following the lesson, the players joined 5KW for a question and answer session. Keen footballers, Ritchie Payne (6MG) and Sammy Bhakri (6MG) were really pleased they got the opportunity to ask some questions. Sammy said, ‘It was really fun and a good experience to meet the players.’
Watch part of the interview below. Copy and paste the web address into a new tab.