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St Peter's 2-8 Sports Day 2021

St Peter's 2-8

St Peter's 2-8 Sports Day 2021

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The sun was shining for our St Peter's 2-8 Sports Day last week. Reception and Year 1 competed in the morning and Year 2 and Year 3 in the afternoon.

The children had worked extremely hard on their practical skills in their PE lessons and it was amazing to see them in action. The atmosphere was fantastic, and after a two-year delay, the children were finally able to compete!

All of the children were brilliant, but a particular well done to Martha (Year 1) and Hugh (Reception) and to Micklegate for winning the Reception and Year 1 Sports Day trophy. Congratulations also to Edward (Year 2) and Noah (Year 3) and to Micklegate and Walmgate, who jointly won the Year 2 and Year 3 Sports Day. The overall house winners will be presented at our final assembly on Thursday this week.

It was lovely to welcome parents to spectate both in person and via our live streaming platform. Whether virtually or in person, there was a wonderful atmosphere and the children absolutely loved it.

We would like to send our thanks to the catering team for keeping each ‘bubble’ of parents fed and watered, the estates and grounds team for setting up the events, the staff at school who ensured the children were in the right place at the right time and our IT staff Adam and James who recorded the event for everyone to watch from home... What a team effort!

We would like to send a huge thank you to the Friends of St Peter’s 2-8, who generously donated the coloured house T-shirts that were such a fantastic success. The children loved them!

Particular thanks must go to Miss Flockhart, ably assisted by Miss Beaumont, who organised a fabulous day for the children. 

Ms Flockhard said 'It made me burst with pride seeing everybody smiling and cheering one another on in their races.'