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Virtual Sports Day Results


Results for Virtual Sports Day 2020 are in and we are pleased to announce the winners! In addition to medals for sporting achievement, we have awarded some School Values Medals for excellent effort and determination. 

Thanks you to everyone who participated. We hope you had fun! Everyone who entered will receive a certificate.


Reception Winners:






School Values: Eshaal


Key Stage 1 Winners:







School Values: Sophia


Key Stage 2 Winners:






Josh (Year 5)


School Values: Matilda (Year 3) and Zak (Year 5)


Logo Competition:  


Zain (Year 6)

Zaynab (Year 5)


Opening Routine:


Hollie (Year 3)

Roz (Year 1), Bob (Year 1) and Annabelle (Year 3)


A huge well done also to Year 5, which was the class that sent in the most entries from home. Well done Year 5!!



More Year 5 children enjoying Virtual Sports Day

The action shots from Virtual Sports Day keep coming in!

More photos from sporting superstars at home!

Our Key workers' children produced an opening ceremony for Virtual Sports Day 😀😎

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A big well done to all of those who entered the logo competition for Virtual Sports Day. Winners to be announced soon! Can you spot yours?

We have already received lots of Virtual Sports Day photos from all of you at home. Well done!

Some Virtual Sports Day pictures from Nursery

We had lots of fun at school competing in Virtual Sports Day today! Can’t wait to receive scorecards and photos from all at home too!

Virtual Sports Day is on Wednesday 1st July! Please see the letter and documents below. Deadline for entries is Friday 3rd July

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