Interactive skills festival

PETERHOUSE Primary, Herman Primary and Moorlands Primary went to Oriel High School for a fun and interactive multi skills festival with the emphasis not just on fun and participation but also learning new skills and reinforcing others.

PETERHOUSE Primary, Herman Primary and Moorlands Primary went to Oriel High School for a fun and interactive multi skills festival with the emphasis not just on fun and participation but also learning new skills and reinforcing others.

The circuit revolved around the fundamental skills for Year 2 students, including balance, throwing, hand-eye-coordination, agility and quickness.

The morning session had over 85 children participating and there was even an extra special guest with the East Norfolk Partnership bear making an appearance. The session is the first of many that will take part in the East Norfolk area.

A massive thank you goes out for the competition manager, Nick Clarke and schools sports coordinator, Damien Bunting who organised the event to the participating schools, their students and the young leaders from Oriel High School who helped out on the day.


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