Woodlands top sports
YEAR Five pupils at Woodlands Primary School, Bradwell (pictured) were celebrating last week after winning the East Norfolk College Sports Day event.Students from East Norfolk College organised a full day of sport for pupils of Wroughton, Cliff Park and Woodlands.
YEAR Five pupils at Woodlands Primary School, Bradwell (pictured) were celebrating last week after winning the East Norfolk College Sports Day event.
Students from East Norfolk College organised a full day of sport for pupils of Wroughton, Cliff Park and Woodlands.
Each school brought a team of 10 girls and boys to compete in the indoor facilities at the college.
The day was split into three competitive sports: team races, rounders and football.
Woodlands got off to a slow start in the team races but an excellent unbeaten performance in the rounders competition saw them go top of the leader board.
The afternoon's football saw Woodlands winning three of their four matches and win the overall event.
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Captain Mitchell Grimmer lifted the cup in the final presentation, with all pupils receiving certificates.
PE Staff Kerry Webb and Stuart Aldous were particularly proud of the team's effort, enthusiasm and sportsmanship.
Many thanks went to the students at East Norfolk College for their hard work in preparation for the event and organisation on the day.