Fourteen children from years 3, 4, 5 and 6 attended a golf competition at Ringwood School. A new sport for most of the children, they had a swinging time!
On Thursday 3rd October, 12 Year 5 and 6 pupils took part in an orienteering competition at the Tile Barn in Brockenhurst. The afternoon consisted of finding clues, teamwork and being able to read their maps accurately. As you can see from these pictures, these were skills that they all used well. The children were split into groups of 4 and had to complete two tasks: Anagram and finding the clues and hole punching them.
The hard work, effort and determination of these pupils paid off as in the Anagram challenge 2 groups came joint 1st and the other group came 3rd. Then in the hole punch challenge 1 group came 3rd overall. This was a fantastic effort and all the children who were involved should be incredibly proud of their achievements.
It goes to show that hard work, determination and effort really do help to strive for our best.
What an amazing start to our sporting calendar! These 10 Year 3 and 4 boys took part in a Football competition at Ringwood School on Thursday 26th September. They competed against 5 other teams from the local area and came out on top winning first place! Arriving back at school they were all greeted by proud teachers who applauded their efforts.
Proudly, the boys have been wearing their medals and commenting on how much fun they had. Well done boys your hard work and effort paid off!
This year we have started with an exciting bang by being involved with lots of sporting events. On Wednesday 25th September, these children were selected to represent Fordingbridge Junior School in an Inclusive Can Do Festival.
This took place at Testwood Sports College in Totton and the children represented us really well by being polite and great sportsman.
As you can see from the smiles on their faces the enjoyed their day and gave 100% effort throwing themselves into all the activities.
Natalie, 4AG- “ I had so much fun and I really enjoyed the activities. I also saw a friend who had a different type of cerebral palsy and it was nice that we could all participate together”