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Rural Schools’ Swimming Gala at Salt Ayre


Last Thursday, a team of swimmers competed in the Rural Schools’ Swimming Gala.

Congratulations to Archie and Joseph for winning gold medals in the breast stroke and back

stroke events; Dylan, Archie, Josie and Michael for winning silver medals in the mixed relay;

Ollie, Joseph, Oscar and Harry L for winning bronze medals in the Boys’ Relay; Michael for

winning bronze in the 25m front crawl.

Josie should be commended for competing in every race due to last minute circumstances.

Overall our team won second place in the small schools’ competition.

All the children enjoyed participating in this competitive event and appreciated the support of

their parents and siblings! Mrs Gavriluk noticed how supportive the team were of each other,

particularly when having to deal with setbacks. WELL DONE to all our team of swimmers!

THANK YOU to all those family members who joined us to provide support – this was much





Sports Day 2019

Congratulations to Hutton who won Sports Day 2019 by earning the most team points! Mr. Harris, our  Sports Coach presented Hutton's team captains with the Sports Day cup. Mrs. Gavriluk, P.E. Subject Leader, and Mr. Harris planned and organised our very successful Sports Day. 

Just like last year, the morning involved children working in mixed age teams to complete a series of eight skill challenges. The skill challenges included shooting goals in both football and netball; discus, shotput and javelin throwing; long jump, hurdles and shuttle run. Children have been practising these skills during their P.E. lessons with Mr. Harris this half-term. All children earned team points during each activity.

In the afternoon, children were involved in a series of traditional races - sprinting, balancing quoits, relay and finally a lap (or two for Year 5 and Year 6!) round our track. The first four winners of each race won points for their teams.

School Sports Partnership Success

Congratulations once again to our Year 6 children who won the local School Sports Partnership Quick Cricket competition at Carnforth High School, despite the weather!  Well done to all those who played.

Year 6 competed against 6 other local schools in the local School Sports Partnership handball competition and won the whole event.  

Key Stage 2 children also competed in a rural schools' swimming gala. We came 3rd overall and won 5 medals in total. Well Done!


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