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Summer Term Sport Dates 2017

Sports Premium Funding 2016/17

Funding Action Plan 2017/18

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Rising Stars day


Three of our best children in Stingrays class attended a day at Tarka Tennis and Falcons where they had the opportunity to learn and use skills in Gymnastics and Tennis. They spent the whole morning trying out all the equipment in the Falcons gym under the trained eyes of the staff. During lunch Mrs Farr asked the children about short and long term goals the children can set themselves in sports before moving on to the tennis courts. Here they played some skill based games before going on to play games of tennis against each other. A fun packed and inspiring  day was had.


Well done to Carys, Jessica and Ruby, you were credit to the school!


Cross Country at Park School Year 5 & 6


What a difference this year was after last year standing in the rain, unable to write down results as the rain came heavily down! The sun shone and Landkey children did us proud again with 3 children coming in the top 10! The children competed against 6 other local schools in the festival, with the year 6 course extended this year, making it much longer. Well done to all the children who took part and gave it 100% of effort, many sprinting the last part and improving on their own position from last year.


Results:

Tilly 6th, Hollie 8th, James 9th position.


Full results of all the children’s positions are on the sports board. Thank you to the many parents who came to support their child and the parents who helped us on the day, without you help events like this cannot go ahead.

Devon Ability Games


What a fantastic day we had at the Devon Ability Games last week. The day started with an opening ceremony where the children watched different local acts performing, including gymnasts and street dancers. We then joined other schools from around Devon at the Primary Schools Festival where the children took part in a variety of activities led by sports leaders from local colleges. This included some very fun and different activities like sitting volleyball! After a packed morning, we stopped for lunch and watched the many activities going on around us, the children even met a tri-athlete from the Paralympics! In the afternoon the children got to try taster sessions in wheelchair basketball, gym and archery.


The children’s behaviour and enthusiasm made the day a very positive and worthwhile event. Well done to all the children.