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Year 4 Key Steps Gymnastics Team

Year 4 Key Steps Gymnastics Team 1
Year 4 Key Steps Gymnastics Team 2

What an AMAZING result from our year 4 gymnastics team. We beat fourteen local Primary Schools and won the GOLD medal! FIRST PLACE! Mrs Reynolds explained that all the girls performed brilliantly on the night with both their floor routine and vault. The team are now successfully through to the County Final and will represent the Cotswolds at Oxstalls University. Congratulations to the entire team who displayed such passion throughout the entire event.

A massive congratulation also goes to Evie for coming first in the entire event beating 82 girls and boys to win an individual gold medal. This is a truly outstanding result.

Large Schools Sportshall Finals

Large Schools Sportshall Finals 1
It is always very exciting at any Indoor Sporthall Athletics event and this was no exception. It turned out to be two hours of intense competition from start to finish. We soon realised that we could not compete with The Powell’s School robots! They were amazing but we knew we had a chance at third place at least. Everyone tried their absolute hardest whether they had one event or four and displayed determination in every single event they entered. Sadly, we missed out on third place by only two points to Bourton on the Water Primary. So unlucky. Having said this, we have to remember it was the finals and we had already won our cluster event. Well done to the entire team.

Intermediate Gymnastic Team

Intermediate Gymnastic Team 1

What an exciting start to 2018 with our Year 5 and 6 gymnastic team taking part in Kingshill School’s annual Intermediate Gymnastic contest. All the girls competed in an individual floor routine and vault. Despite not having long to practise in school, the entire team spent time at home over Christmas perfecting their routines. Congratulations goes to Evie Willett for coming fifth overall out of forty-eight children. Well done. Thank you too to Mrs Reynolds for putting in the extra time and coach the team.