Sports Day

Although we have a large playground and green spaces at St Luke’s, we have used Norwood Park for the second year running to allow families to have the space to see their children compete.  This makes it easier for parents with more than one child at the school to see the activities easier, as well as space for families to sit and let their young siblings enjoy themselves too.  

Like the Nursery class’s mini sports day, our sports leaders, directed by Premier Sports, assisted the Infants in the morning.  All year groups (except Nursery who were still at school) had their packed lunch together with their classmates and families.  As the Infants returned to school, the Juniors began their sessions.  

Pupils from all year groups are split into our 4 houses:

Red – St George’s, patron saint of England

Green – St Patrick’s, patron saint of Ireland

Blue – St Andrew’s, patron saint of Scotland

Yellow – St David’s, patron saint of Wales

The house groups competed against each other in all activities, age appropriate. The quickest children from each year group in the sprints, then competed with each other to have the top 3 girls and boys in each year group.

Activities included; archery, egg and spoon race, fancy dress race, obstacle race, relays, sack race, shot put, sack race, sprints and tug of war.  

The children loved cheering their parents on during the sprints and tug of war!

 

The children looked forward to it. It was fun, even the nursery mini sports Day, and we were glad. GLORY TO GOD For Everything.

Parent of pupils in Nursery, Yrs 1 and 4

All the kids were amazing. Every year, it gets better and better .. even the weather was lovely; it was a lovely afternoon ♥️♥️

Parent of pupils in Yrs 3, 4, 5 and Yr 8

It was fantastic!!! Our kids are very competitive but they cheered everyone on.

I loved the way the families got involved and kept the children’s spirits high.

Well done everyone 👏🏾🥇🥈🥉

Parent of pupils in Yrs 3 and 5

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