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Not even the grotty weather could stop Collingtree from being involved in yet another busy term of sport and PE.

Since the start of the term, we have enjoyed participating in a number of sporting activities which have encouraged and motivated our children to be more active.  Our Year 4 pupils enjoyed a visit to Franklins Garden (home of the Northampton Saints rugby team), whilst our Phase 3 pupils took part in an Indian/Bollywood dance workshop.  Whist our Year 3/4 and Year 5/6 football teams played competitive matches against a wide range of schools as part of the Northampton Town School Sports Federation, which we recently joined.  We improved in every match even when playing against children who had more match experience than ours.

The ‘Mufti-Marathon-Mile’ was a huge success! Each child helped to raise money for Sports Relief by participating in a ‘Banana-Meatball’ dance and a by travelling a whole mile around the school grounds. Well done to everyone involved, from the Reception and year 1 children, who sang a mile, right up to year 6, who tried to run a mile without stopping. A special mention to our new Sports Leaders who helped run and organise the event and did so fantastically well!

We also took part in a Year 5/6 tag-rugby tournament at Daventry Rugby Football Club, where, if you followed the pictures on Twitter, you can see just how much fun they had. The icing on the cake was beating our local ‘friendly rivals’ during a sudden death match where Collingtree scrambled the ball over the try line.

More recently, we took part in our first Cross Country event at Elizabeth Woodville, taking 27 children from years 4,5 and 6 to compete against other schools in the cluster group. School values and virtues really shone through here as every child did their very best and encouraged each other throughout. A real ‘proud teacher’ moment!

Again - I would like to thank everyone involved in helping to provide our children with the very best opportunities in sport.

Mr Brown

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