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FS Sports Day. Wow, what a morning! The children were a credit to the school and really went for it! They demonstrated respect, perseverance, team work and resilience and we couldn't have been prouder. Congratulations to Maple for coming 1st, Cedar for coming 2nd and Willow 3rd and Rowan 4th.

KS1 Sports Day! Year 1 and Year 2 were absolutely fantastic and demonstrated all of our values plus resilience and team work. We couldn't be prouder of their achievements and I hope they are too. Congratulations to Willow for coming 1st, Cedar for coming 2nd and Maple and Rowan in joint 3rd.

KS1 Mini Tennis Festival June 2018 - congratulations to Flynn, Charlotte, Harry and Isla who represented St Mary's at the School Sports Network event. They were a credit to our school!

KS1 Mini Tennis Festival June 2018 - congratulations to Flynn, Charlotte, Harry and Isla who represented St Mary's at the School Sports Network event. They were a credit to our school! 1
KS1 Mini Tennis Festival June 2018 - congratulations to Flynn, Charlotte, Harry and Isla who represented St Mary's at the School Sports Network event. They were a credit to our school! 2

Reception intra-sport competition. Each house played domes and dishes against one another to win house points. Rowan came first and received 50 extra house points followed by joint second place Maple and a Cedar who each received 40 house points and Willow finished 3rd receiving 30 house points. We are waiting for KS1 to reveal their winning houses. It is all very much to play for!

8 children attended the cricket festival at All Saints School. The children were excited to learn new cricket skills and build their fitness through a circuit of activities. The children worked incredibly hard and were a real credit to the school.

Dance Festival 2018! Miss Blay's 'dance clubbers' danced their absolute socks off at the town hall on Tuesday. They really did go footloose and got the audience cheering along and wanting to get up with them! Miss Blay is proud of each and everyone of them - true superstars!

Wow, what a busy day!! This afternoon, Jack Rutter, a Paralympian footballer, visited us at the Infant School to share his inspiring journey with us all. Belinda helped run the circuit of exercises and we had great fun completing leg drives, spotty dogs, star jumps and push ups for one minute each. It sounds like a short amount of time but my goodness it was hard work! We had the best time celebrating the event with the rest of the school. TEAM PRESTBURY! Many thanks to Jack for coming and encouraging us to follow our dreams no matter what life throws at you. We will strive to do our best in everything we do.


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