Pupils from the Woodcote Partnership foundation classes took part in their first sports event at Stoke
Pupils from the Woodcote Partnership foundation classes took part in their first sports event at Stoke Row Pavilion. The children had an exciting afternoon of sporting adventure based on the popular children’s book Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak. Stoke Row Primary School’s year 6 sports leaders took responsibility for running an activity. The children had to tackle sea monsters by aiming soft balls, balance over the wild tree-tops, jump over the Wild Things claws and crawl and jump to reach a wild rumpus in the jungle.
Year six sports leader Bea Bradley said: “It was a good way of connecting with other schools and helped my confidence when working with younger children.” Conan Cuzen, five, said: “I liked the bit where we had to throw the balls and when we went under stuff!” Lily James, also five, said: “I loved running and jumping!” Sam Clothier, founder of Mini Trailblazers, organised the multi-skill based event.