North C4L Celebration Event

Orchard Fields was the venue for a chilly but fun and exciting C4L event in the North of the partnership. 80 children from across 8 schools came together to enjoy and experience a variety of sports and activities.

Children had the opportunity to take part in dancing, playground games, dodgeball and boccia.

We had 16 year 5 leaders from Orchard Fields who ably led all activities under the supervision of 3 NOSSP staff and 6 sixth form students from Tudor Hall Girls School.

Children showed resilience and perseverance in some quite challenging weather conditions and worked with friends but also with new children from different Schools. It was this ability to work with new people that was most pleasing. One pupil enjoyed the activities so much they commented "best day ever"

All accompanying staff really got into the swing of things and were even taking part in the games and being fantastic role models for their students.

Our value for the event was passion and whilst everyone showed this over the morning, each school chose two students to receive a special certificate.

Ever pupil will deservedly receive a participation certificate.

Thank you to everyone involved and remember to encourage your students to try some of these activities at home if they can.

Mr Pemble

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