Team spirit for school’s sports day

PROUD MEDALS: Winners in the throwing and catching competition.
PROUD MEDALS: Winners in the throwing and catching competition.

Sports can be even more exciting as primary school pupils found out.

Pupils at Holbeach’s William Stukeley, Cowbit St Mary’s and Whaplode enjoyed an inter-school sports day, organised by Sport2Day.

Inter school sports event at William Stukely School, Holbeach'Cheer on dodgeball ANL-140429-151554001

Inter school sports event at William Stukely School, Holbeach'Cheer on dodgeball ANL-140429-151554001

The younger pupils took part in throw and catching activities while the older pupils competed in dodgeball.

Cathy Jameson, PE teacher at William Stukeley, where the event was held, said: “We had an opening ceremony in the morning, the tournament and then a medal ceremony.”

She praised Sport2Day for working alongside teachers.

“It was a very useful event and everyone enjoyed it.”

Inter school sports event at William Stukely School, Holbeach'Cowbit, Whaplode and William Stukely take part in dodgeball ANL-140429-151530001

Inter school sports event at William Stukely School, Holbeach'Cowbit, Whaplode and William Stukely take part in dodgeball ANL-140429-151530001

Sean Parnell, head coach Sport2Day, said they offer free sports taster days for local schools.