Indoor Sports Hall Athletics October 2015

This year all seven schools competed in the Primary Schools’ Indoor Athletics Challenge. Coaches from Personal Best Education set up seven field events which included the foam javelin, speed bounce and long jump stations.

Amy demonstrates how it should be done!

Amy demonstrates how it should be done!

The Young Sports Leaders watched and recorded the results for each school encouraging all the competitors to do the best that they could on each of the athletic disciplines.

The Young Sports Leaders watched and recorded the results for each school encouraging all the competitors to do the best that they could on each of the athletic disciplines.
Year 8 Young Leaders record the long jump scores in a close competition.

Year 8 Young Leaders record the long jump scores in a close competition.

The Young Sports Leaders presented the gold and silver medal winners to the competitors and congratulated them for doing so well.

The Young Sports Leaders presented the gold and silver medal winners to the competitors and congratulated them for doing so well.
1st Wallop 30 Points
2nd Lockerley 31 Points
3rd King’s Somborne 46 Points

Well done to Wallop School for their second consecutive win at this event.

Well done to Wallop School for their second consecutive win at this event.