Well Done Medals for KS1 Pupils

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Local company Hildon Natural Mineral Water, based in Broughton, sponsored ‘Well Done’ medals at a Key Stage 1 event for local primary schools held at Test Valley School. The medals were presented to all participants at the end of the event.

KS1 pupils with well done medals

The medals were presented to all participants at the end of the event.Personal Best education coaching company organised the seven individual activity stations all related to basic movement and multi skills with the help of 20 Test Valley School Young Sports Leaders.

Personal Best education coaching company organised the seven individual activity stations all related to basic movement and multi skills with the help of 20 Test Valley School Young Sports Leaders.

The movement and multi-skill activities were based upon motor development for the Key Stage 1 pupils. This included balance, co-ordination, running and jumping. Pupils also developed hand and eye co-ordination with throwing and catching activities.

The trampoline became the group’s favourite activity closely followed by the inflatable gymnastics track.

The trampoline became the group’s favourite activity closely followed by the inflatable gymnastics track. well_done_medals_for_ks1_pupils_infl

The Key Stage 1 pupils had to listen and follow instructions given to them by the Young Leaders and they were encouraged to work as a team.

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The Young Sports Leaders worked hard to make sure the Primary School pupils knew what to do and kept them engaged for the 2 hours.

A big thank you to the coaches and to our sponsors Hildon water who made this event very special for the young pupils.