District Sports

Yesterday, 37 of our KS2 children took part in the annual Harpenden and District Sports event at Sir John Lawes with 14 other primary schools.  They were an absolute credit to The Lea in both behaviour and good sportsmanship.

It was our most successful year yet, with our champions reaching 9 finals in total and achieving some great results overall. Special mentions go to Toby and Tasmin from Year 3 in their individual races; both reached the finals. They both came second in the small schools races and Tasmin came third overall in the final. Year 4’s Maddy came second in her race too, and fourth in the final. Samuel skipped victoriously into his final by coming third in the small schools race.

Excitingly, we reached three relay finals this year; Year 5 and 6 girls and the Year 6 boys teams. The Year 6 boys team came first in their small schools race and third overall. A final special mention to Keira who came third in her throwing event and first overall in the Year 5 girl’s individual race.

We are so utterly proud of all of them – well done guys!

Lastly, a huge thank you to Miss Smith for coaching the team and to the teachers who gave up their evening to come along to support the children.

The children who took part in the event are as follows:

Year 6: Dylan, Charlulata, Ethan, Lulu, Keziah, Farzana, Tamsin, Avan, Connor, Colin and Mateus

Year 5: Daniel, Ishaq, Keira, Jade, Leah, Folayemi, Owen and Simo

Year 4: Maddy, Gabi, Nicola, Claudia, Gabriel, Samuel, Max, Babli and Matthew

Year 3: Toby, Tasmin, Bridey, William, Andrene, Libby, Daniella, Liam and Robert



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