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EYFS and Key Stage One Events

Third-place finish for Year 2s as Mini Games goes virtual

Our Year 2 team finished third in this year's Chelmsford School Sports Partnership Virtual Mini Games behind Danbury Park (1st) and Galleywood Infants (2nd) with an average score of 48.5 points.

Well done to everyone who took part at home and in school.

EYFS pupils had a great time at Balanceability on Monday 2nd March. The children worked really hard to follow the instructions from the sports leaders and complete each activity. They had a go at weaving in and out of cones, riding around a circle, gliding along on the bike, stopping quickly and they also played some other games involving balance and agility. Well done everyone, you did the Cathedral school proud!

EYFS pupils had a great time at Balanceability on Monday 2nd March. The children worked really hard to follow the instructions from the sports leaders and complete each activity. They had a go at weaving in and out of cones, riding around a circle, gliding along on the bike, stopping quickly and they also played some other games involving balance and agility. Well done everyone, you did the Cathedral school proud!  EYFS show excellent ability at balancing

Sixteen EYFS pupils had a great time at Balanceability on Monday 2nd March.

The children worked really hard to follow the instructions from the sports leaders and complete each activity. They had a go at weaving in and out of cones, riding around a circle, gliding along on the bike, stopping quickly and they also played some other games involving balance and agility.

Well done everyone, you did the Cathedral school proud!

Fun and games at Teddy Lympics

On Tuesday, Miss Green and Miss Catley took eight children from Year 1  to Chelmsford Sports and Athletic centre for Teddy Llympics. 

The children were very excited and the competition started with the opening ceremony parade where all schools walked around waving their teddy masks to The Bare Necessities from The Jungle Book. 

Throughout the morning, the pupils took part in a range of mini-events involving running, throwing, jumping and balancing and thoroughly enjoyed themselves. At the end of each event, they were able to decorate their masks which they could keep as a memento. The team of Daniel, Elliott, Annabel, Ella, Isabella, Sophia, George and Joshua had a fabulous morning and finished in 12th place.