Heart of Worcestershire college students performed to Year 1. The students then lead a dance workshop, in preparation for a performance to be performed in the spring term. Can’t wait for that!
Well done to two of our students who has successfully been selected to play for Worcestershire County Cricket Club.
A group of Key Stage 2 children attended the Olympic Festival at the University of Worcester Arena. The festival provided the children with the opportunity to participate in a range of different sports including; Wheelchair basketball, Blind Football and Handball. Well done to the University students for organising such a fantastic festival! The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves.
Cluster Hockey Tournament
The children participated in a range of different games and came third overall. Well done to everyone who participated.
King’s Netball Workshop
The children took part in a range of different drills to improve their skills.
Cluster Indoor Athletics
A team of Year 6 children competed at the Indoor Cluster Athletics, at Blessed Edward Catholic College. We were successful in winning some individual events, and were placed third overall for the girls and second overall for the boys. A super effort from everyone!
On Thursday, 14th May, Years 1 and 4 attended a cricket festival. The Year 4 children played in a tournament while the Year 1 children participated in a series of small adapted games. The children had a great time.
Thursday, 26th April, 7 girls played at Oldbury Park Primary School in a Netball match. It was a tough game, although, in the second half, the girls really displayed their talents and abilities. Unfortunately, it was a loss to Nunnery Wood, despite the girls demonstrating great netball skills.
Cluster Tri- Golf
Thursday, 26th April, Nunnery Wood Primary School hosted the Cluster Tri- Golf Competition. The event allowed the children to participate in a range of point scoring drills. The children worked collaboratively to score as a many points as possible for their team. An enormous well done to all the children who attended the event.
On Wednesday, 26th April 12 children, of mixed age groups, attended a dance event at the University of Worcester. The children not only participated in dance workshops but also performed their own dance which they have been learning at school with a student from the University. The dance looked incredible and it was clear to see how hard the children had been working.
On the 1st May, 10 children went orienteering to Top Barn to compete against other teams. The children worked in teams using maps and compasses to navigate their way quickly to each of the check points. The children had great fun and worked exceptionally well in their teams.