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School stages Winter Olympics- without the snow

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Whytemead First School hold their own Winter Olympics Day. Pictured are Year 3 pupils curling,  L-R Layla Hawkins (7) and Ellie Williamson (8).  Worthing. SUS-140214-125650001

W07156H14-WhytemeadOlympics Whytemead First School hold their own Winter Olympics Day. Pictured are Year 3 pupils curling, L-R Layla Hawkins (7) and Ellie Williamson (8). Worthing. SUS-140214-125650001

PUPILS at Whytemead First School have been celebrating the Winter Olympic Games.

Classes at the school, in Dominion Road, East Worthing, watched the opening ceremony’s live broadcast and tried out some of the sports during PE lessons, including their own takes on snowboarding, the luge and bobsleighing.

Pupils also used giant wooden skis to slalom down the hall, took part in ‘ice hockey’ event and competed in inter-house curling, which was won by Woodpecker House.

PE co-ordinator Judith Firth said: “Each class visited other year groups and took part in a range of cross-curricular activities related to the winter games.

“Activities included designing your own winter outfits, learning about Russia, winter art, creating winter sports motifs and designing a Winter Olympic park.”

 

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