School Games Cultural Competition Winners 2018
Offering a unique opportunity for a school choir to perform at the opening ceremony on 4th July 2018 in front of a crowd of over 1500 people! The song choice was to reflect one or more of the School Games values of teamwork, self-belief, passion, determination, respect and honesty. It was open to all primary and secondary schools in the county.
The Winning Choir are: Hilperton CE Primary School
We had numerous entries from both primary and secondary aged children who wrote a short piece, about 'what sport means to them'. In a maximum of 150 words, they had to tell us about their thoughts and experiences in a creative and engaging way.
Overall winner: Emma Wilkinson Year 4 Old Sarum Primary School
Her winning entry:
What sport means to me
I enjoy taking part in sport because I am a ball.
I live in a cupboard in the school hall. All weekend I am bouncing about in my bag waiting for Monday morning when I hear voices getting louder and I get a hand reach in and grab me! I absolutely love it when the children throw me high, flying through the air until they catch me again.
The best day of the year is Sports Day because I get to help my friends. I like helping at sports events because of all the things the children achieve. The exercise makes them strong and healthy. They use me in teams, working with each other and even if they don’t win any games they still try their best. When its time to go back to the cupboard I am tired but happy and I cant wait for next time.
by Emma Wilkinson year 4 Old Sarum Primary School
- Rosie - Year 6 Sherston
- Joshua - Year 5 Malmesbury Primary
- Jasmine - Year 3 Old Sarum
All winners receive an Amazon voucher for their school and for them selves !!
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