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  1. Kingsfleet Olympics

    By Thomas Frost & Wendy Rayner on July 18th, 2012

    Children in Years 3 and 4 have today covered themselves in Olympic glory...and have the medals to prove it! The children, who were divided into seven countries, worked together to help their team move up the medal table. Every child gave their best, …

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  2. Crowning Glory!!

    By Rebecca McCarthy on July 18th, 2012

    Year Two have learnt about the history of the Olympics - from the very first one ever held to present day.   Although they very much wanted to re-enact the first ceremony, we thought it would be wiser to just make a replica olive crown, as worn by …

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  3. Brazilliant!

    By Thomas Frost on July 17th, 2012

    Squeals of delight from an enthralled gallery accompanied the Brazilians women's artistic gymnastics team as they held an opening training session at Ipswich Gymnastics Centre.   A lucky group of 40 Key Stage 2 pupils were treated to a magnificent …

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  4. Olympic Torch

    By Thomas Frost on July 17th, 2012

    We were visited by an Olympic Torchbearer today! Andy Wood, who ran with the torch through Heybridge, spoke to the children in assembly before giving them the chance to see and hold the torch for themselves. Every child had their photograph taken …

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  5. Going for gold!

    By Thomas Frost & Wendy Rayner on July 17th, 2012

    Children in years 3 & 4 will be 'going for gold' tomorrow in the Kingsfleet Olympic Games. Ahead of this, they have made gold, silver and bronze medals, which will be awarded to the top performers in each event. Please ensure full PE kit is in …

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