First cross country is great success

PUPILS from Key Stage Two at the Robert Arkenstall School in Haddenham took part in their first ever in house cross country competition on Tuesday; it was a great success and well supported by the children and parents alike. The course involved running r

PUPILS from Key Stage Two at the Robert Arkenstall School in Haddenham took part in their first ever in house cross country competition on Tuesday; it was a great success and well supported by the children and parents alike.

The course involved running round the school's playing field - one lap for Year Threes, two laps for Year Fours and four laps for Years Five and Six.

Every child that took part earned themselves a medal and the winners of the shields were as follows.

Year 3 girl: Charlotte Morton 1.23.93; Year 3 boy: Jodan Jones 1.09.39; Year 4 girl: Rebecca Pedley 2.52.22; Year 4 boy: Alex Lowe 2.36.01; Year 5 girl: Lauren Flack 6.29.52; Year 5 boy: Graham Laidler 5.42.42; Year 6 girl: Emma Lowe 6.47.21; Year 6 boy: Jamie Woor 6.11.99;


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Caroline Falconer sports co-ordinator for the school, said: "This will be an annual event for the school as it proved to be a great success. Well done to everyone who took part, they were a credit to the school.

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