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Greystoke Primary School

Icold Road Penrith, Cumbria CA11 0TP

01768483572

admin@greystoke.cumbria.sch.uk

Swimming Week 2021-
This week all of the children throughout school have been working on their swimming skills and having fun making a splash at Greystoke Swimming Pool. It has been wonderful to already see so much progress from the children of different ages and stages. The children have been building on a range of skills and on their confidence in the water. They have all been so proud to improve their diverse abilities and we have even observed some children wave goodbye to armbands- wow! The children have all done brilliantly and we look forward to the final sessions of swimming tomorrow. A huge well done to everyone and thank you to our coach Charlotte Roy.

Sport’s Day 2021 

We have all been working extremely hard to practice our Athletics before Sports Day on the 16th June.

This has included, Sprints, Long Distance, Potato Race, Egg and Spoon, Relay and many more.

All the children are really excited for Sports Day and have been training hard to win points for their team. 

In cricket we have been working on all aspects of the game, including, throwing, catching, batting and bowling. Every week we have been training hard to master our techniques and improve on them every week.

Recently we have been working on hitting the cricket ball off a tee, this helps us to focus on a stationary ball before moving on to a moving ball.  

In our weekly football sessions we have continued working on our agility by running in and out of the ladders, jumping over hurdles and weaving in and out of poles.

As well as doing this we also have been practicing our passing through cones, this has enabled us to make trickier passes as we have become more confident with how to pass the ball, over both short and long distance.  

Sports Day

A fantastic afternoon was had by all who attended this years annual sports day. The Red Squirrels lead the tables for the majority of the afternoon and won the overall house trophy. Children from age 3-11 took part in a variety of races and parents also joined the fun, enjoying; sprint, javelin, ball between bodies and the hot potato race!