TERRINGTON ST CLEMENTS CLUSTER NEWS
St Clement's Supports Paralympic Bid for Gold
Students from St Clement's High School have had the unique opportunity to support the Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby Team as they prepare to compete in the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. The team are currently training in King's Lynn and offered to show students how the game is played, along with the high levels of skill and stamina needed to participate at world class level.
Students and staff were amazed at the speed the wheelchairs move and the amount of tackling which goes on. Amy Cordy, 15, said "I can't believe how fast they go. I had no idea you could even play rugby in a wheelchair, they are so strong pushing the chairs around and playing at the same time."
Cath Bank, St Clement's High School: 01553 828648
Year 11 Enrichment Day at Leziate Sailing Club
Pupils of Year 11 at St Clements High school boost the curriculum provision in PE & School Sport by taking part in physical activities that are not available within the curriculum such as; Climbing / Sailing and Canoeing as well as Cheerleading and Orienteering.
We were lucky enough to work with Tim Morton from the College of West Anglia to experience the Climbing Wall/ Canoeing and Kayaking.
Congratulations to Clenchwarton Primary School who narrowly missed out on a place in the final of the recent Partnership High 5 NeTball Finals by the dreaded sudden death goal.
Walpole Cross Keys Primary School has invested some money in an innovative set of Play equipment that has increased positive and creative play within their school.