Sport Relief

Sport relief was held in our school on the Friday the 18th of March 2016. In our school, sport relief was extremely fun. We came dressed as our favorite athlete, but if we didn’t have the costume then you could just wear your PE kit.

Firstly, we had a dance off against Year 6. We tried our best. We danced to the song called, ‘Dynamite’. Unfortunately, we didn’t win, but we did our best and that’s all that matters.

Next, we met a cricketer called Jahid and he taught us how to bowl and bat.

After that, we painted our clay models, and then had a cake sale.

Sport Relief

On sport relief we dressed as our sports hero . Adults were doing some sport tricks and they tried to break their personal record but it was really funny. Most of the adults broke their record but everyone was full with laughter but everyone had a lot of fun. There was a cake sale at our school and we raised a lot of money for sports relief. at the end of the day we were so tired from all that fun from that day. A sports person came our school to teach us how to play cricket and we saw his bat he uses of real cricket matches and he showed his bowl. People bought wristbands and a pen and all the money went to charity. The school gave the money that we raised we gave it to charity. We had so much fun because there was adults doing sports thing there . Everyone cheered on as the adults tried to brake their personal record but everyone enjoyed it. y5 and Y6 had a dance off and every other year had one to so everyone had the chance to dance and show their moves. Most of the people dressed as their sports hero. to dress as your hero you would have to pay 1 pound but all that money went to charity which was a good thing.

Sport Relief

On Friday 18th March (2016) we had sport relief and we reflected on people who aren’t as fortunate as us. We raised money for them by buying wrist bands and fancy pens. We also handed in some money and dressed up as a sporty person. Not only did we have fun but helped a lot of peoples lives that were having a hard time. We felt happy and good about what we did for other people and how we helped them. In the morning we had a dance off,each year group had to vs the closest year and just burst out their amazing dancing! A famous cricketer called Jahed Ahmed visited us and we had a cricket lesson with him. Jahed  Ahmed introduced a real bat they would use in a match to us. There also was a ball that was made out of leather and it wasn’t as heavy as we thought it would be. The teachers in our school had to do something really silly in assembly and in our assembly we also watched/reflected on  a clip about  a poor girl that needed help from us fortunate people. We had a fun time donating and we all hope the lives that needed help got our help and we wish them all the best. Raising for the poor and homeless people would be great, it will make everyone joyful and will also give all those people who need help a chance to live peacefully. There will be no sadness in our lives if we donate and help others. What we are hoping for is that we have no other homeless or poor people and so that everyone has equal lives. If you dont want to see anyone worried or don’t want to be worried yourself then go out there and help those lives! You all have the chance to make things equal and better.