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St Paul's Catholic Primary School
A Voluntary Academy
Aspire not to have more but to be more – St Oscar Romero
This term with Mr Lees we have been developing our skills in tennis, cricket and rounders. We have also managed to play football games too!
We have been choreographing our own electrical dances and including key components such as dynamics, repetition, isolation and tempo.
The children in Brunel have been working on learning a sequence of movements in Dance. They worked very hard in two teams and fully committed themselves to it. We watched the All Blacks perform it in a rugby match and learning that warring tribes used to do the Haka to each other.
The girls from Years 5 and 6 worked with great skill and determination at the All Hallow’s football tournament. They were proud to come second overall and were given silver medals! Well done, girls!
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