Kwik's the word for Greneway sport leaders
BUDDING young cricket hopefuls have been put through their paces by Greneway School s Year 8 sport leaders. Pupils from Icknield Walk, Studlands Rise, and Reed First School, took part in a kwik cricket festival. The event was organised by the Year 8 stud
BUDDING young cricket hopefuls have been put through their paces by Greneway School's Year 8 sport leaders.
Pupils from Icknield Walk, Studlands Rise, and Reed First School, took part in a kwik cricket festival.
The event was organised by the Year 8 students as part of their sports leader programme, and supported by the North East Herts Schools Sport Partnership.
Partnership manager Jan Wood described the event as "another example of sport and young people coming together to make a difference".
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Marilyn Jones, headteacher of Icknield Walk said: "It was lovely seeing so many children enjoying themselves while playing cricket."
Terry Graves of Greneway added: "The key was to have fun while actively learning and the children certainly did that.
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It was a superb example of what can be achieved with young people working together to develop high quality learning."
Young Sports Leaders: Kelly Stubbs, Liam Purkiss, Alice Hildrop, Matt Brennan, Joe Hamlin, Luke Ireland, Roberto Thomas, Zoe Quinn, John Middlemas, Helen Filby, Max McClean, Scott Sizer, Jodie Wright, Taylor Geddes, Lauren Crowley and Jamie Seabrook.