Young sports leaders lend a hand
Published on 14/03/17
Student sports leaders from Cromer Academy have shared their skills with primary school children at a Norfolk athletics championship.
The group of Year 10 students helped out with the primary school athletics finals at the Norfolk School Games, held at the UEA Sportspark on Friday, February 24.
They helped pupils from six schools with events including long jump, javelin, sprints, relay races, and obstacle courses.
The students showed the younger children how to correctly perform each activity, and kept scores.
Cromer Academy PE teacher Jake Bonham said: “The students were an absolute credit to the school, showing their knowledge of events, work ethic, and ability to work well with their peers and the younger children.
“Thank you to everyone involved for their hard work!”