20th April 2016
Wednesday 20th April 2016
MAWSS Hub SportAbility Festival at Treviglas:
A fantastic afternoon was had by all, whereby the children participated in a wide variety of exciting activities which included archery, seated volleyball, trigolf, curling and boccia (a precision ball sport related to bowls). Many children overcame initial fears to work collaboratively and engaged extremely well in each session.
This event highlights Aspire Academy’s commitment to Physical Education and our encouragement of healthy lifestyles. It successfully provided opportunities for children, who may find traditional sports challenging, and encouraged them to participate in a variety of activities specially designed to both stimulate their interest and excite their imagination.
A massive thank you to Treviglas for providing us with young leaders to help with this event. Further thanks must go to Steve Hillman (Participation Sports Inclusion Officer) from the Cornwall Sports Partnership.
All children and staff, from Mawgan-in-Pydar, Shortlanesend, Summercourt and Whitemoor, were not only a credit to their respective schools but to Aspire Academy Trust as a whole.
Many thanks to all for enabling the success of the MAWSS Hub SportAbility Festival.