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*POSTPONED* Small School Yr 3/4 & 5/6 Cross Country Competition
1 March from 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
*THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED AND WILL NOW BE HELD ON 24th APRIL 2018*
Please note this is a SMALL SCHOOLS* competition
*The definition of a small school, is any school that has fewer than 120 students in KS2 and no more than 30 pupils in Year 6.
There are TWO team competitions for this event, one for Year 5/6 and one for Year 3/4. This means there will be 8 race categories:
Year 3 Girls
Year 3 Boys
Year 4 Girls
Year 4 Boys
Year 5 Girls
Year 5 Boys
Year 6 Girls
Year 6 Boys
Each race will be to English Schools Athletics Association Guidelines for Primary School Cross Country distances (approximately 1500 metres)
Certificates will be awarded to the top three runners in each race.
The event will be run as a Year 5/6 team competition and a Year 3/4 team competition with 4 races in each competition.
Schools are allowed to enter a maximum of 10 children per race category. A minimum of 3 runners in each race are needed to be eligible for the team event.
The school with the lowest score from their first 3 finishing runners will win the team event for each race. The overall winning school will be the school with the lowest total score across the 4 races in each competition.
There will be a presentation shield for the overall winning school of both the Year 3/4 and Year 5/6 competition and certificates for the schools in 2nd and 3rd place.
To Book On:
Please enter 1 team below for each race category you wish to enter (Year 5 girls, Year 5 boys, Year 6 girls, Year 6 boys etc..) and we will contact you nearer the time asking you to confirm how many children you will be entering into each race category.
These will be sent out to you in advance of the event. Please make sure you complete them with the names of all of your runners and return by email before the deadline given.
Further information on this event will be issued nearer the time but schools are encouraged to enter early.
Deadline for entries: Thursday 1st February