Sidcot School enjoy sports fun

16:00 25 August 2013

Children at the mixed sports event and holiday club at Sidcot School.

Children at the mixed sports event and holiday club at Sidcot School.

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CHILDREN enjoyed a day of mixed sporting activities at Sidcot School’s holiday club.

A wide range of ball games such as tennis, rounders, basketball, quick cricket and dodgeball were on offer.

The children were coached on how to throw, catch and bounce to help develop their sporting skills.

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