Race to Health Update - Week 3

‘Woooaahhh we’re half way there’

As England progress into the second half of the World Cup we’re exactly half way through Race to Health 2018. Week 3 is almost complete and Prior Weston is doing great and it’s important to keep up momentum in the final two weeks

Your school is currently 16th in the race with a total of 61742 active minutes logged and 5386 miles completed meaning that as a school you’ve already travelled from Stade de Marrakech, Rabat, Morocco week through Stad Olympique de Rades, Tunis, Tunisia and are now en route to Abuja National Stadium, Abuja, Nigeria

Well done Kew Class , you are currently leading in front as the most active with  Westminster Class in second place.

To encourage pupils to be as active as possible at home we’ve attached a fun activity and dance challenge to be sent home and completed whilst watching the match

Prior Weston and pupils are contributing to a Race to Health record breaking year with over 1.5 million active minutes logged already!!

 

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"By the end of Year 6, pupils’ attainment is above average and achievement is rising year on year."

- Ofsted (October 2013)