Mini Olympics

Pupils at Andover Primary took part in their own mini-Olympics on June 11. The day saw pupils participate in a variety of events including relay, long jump, discus, javelin and hurdles. Pupils competed in their houses for a cup. Dalhousie won the competition with 222 points, Strathmore came second with 221, Southesk were third with 210 and Panumre came fourth with 199. Pictured is Mrs Bell, who came up with the idea, and Dalhousie House captains Craig Donald and Chanel Julien with the trophy.

Pupils at Andover Primary took part in their own mini-Olympics on June 11. The day saw pupils participate in a variety of events including relay, long jump, discus, javelin and hurdles. Pupils competed in their houses for a cup. Dalhousie won the competition with 222 points, Strathmore came second with 221, Southesk were third with 210 and Panumre came fourth with 199. Pictured is Mrs Bell, who came up with the idea, and Dalhousie House captains Craig Donald and Chanel Julien with the trophy.

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Pupils at Andover Primary School took part in their own mini-Olympics on Monday. The day saw pupils participate in a variety of events including relay, long jump, discus, javelin and hurdles.

Pupils competed in their houses for a cup. Dalhousie won the competition with 222 points, Strathmore came second with 221, Southesk were third with 210 and Panumre came fourth with 199. Pictured is Mrs Bell, who came up with the idea, and Dalhousie House captains Craig Donald and Chanel Julien with the trophy.