Published: July 15, 2008
Hghbridge's King Alfred Sports Centre holds school activity day

Over thirty children from a Highbridge school attended a special activity day at King Alfred Sports Centre last week.

Pupils from St Johns Primary School spent two hours taking part in various team challenges that tested teamwork and communication, such as orienteering.

The hardest challenge saw two children guiding three blindfolded classmates through an exercise course, as pictured on the right.

"All teams completed this very well. They demonstrated excellent team work," Lee Vaughan, the event's co-ordinator, told

"The children thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon and conducted themselves in a positive manner."

King Alfred Sports Centre, in association with King Alfred School, is looking to work closely with all local primary schools in the local area.

Lee explained: "We can accommodate events such as the Mark School Olympics and school activity days and want to provide more for everyone by going to the schools to bring high quality fun to each school." More details are available from the centre on 01278 786868.


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