On Tuesday 24 January, Kingsbury High School hosted another multi skills festival for primary school students in Year 4. There were 150 pupils in attendance from Roe Green, Fryent, St. Robert Southwell and Kingsbury Green. They rotated around a carousel of fun and engaging activities which helped to improve their fundamental movement skills.
Miss Lamyaa from Kingsbury Green said ‘KHS has offered us incredible support throughout the planning of our visit. We had a last minute request for one of our visual impaired students and KHS re-structured what they needed to in order to accommodate all students. I don’t know who they keep doing it, but KHS really goes the extra mile to make this fun for everyone.’
Each activity was led by a Year 10 student, who had planned the activities as part of their Sports leaders UK level one award assessment.
‘This has been yet another fantastic opportunity for students to get active and enjoy the outdoors. I strongly believe that it is an important part of the school day and allows the students to not only get healthier, but to also gain more confidence when they are outside of the school environment.’ Miss Zoren from Roe Green commented.