Bramcote juniors get set for the Olympics

With just weeks to go until Rio 2016, Bramcote Junior School embraces the global sporting event

With less than a month to go until the Rio Olympics, Bramcote Junior School has spent two weeks looking at all things Olympic.

From reception to year six, the children have designed Olympic mascots, learnt an Olympic anthem and seen how the Olympics have changed from ancient Greece to the modern day.

Bramcote’s Olympic Sports Day

Each class has also selected a country to support during the Rio 2016 Olympics and has been tasked with presenting an assembly to the school about their country. The choice has ranged from Australia to Equatorial New Guinea.

The final event was a ‘special’ Bramcote Olympic Games, with events ranging from javelin throwing (a leek) and shot putting (a turnip) to the more traditional 100m sprint and the long jump.

Bramcote pupils are now ready for the Olympics! Are you?

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