Framlingham Sir Robert Hitcham’s CEVAP School staged an alternative sports morning for a host of Key Stage Two children.
Sports on offer to the children, who were in a number of mixed groups, included running, bowls, fencing, volleyball and an assault course.
Reflecting on the success of the event, PE co-ordinator Neil Spencer hailed the impact of the day on the children.
“The sports morning was simply fantastic,” he said. “All of the sports went down really well and all of the children learnt something new.
“It was wonderful to hear them enthused about bowls and fencing, jumping around at break showing each other how they had played volleyball and hearing them cheer for their teams in the assault course and target practice.
“Ali Chambers came from the junior section of Fram Flyers running club and has taught the children and adults some drills and warm-ups that would be beneficial to our own curriculum lessons, as well as aiding each child to see their potential.”