Youngsters test their skills at sports day

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More than 240 four and five year-olds from All Saints, St Andrews, Dickleburgh, Garboldisham and Roydon competed in the Diss Primary Cluster Picnic Sports Day at Diss High School.

They took part in a variety of activities focusing on agility, balance and co-ordination skills.

The games involved balancing on beams, running over and under obstacles, water based activities – carrying water in cups through and over obstacles and using fishing nets to catch obstacles in a pool, limbo challenges, parachute and frisbee games.

The whole event was organised by the Higher Sports Leaders from the high school.