After recent poor weather and a number of cancellations the Cross Country League was back underway with the fourth race of the season held at Mullion School. Josh (4th), Harry (6th) and Ethan (9th) were all top 10 finishers in the Year 5/6 boys race. Last year as a school we reached a total of 4259 points. This year we are currently on 3448. Let's see if we can pass that score by getting as many children as possible competing in the final 2 events of the year.
Helston held the penultimate race before the Christmas break where a number of children were taking part in their 3rd race of the year. Tom had his 3rd top 10 finish this year finishing 9th in the Year 3/4 race. Josh also managed his 3rd top 10 finish coming 5th in the Year 5/6 race.
St Michael's School held race 2 for the first time and it turned out to be a tough but enjoyable course. Well done to Tom who finished 4th in the Year 3/4 race and Harry and Josh in the Year 5/6 race who finished 5th and 7th respectively.
Cross Country Returns
The Cross Country League returned for the 2016/17 season at Mullion. As usual Nansloe was well represented with a number of Year 3 children taking part for the first time. Stand out finishers were Tom who finished 6th and Charlie 10th in the Year 3/4 race and Josh (6th) and Harry (10th) in the Year 5/6 race.
Cross Country Dates 2016-2017
Tuesday 20th September 2016 4pm @ Mullion Year 3,4,5,6
Tuesday 4th October 2016 4pm @ St Michael's Primary School Helston Year 3,4,5,6
Tuesday 1st November 2016 4pm @ Helston Community College Year 1,2,3,4,5,6
Tuesday 22nd November 2016 4pm @ Porthleven Primary School Year 3,4,5,6
Tuesday 17th January 2017 4pm @ Mullion Year 3,4,5,6
Tuesday 7th February 2017 4pm @ Helston Community College Year R,1,2,3,4,5,6
Tuesday 14th March 2017 4pm @ Mullion Fun Run and Results
Nansloe represented at Peninsula Cross Country Event
Congratulations to Harry and Scarlett who represented Helston at the Peninsula cross country event at Pool Academy on Monday 7th March. Harry and Scarlett were competing against runners from schools from Mullion, Falmouth, Camborne, Redruth and Truro. The standard of this competition was extremely high with some runners representing Cornwall for their age groups. Harry finished 31st out of 72 runners in his event and Scarlett finished 12th out of 69 runners in her category. As Scarlett finished inside the top 15 she will now go on to represent the Peninsula area in The Cornwall School Games next week. Everybody at Nansloe is enormously proud of the pair of you.
Infant Fun Run 1st March 2016
Congratulations to all the infants who took part in the infant fun run at Porthleven on Tuesday. The weather conditions were challenging but your excitement and willingness to take part is something to be very proud of.
Cross County Competition - 19th January 2016
Mrs Goldsmith, Miss Culliford and her Cross Country team took part in this inter-school cross country meet at Mullion School. Congratulations to Harry, Max and Ethan who all finished in the top 10 of the Year 4 boy category and to Cerys in Year 3, who came 8th in her category. Once more, a huge thank you to all the parents who transported and supported our pupils so enthusiastically; it really is appreciated.
Cross Country Competition - 10th November 2015
An amazing 30 children took part in this cross country event on the 10th November, scoring a tremendous 1200 points for our school. This has moved Nansloe to fourth place in the inter-school league. A special well done to Lily-Grace who came 3rd in the Y3/Y4 girls competition and to Max, Owen, and Harry who all finished in the top 8 of the boys Y3/Y4 competition. Sincere thanks again to all our parents for your continued and amazing support in transporting your child and cheering them on.
Cross Country Competition - 20th October 2015
Mrs Goldsmith, Miss Culliford and her Cross Country team took part in the inter-school cross country meet at Porthleven School on Tuesday 20th October 2015. Congratulations to Lily-Grace who came 4th in the Year 3/Year 4 category. A huge thank you to all the parents who transported and supported our pupils so enthusiastically.