Despite the wet and windy weather Year 5 and 6 pupils along with their parents took part in the Newquay Tretherras Youth University Sporty Activity day, Saturday 2nd September.
Over 100 pupils from across the Newquay area took part in a range of sports delivered by NT Sports staff and students. Young sporting athletes got the opportunity to utilise the facilities at Newquay Tretherras that included the new Sports Hall, the Academy Fitness gym, the floodlight Astro pitch and Newquay Sports Centre.
Pupils took part in two sessions that including football, hockey, netball, indoor athletics, climbing, trampolining and a fitness activity designed by Academy Fitness.
Senior Assistant Headteacher, Mr Richard Higginson presented certificates and prizes at the end of the day.
Mr Higginson commented, “Newquay Tretherras is well known for its sporting excellence and we look forward to the new activity studio in our new school building to continue this very strong tradition. We also encourage active lifestyles for all our student to support academic success and social well-being.”
Mr Higginson added, “We look forward to welcoming Year 5 & 6 pupils again to our following Youth University mornings where they will be able to experience more fun activities but focused on STEM subjects and Creative and Performing Arts.”
Over the next two Saturdays, the following Youth Universities are on STEM subjects (September 29th) and Creative and Performing Arts (October 6th).