Teachers and parents join in fun at Ilford primary school sports day
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The kids weren’t allowed to have all the fun at a school sports day in Ilford last week, when parents and even teachers joined in the games.
Teachers from Cranbrook Primary School, in The Drive, had a challenge in a three-legged race and mums and dads ran in their own 100m finals.
School pupils competed in hurdles, running races, athletics and sporty challenges including football and hockey dribbling at the all-day event on Wednesday (10).
The winners, even the parents, were awarded medals from headteacher Jas Leverton at a presentation.
PE co-ordinator Michael Tracey estimated that around 400 people turned up to watch the sports day.
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He added: “It had a real community feel to it and the weather was brilliant.”
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