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2017-09-27 06:00
The JP and SP Soccer World Cup victors Italy celebrating the win.Photo: supplied

The JP and SP Soccer World Cup victors Italy celebrating the win.Photo: supplied

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THE SP four-a-side tennis remains a popular afternoon with the children. They learn to play with other children in the phase who have different abilities.
The difference in tennis between the beginning and end of the afternoon shows how they get used to the game and each other. Even though Falcons won in points, we agree that tennis was the winner.

We would like to thank Mrs Scott and our Form 1s for putting a fun-filled Candyland social event together.
We believe the children learn to socialise in a different environment and it gives the Form 1s an opportunity to organise an event that requires the application of a variety of interpersonal skills. Much fun was had by all and the children are looking forward to our next function already.

All the nations joined together on Friday, September 15 for the JP and SP World Cup Soccer.
In the JP, we saw children dress as the best soccer players the world has to offer. There were Fearsome Germans, Super Spanish and Daring Dutch, among other wonderful teams.

The fields were marked, the music played and the teams gave it their all. After a gruelling few games it was time for the finals, both ending in dramatic penalty shoot-outs.
For the girls it was Germany vs England with Germany coming out tops.
The boys had a face-off between England and Italy, with England being the victors.

In the SP, Germany and Brazil played in the girls’ finals.
Brazil won in a penalty shoot-out. In the boys’ division, Italy and England­ went toe to toe and Italy won.

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