Faction Cross Country
Well done to all students on their performance in the faction cross country last Friday. It was fantastic to see everyone giving maximum effort to complete the course no matter where they place. Thanks to S3 and S4 for their assistance on the day. Many senior students ran the course multiple times helping and encouraging the younger students. Thanks to the parents and staff who assisted on the day with set up and pack up and during the events.
Congratulations to our medallion winners:
Year 6 champions – Ava and Zakaria, runner-ups – Katya and Tyler
Year 5 champions – Charlotte and James, runner-ups – Zara and David
Year 4 champions – Isabel and Freddie, runner-ups – Lara and Ted
Year 3 champions – Bella and Maxwell, runner-ups – Vivienne and Robbie
Year 2 champions – Neveah and Cooper, runner-ups – Scarlett and Hunter
Year 1 champions – Cora and Theodore, runner-ups – Annabelle and Orlando
PP champions –Summer and Alexander, runner-ups – Violet and Darcy
Our runners who came 1 – 6 in Year 3 to 6 will represent Kensington in the Interschool Cross Country next Thursday 4th August at Harold Rossiter Park.
It was a close fought competition throughout the day with Parmelia winning from Cygnet, followed by Investigator and Endeavour.
Thank you to Mrs Stanford and her team of helpers for a well organised and lovely community event.
Last term we conducted a faction competition during senior sport. The final results were: - Cygnet won the soccer and newcombe ball, Investigator the basketball and a 3-way tie for netball between Investigator, Endeavour and Parmelia. The overall competition was won by Cygnet and Investigator. Well done to all our players, it was great to see our students taking their captaincy roles responsibly as they organised their teams. Thanks again to the staff and the remarkable parent helpers Mel, Janet, Amy and Claire.
Running Club is on each Tuesday and Friday morning on the oval from 8.00am – 8.30am. New runners always welcome. Parents of Kindy and Pre-primary parents must attend with their child. Active kids learn better!
Kensington Primary has our very own representative at the Commonwealth Games. Karri Somerville, an ex-student, is in the Hockeyroos team.