Monday, November 3, 2008

2008 Cross Country

video

The Cross Country movie has been a very long time coming! Our apologies - we were back to dial up speed after exceeding our broadband plan for the month! Impossible to work with a blog at dial up speed!

THANKS HEAPS to all our supportive parents and whanau for joining us for our annual cross country at Parua Bay School. The children had trained hard and eagerly awaited the event after its postponement due to wet weather last term. It was great to finally put all that training into action. What amazingly fit children we have at Manaia - all of them enjoying the competition! Next year there will definately need to be a parents race! We look forward to your comments.

6 comments:

Breakaway Retreat said...

Wow what great runners you all are. I think you have a few champion runners at Kindergarten.

You all are certainly fit, I didn't see anybody stopping for a break. Well done.

Niall great effort, Mum, Dad, Liam and Ceara are proud of you for participating and having fun.


Mum Dad, Liam and Ceara.

Leanne said...

What awesome running.
You definitely deserved those iceblocks after all that hard work.
Well done everyone.

Leanne

Anonymous said...

What awesome running, you look like you had a great time. Well done everyone!
From Lisa (Lucy's mum)

Anonymous said...

What a great day, you were all such fantastic runners doing not just one lap but also two.
Just as well you have fit kindy teachers with all that running.

Well deserved ice blocks I think!

Thank you to you all for a great day we loved watching and your certificate take pride of place in our lounge.

Cherie, Corys Nanna & Gran

Anonymous said...

Good work runners of Manaia Kindergarten... I can see you are good at persisting to finish a job that you set yourselves. You must have trained hard to have such strong muscles!
Ann
Pukerua Bay Kindergarten
Wellington

parua bay primary school said...

Great to see you all running. It's a very important part of our fundamental movement skills. Well done all the children who took part.
Lynfa