Lanner School Sports
Some pupils from Year 5 had the opportunity of visiting Redruth School on Wednesday 15th March to take part in their Football Tournament. Our Year 5 were good team players and supported one another at their first tournament. They had a very positive approach and were a credit to Lanner School. We would like to thank Mrs Pascoe who coached the Team throughout the competition.
Will Butler attended the Cornwall Judo Championships on Sunday 19th March in Penzance, he was amazing and won GOLD in his age group! He is competing in the red belt.
Lanner School were invited to participate in a local Gymnastic Competition at Redruth School this week.
The day started with a 2 hour coaching session, followed by a floor routine of cartwheels, bridges, splits and forward/backward rolls and finally on to the Vault. Our Team – Leah and Grace Emery, Amelia Abrahams, Jasmine Toy, Kerensa Luke, Rhiannon Kevern, Tabitha Treveal.
The girls thoroughly enjoyed their experience at Redruth School – Well done!
Cross Country Competition
Lanner School were invited to participate in a local cross country competition this week at Redruth School. Our team were Archie Lynch-Hill, Troy Skewes, Darcy Knibb, Charlie Dodds, Will Luscombe, Summer Hanson, Jessica Letcher, Aaron Blamey, Leon Holland, Charlie Congdon, Rohan Cremore and Dylan Kneebone. They all did a fantastic job and all completed the 1200m (yr 5) / 1600m (yr 6) course. We are thrilled to announce that the following pupils are to go through to the next competing round: Archie Lynch-Hill, Will Luscombe, Summer Hanson, Jessica Letcher.
Well done all, we are extremely proud!
Lanner V St Day Football match Wednesday 30th November 2016
On a chilly November evening after school, Summer, Josie, Morgan, Jayden, Daniel T, Archie, William L & Darcy travelled to St Day to play football against St Day School.
The Lanner Football Squad all worked hard together passing with skill and working well as a team to draw 3-3 with St Day. William Luscombe scored all three of the amazing Lanner goals and was well supported by the Lanner defence and attack.
The team were all really happy with the result and it was a very good match.
Football at Treleigh School
On Wednesday 16th November, we went to Treleigh School for a friendly football match.
We played really well as a team together and won 1:0.
Our striker Darcy scored in the first two minutes. Due to our excellent defending, we managed to keep the opposition from scoring any goals against us. Will did a fantastic job in goal and Daniel tackled and passed well. Summer showed off her passing skills and Jess blocked the ball beautifully. Troy was good at defending and encouraged the team vocally. Aaron stopped the ball from the other team well and Charlie C was brilliant on the wing and took some great long distance shots.
Mrs Pascoe said that any one of us could have been Man of the Match but everyone decided that the honor went to Archie because of his amazing pace, tackling and avoidance of the other teams players.
We must say a huge thank you to all of the people who helped with transport.
Summer, Darcy, Jess, Archie, Will, Troy, Aaron, Charlie C & Daniel
The children had a lovely fun day enjoying the races on Wednesday 13th July. The children all gave their very best effort and we were really proud of how encouraging and enthusiastic everybody was.
A huge thank you must go to Miss steel for organising the brilliant afternoon.
23rd June 2016 - Year 6 Hit The Surf
The Hit the surf programme gives the unique opportunity for children to be part of an exciting lifesaving course, which gives theory and practical lessons to 8–12 year olds in surfing and beach safety.
The course was run by trained and highly experienced RNLI lifeguards who can gave the students real examples of life threatening situations and how to get out of trouble in and around the sea.
The half day session included a safety talk, beach activities and surf and boarding skills.
They taught the children to:
always swim between the red and yellow flags
the role of a lifeguard
what to do in trouble
to have improved confidence in the water