MULTI-skilling was the name of the game for primary school pupils.
Pupils from Lache Primary, Overleigh St Mary’s, Eccleston Primary, Dodleston Primary, Hoole Primary, Belgrave Infants, Victoria Infants, St Clare’s Catholic Primary, St Werburgh’s and St Columba’s Catholic Primary and St Theresa’s Catholic Primary schools attended a Multi Skills Festival at Queen’s Park High, Handbridge.
Community coaches and members of the Chester School’s Sport Partnership ran the activities and were assisted by 27 Year 12 students from Queen’s Park who are sports leaders.
The activities were designed to help the children develop their skills in physical activities and promote the enjoyment of exercise.
Dennis Dorman, school sports co-ordinator for Queen’s Park High and Chester Catholic High, said: “I am delighted with the success of the event. The children took part in the activities with such enthusiasm and were a real credit to their schools.
“My thanks go to all the staff and parents who helped this annual festival to be such a success again. Without their help it would not have taken place.”