We know the children at Offley school are up for a bit of a challenge and so we going to enter an inter school competition set by our very own Mr Smylie. The idea is you have to see how many speed jumps you can do in 30 seconds using just a few everyday items from your house as equipment. Please have a watch of Mr Smylie's video where he demonstrates how to take part in the challenge, whether you are in Reception/Key Stage One or Key Stage 2. You can do the challenge at any time between the 1st and 11th February and when you have got your score, please email it to me at email@example.com with your child's name and Year group, along with the number of jumps they managed in 30 seconds. The scores will be compared against other local schools and the results will be announced before half term. So, whether you're a Van Halen, Pointer Sisters or House of Pain fan, channel your inner kangaroo and get jumping!
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