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Owls competitive Debut a resounding success despite false fire alarm!

On Tuesday 14th March, Owls made their competitive debut when they travelled the short distance to St Pauls in Burgess Hill to represent Woodlands Meed in the annual boccia and new age kurling event.

There were six other schools in attendance including Lindfield, St Josephs, Bolnor and Blackthorns with all students having the opportunity to play in both boccia and new age kurling matches.

Our students played really well, trying their best and showing great improvement throughout the morning’s event.  They coped really well with the unfamiliar setting, and the large number of unfamiliar people present.  Owls also had an unplanned fire alarm to contend with! They all took it in their stride and many commented that they enjoyed playing the two sports.  Seeing their old school, and making new friends were two other highlights!  Well done Owls, we are very proud of you!