Children given sporting chance at activity day
YOUNG people were on top of their game when they went head-to-head at their annual sports day.
Up to 50 entry level students showed off their sporting prowess by competing in a range of fun activities at South Cheshire College.
It included football, hockey, relay events and a tug-of-war finale.
The group was joined by more than 20 youngsters from Springfield School, in Crewe, who took part in the sports day for the first time.
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Former college student Stuart Bloor came along to present the trophies to the winning students, with every young person also receiving a medal for completing their challenges.
Stuart is aiming to qualify for the Great Britain 100-metre wheelchair sprint team in the London Paralympics later this year.
Jacqui Gregory, from the Crewe-based college, said: "This was another excellent sports day and all the students who took part did extremely well."
Entry level courses are for students with learning difficulties and disabilities and give them the chance to learn key life skills in a realistic setting.