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Wells school hosts annual Olympeel Games

PUBLISHED: 15:43 04 July 2017 | UPDATED: 15:43 04 July 2017

Students taking part in the Olympeel Games at Alderman Peel High School. Picture: TOM CAMPEY.

Students taking part in the Olympeel Games at Alderman Peel High School. Picture: TOM CAMPEY.

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Sporting talent was on show when a north Norfolk school held a sports day with a difference.

Students taking part in the Olympeel Games at Alderman Peel High School. Picture: TOM CAMPEY. Students taking part in the Olympeel Games at Alderman Peel High School. Picture: TOM CAMPEY.

The annual Olympeel Games at Alderman Peel High School in Wells saw students compete in huge range of events.

They included traditional athletics track and field competitions as well as netball, handball, swimming, table tennis, rowing and ultimate frisbee.

The Olympeel Games focus on the Olympic values with awards for demonstrating these throughout the day.

A huge number of parents and family members supported the event.

Students taking part in the Olympeel Games at Alderman Peel High School in Wells. Picture: TOM CAMPEY Students taking part in the Olympeel Games at Alderman Peel High School in Wells. Picture: TOM CAMPEY

All staff were involved and many former students returned. Some competed against staff in 4 x 100m relay race.

Head teacher Alastair Ogle said: “It was once again a wonderful event, demonstrating how successful the APHS family are. I am very grateful to all the staff and volunteers who made it possible.”

Students taking part in the Olympeel Games at Alderman Peel High School. Picture: TOM CAMPEY Students taking part in the Olympeel Games at Alderman Peel High School. Picture: TOM CAMPEY

Students taking part in the Olympeel Games at Alderman Peel High School in Wells. Picture: TOM CAMPEY. Students taking part in the Olympeel Games at Alderman Peel High School in Wells. Picture: TOM CAMPEY.

Students taking part in the Olympeel Games at Alderman Peel High School. Picture:TOM CAMPEY Students taking part in the Olympeel Games at Alderman Peel High School. Picture:TOM CAMPEY

Students taking part in the Olympeel Games at Alderman Peel High School. Picture: TOM CAMPEY Students taking part in the Olympeel Games at Alderman Peel High School. Picture: TOM CAMPEY

Alderman Peel High School head Alastair Ogle at the Olympeel Games. Picture: TOM CAMPEY Alderman Peel High School head Alastair Ogle at the Olympeel Games. Picture: TOM CAMPEY

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