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Medal Winners
Y4 Girls
Y3 Boys

Saturday 2nd February saw HCJS hosting their now annual Cross Country meet. Twelve schools from around the Aylesbury Vale took part, with Year 5 and 6 pupils running approximately 1Km; and Year 3 and 4 pupils about 800m.

HCJS managed to win quite a haul of medals, in both individual and team categories:

  • Y6 Boys Bronze team medal (with Josh O'Hanlon joint 3rd individual)
  • Y5 Boys Silver team (with Dylan Langley 1st individual)
  • Y4 boys Bronze team
  • Y4 Girls Gold Team (with Chloe Sudborough 1st, Grace Johnson 2nd and Nina Konstantynovicz 3rd individual)
  • Y3 Boys Gold team (with Matthew Purdy 1st individual),
  • Y3 Girls Bronze team

Well done to all those from the school who took part.

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