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Cross Country

On Sunday 8th October lots of children competed in the Cleethorpes Athletics Club annual beach cross country. Overall it was a very successful day, the girls and boys both won! Well done and thank you to all involved.


We had three badminton teams compete at Oasis Academy Wintringham this year. All three teams competed in League One to have a chance of becoming the best team in N.E.Lincs. All of the children had a great afternoon competing, and Healing A won the competition overall! 


On 9th February, 25 children from our school took part in the gymnastics competition. All of our children had a lovely day and performed amazingly. Our LKS2 team won overall with Gemma taking the 1st place gymnast of the day out of 75 children. Our UKS2 teams performed to the best of their ability and the four teams came 6th, 7th, 12th and 18th. Well done to our Year 6 boys competing for the first time and putting themselves out of their comfort zone - you were great!

 Indoor Athletics

We entered the Indoor Athletics competition this year. The Year 5/6 children spent the morning at Grimsby Institute competitng in a range of track and field events in the sports hall. Overall we came 2nd out of 25 local schools which meant we progressed to the local finals event.

At the local finals the top 8 schools competed again for a chance to represent North East Lincolnshire in March at the regional finals. Healing went on to win this event even though we were expected to finish 2nd! It was a fantastic team effort!

The Year 3/4 children have now competed in their heats and finals. They won their heat to make it through to the top 8 finals following the footsteps of the Year 5/6 children. They went on to win the whole event out of 26 schools! Well done to everyone involved!

Tag Rugby

In September, two teams went to Cleethorpes Rugby Club to compete in the interschools tag rugby event. Both teams had an amazing afternoon getting very muddy. Healing B progressed to the quarter finals, but were unfortunately knocked out by St. Marys. Healing A went on to the final and won the competition overall! So many people commented on the sportsmanship of our children and what team players they were. Mrs Wood had a lovely time cheering the children on at this event.