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Olympic fever grips St Teresa’s

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PUPILS from a Wokingham town centre primary school were gripped with Winter Olympic fever – so much so that they staged their very own version of the games.

Organised by St Teresa’s teacher Emilie Smith – who used to be team manager for Skeleton gold medal winner Lizzy Yarnold and teammate Laura Deas – classes tried their hand at a range of sports including indoor curling.

Ms Smith gave the Key Stage Two pupils tips on how to throw special curling stones at targets and then challenged them to mini-tournaments.

And the pupils also enjoyed their very own Olympic torch relay, with the flame being shared between classes through the week.

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