IN THE final week of term, Sir John Colfox Academy hosted their final event of the year, the inaugural West Dorset Year 3 and 4 Quadkids, with Bridport Primary School victorious.

Ten teams, comprising of four boys and four girls, took part in four events – the 75m sprint, 400m, mini howler and standing long jump.

Each individual score is added together to make a final team score. The results were incredibly close at the end between the individual and the teams with just 12 points separating the top three teams.

Bridport Primary School triumphed with 1,385 points ahead of St Catherine’s (1,378) in second with Parrett and Axe (1,373) in third.

In the individual boys’ standings, St Catherine’s athlete Oscar Stephens led home schoolmate Harry Elliott, with Burton Bradstock schoolboy George Harrow in third.

Stephens’ fellow St Catherine’s athlete Tilly-Lu Winters-O’Brien took the girls’ win ahead of Bridport Primary duo Genevieve May and Blanche Munro in second and third respectively.

Colfox also paid huge credit to Irene Fairley, who worked tirelessly throughout the year to provide many opportunities for the school’s children.