To celebrate Olympic Day on the 23rd June, Clare Mount will be asking pupils to come to school dressed as their favourite Olympic athlete. Olympic Day is an important event to continue our GET SET legacy from London 2012 and build towards Rio 2016. With a special emphasis on some of the Olympic/Paralympic Values of RESPECT, EQUALITY, DETERMINE, and INSPIRATION, Olympic Day will form part of our National School Sport Week planner. On the day there will be a series of inter-form athletics, cross-country and tennis challenges, and this will continue into Wednesday alongside a Special Educational Needs Golf event at Arrow Park (as Golf will be a new sport at Rio016). The Olympic Day will be complimented with a visit to school by GB Paralymic Fencer Craig McCann on Monday along with an indoor rowing festival run by our School Games Organiser. Meanwhile, on Thursday the school will enjoy a visit from Olympic Silver Medallist and Youth Sport Trust Ambassador Gail Emms. The week will culminate in a whole school Sports Day at The Oval with opening and closing ceremonies and a mix of boccia, volleyball, football and athletics events for every pupil to take part in