On Wednesday 15th November, pupils from Year 5 and 6 competed in an inter-school netball and football tournament, which was held at The John Warner School.
It was a very successful tournament for both the A and B Netball teams.
The A team won all of their games in the group stage, and won the semi- final game, taking them to the final. They narrowly missed out, by one goal, and came 2nd, bringing home silver medals. Well done girls!
The B team came 3rd in their group, winning the majority of their games, bringing home bronze medals. Great work girls!
Both football teams performed with commitment and passion throughout the tournament.
The A team qualified from their group in 2nd place, but unfortunately lost in both the semi-final and the 3rd/4th play off.
The B team finished 3rd in their group and scored some brilliant individual and team goals.
Well done to all those who competed; you should all be very proud of yourselves.
The recent inter-house tournament in football and netball was a huge success, with air house prevailing in the year 3-4 and year 5-6 competition.
Congratulations to all of the Air house.
All pupils who took part showed commitment, teamwork and communication – so well done to everyone!
We can’t wait for the next inter-house tournament in the spring term.
Just a quick reminder that this week is Inter-house Netball and Football for Years 3-6.
Please can you ensure that your child brings their P.E. kit, the colour top that represents their house and warm clothes (as we will be outside all afternoon on their P.E. day).
On Thursday 2nd November, we have a fixture against Broxbourne Primary School in football and netball. We have 2 teams representing the school in each sport.
The matches are being played straight after school on the field and the KS2 playground, so come along and give your support!
The Daily Mile aims to improve the physical, social, emotional and mental health and well-being of our pupils – regardless of age, ability or personal circumstances.
At Wormley, we are striving to undertake the Daily Mile at least 3 times a week during the school day. It consists of the children (and adults!) being outside and running/fast walking around a set course for 15 minutes.
Research has shown that it increases attainment in learning and parents have reported an increased interest in health and well-being.
If you want to find out more about the Daily Mile please visit https://thedailymile.co.uk/