Next week, children in KS1 and KS2 will be taking part in inter-house sport events.
Monday: Year 5 & 6
Wednesday: Year 3 & 4
Thursday: Year 1 & 2
Please ensure your child wears a t-shirt in the colour of their house, along with their usual blue shorts/joggers and trainers.
We are looking forward to an exciting week of sports at school!
Congratulations to our talented Year 5 & 6 footballers, who came 3rd in a B team tournament this week. They all played brilliantly as a team and came home with a trophy for our cabinet. Well done boys!
The A team’s tournament is on 2nd April and we are confident they’ll do just as well!
Do you think you and your friends have what it takes to dominate the football pitch? If you do, come and join the mini football tournament on the all weather pitch during the Summer Fete on Tuesday 24th July.
Pupils from years 3-6 are invited to see whether they have what it takes to be the next Messi or Ronaldo and lead their team to glory.
Teams will be mixed between year groups and a winner stays on golden goal format will be used. Be the first team to score to eliminate the opposition. However, if a dull 0-0 is played out then both teams will be eliminated!
For the small price of £1 per player, come and join the fun!
On Tuesday 3rd July pupils from Year 3-6 represented the school at this years District Sports event. The competition, held at The John Warner School, is the highlight of the sporting calendar.
Pupils competed in a variety of events over different distances. Each member of the team performed with effort, determination and pride. Due to these attributes, we finished in 4th place overall out of 10 teams, which is a fantastic achievement.
There were some standout individual performances from Year 6 pupils who won their event. Raphael and Elijah won the 80m flat and long jump respectively. The Year 6 boys 4x80m relay team (Raphael, Daniel, Harry and Jamie) also won their event.
Well done to all pupils who competed. We are already looking forward to the event next year!
Year 6 have been practicing their rounders skills for the last half term in PE. This afternoon they took part in an inter-house tournament, where all four houses played each other. Trott, Ennis and Farah were all at the top of the leader board, with exactly the same amount of points. First place was therefore decided on the number of rounders scored overall. With an impressive 22.5 rounders, FARAH were victorious!! Well done FARAH House!
1st place: Farah
2nd place: Trott
3rd place Ennis
4th place: Whitlock