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Football tournament at Wyndley

The Y5 (B) football team took part in a WSAS tournament at Wyndley on Thursday afternoon. It was a league format with the winner going through to contend the semifinals against the winner of another groups. The team was unbeaten and didn't concede a single goal but didn't make it out of the group stages unfortunately, finishing second in the group.

However, the team had to play four games as another team was added at the last minute whilst the other three groups had 3 matches, we were the only mixed team, we had no substitutes so all the children played every moment of every match, and every child showed excellent manners throughout, shaking hands with opponents and saying thank you for taking them. They played brilliantly, working as a team and supporting one another throughout, with smiles on their faces and obviously enjoying themselves. 

We are extremely proud of the team and will celebrate their success in assembly next week.

football B team

A special thank you to the parents who transported the team, provided refreshments and supported us throughout.

Year 5 Cricket Tournament

Well done to the year 5 team, who were amazing at the Wilson Stuart Cricket Tournament this week. They played skillfully and as a team, resulting in them making it to the final round; they came second overall.

 

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Swimming Gala 2017

Once again we took a team of swimming superstars to the WSAS Swimming Gala, who really did us proud! The team showed fantastic dedication in the weeks leading up to the gala during extra sessions with our swimming instructor and many practising outside of school. On the day, they showed great sportsmanship and competed excellently - with a few 1st, 2nd and 3rd places being achieved! Well done to the other competing schools who also had some very strong teams!

 

Congratulations to our Boys' Team and Relay Team, who both finished in 3rd place against some tough competition!

We look forward to next year's!

Swimming, Athlete, Sports, Water, Pool, Leisure

 

Gymnastics Tournament

A huge well done to our fantastic Year 3/4 and Year 5/6 Gymnastics team last week! We attended the Tournament at the GMAC in Birmingham, achieveing some excellent scores. All of the children worked incredibly hard in the lead up to the compeition and represented our school excellently. The children showed dedication and great sportsmanship - we're all very proud of them! We were very lucky to have some expert coaching from our after-school club teacher, which the children definitely enjoyed and made a big difference to their competitive preparation.

We would like to say a big thank you also to our reserves who trained along with the final competition team and were ready on stand by to step in at the last minute if we needed them!

Medals, Winner, Runner-Up, Third, Second, First, One

Our finishing places were:

Year 3/4 Team (out of 14 schools) - Vault 6th, Floor 8th, Overall 6th (it was so close that we were less than 1 point away from 4th place!)

Year 5/6 Team (out of 15 schools) - Vault 2nd, Floor 3rd, Overall 2nd (only half a point off 1st!)

 

We are looking forward to preparing for the Year 1/2 Competition in April!

 

Golf Sessions with The Belfry

KS2 were very lucky this year to have some Golf sessions delivered by a professional Golf Player from The Belfry. We had a great day where children took part in House Team competitions on a range of golf-related activities. Children who showed exceptional talent were also invited to some free sessions at The Belfry Golf Club!

It was a fantastic opoprtunity for us to try something different, as we don't normally do Golf in school, and we saw some budding talent coming through! 

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