Sport

Yr.6A

So far this week we have baked and decorated cakes, played games in the Bayle Pond gardens, made a chemical reaction creating elephant toothpaste, made our own bouncy balls, worked on some tricky maths problems, enjoyed time with the parachute, planted seeds, written messages in Viking runes and learnt how to play table tennis.  It Continue reading

First few days back in Yr.6A

We have had a great first few days back in Yr.6A.  It has been lovely to see everyone.  We have crammed a lot into three days including worship, literacy, numeracy, science, curling, cooking, bug hunting, scoot boarding, computing, board games, art, word games and topic.  As you can see a lot of fun was had Continue reading

Parachute

For their last PE lesson together for a while Yr.6 enjoyed using the parachute.  They played many games and laughed a lot.  Tiki enjoyed it too!

Herald Cup – Matches 2&3

The Herald Cup team have had two matches this week. One against Churchill And one against Morehall Primary School. Both games were enjoyable with some good football. The Morehall match was a very close game. The final score was 3-2 to Morehall due to a goal in the last two minutes! Churchill won 7-1. Out Continue reading

Yr 4 Play Handball

This morning all of Year 4 went to the Three Hills to play in a handball tournament. We haven’t really played before so it was a new sport for many, everyone started improving very quickly which was great to see. I was very proud of the way they persevered, no one gave up trying and Continue reading

Yr.6 Handball

All of Yr.6 braved the weather and headed to The Three Hills to play in a handball competition today. We stopped at Radnor Park to play and eat our lunch. We were in four teams and played six games each. It was a brilliant afternoon with everyone showing some great skills. Each team was given Continue reading

Herald Cup – match 1

Yesterday we played our first Herald Cup game against St Martins. The sun was shining and the team was excited. We were really proud of all the players, they worked well as a team, passing and moving effectively. St Eanswythe’s scored the first goal which was soon equalised by St Martins. We then went three Continue reading

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