On Monday after school, a Stoke City coach called Sam comes to teach us football. First, we do training. We change what we do every week so we know what our aim is when we play in the match. In the match we split into two groups of 4 or 5 and then we play football on the pitch!
We are very lucky to have stoke city coach come to our school to give us extra training!
– Dakish ,Year 6.
Haywood Academy Paralympics
On Wednesday 8th November 2107 we went to Haywood Academy for the Paralympics. We took 3 teams, and were playing against 5 other schools. All the teams were split into 3 teams A, B and C. We played 4 games to see who got the most points. The winners will go to Keele University for the final. The games were Boccia, Indoor curling, Goal ball and seated volleyball.
Well done to our A team, photographed here, who won!
A big well done to our Year 5 & 6 girls football team who took part in a tournament today at Dimensions. The girls were led out by their Captain – Caitlin, Year 6, and we’re proud to say they came 3rd!…with a cracking goal from Lily, Year 5!
Man of the tournament was Kiera Year 6!
Port Vale have also offered all the girls that took part a ticket to watch them play on 14th October – parents will be contacted about this directly.
Well done girls!
Well done to our mixed Year 5 & 6 football team who took part in a tournament today at Dimensions. They competed against 12 teams and came 4th!…scoring 10 goals in total!
Man of the tournament was Elefio Year 5!
Lacey from Year 5 did a great job as match reporter!
Good luck to our Year 5 & 6 girls who will be competing in the same tournament next Monday!
We took two teams of mixed Year 3 & 4 to Dimensions and played against four other teams. We came 2nd! Well done to everyone who played!
Team 1 – man of the match…..Rob, Year 4
Team 2 – man of the match…..Lucas, Year 3
Special thanks to our match reporter – Michael Year 5
On 20th October 2017, some Year 3 & 4 children took part in Bee Active’s Handball tournament at Northwood Stadium, and came a very close 3rd! …Well done everyone!