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Competitions

 

Sports Competitions & Events

 

We enter into numerous sporting competitions/festivals throughout the year, all organised through our sports confederation. Check back here throughout the year for information.

 

 

 

  • Year 6 Boys Football @Royal Holloway University Thursday November 11th 2021
  • Year 3 Community Sports Day @Royal Holloway University Thursday November 16th 2021
  • Year 5/6 Girls Football @Royal Holloway University Thursday November 25th 2021
  • Year 5 Boys Football @Royal Holloway University Thursday March 10th 2022
  • Year 3 Tag Rugby Festival @ Bishopsgate School Tuesday March 15th 2022
  • Years 3-6 Cross Country @ Notre Dame School Saturday April 23rd 2022

 

 

Thursday November 25th Year 5/6 Girls Football

 

 

Thursday November 11th Year 6 Boys Football

 

 

Our year 6 boys made it to the quarter finals in their annual 7 a side tournament at Royal Holloway. After a win, draw and 2 defeats the boy managed to progress from the group stage with a better goal difference. 

Well played to the boys for their effort on the day.

 

Tuesday November 16th Year 3 Community Sports Day

 

 

Year 3 had a great time at Royal Holloway University for the Community Sports Day.

There were 5 activities on the day, Lacrosse, Ultimate Frisbee, Basketball, Volleyball and Martial Arts.

It was a great day of fun and learning opportunities for our children. Here is some pupil voice below.

‘I found it exciting to the martial arts activity’ – Tristan

‘I found all of the activities amazing because they all made me better at different sports.’ – Billy

‘I really liked the martial arts because there were lots of different skills like gymnastics and boxing.’ – Leo

‘I really enjoy the trip to the sports centre because it was really fun and lots of people tried their best.’ Penelope

‘It was really fun because we got to go outside.’ – Evelyn

‘The building was called Royal Holloway and the basketball was fun. It was nil nil but all that mattered was that we had fun.’ – Noah

‘I like Royal Holloway because was id loads of sports and it taught me a lot.’ – Arthur

‘The volunteers gave up their time for us so that we could have a nice day.’ – Liliana

‘I really liked Royal Holloway because I learnt really good stuff and the volunteers were very nice.’ – Lily M

 

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