Towards the end of last term we took part in a number of sporting competitions including Cluster Hockey, Football, Cluster Boccia and Trust Cross Country Events. Here is a round up of those performances and a look forward to our sporting calendar over the coming term.

27th January -Year 5 Trust Football

Our Year 5 children took second and third in this competition held at Towcester Leisure Centre.

 

29th January – Year 3/4 Cluster Football

Our Year 3 & 4 footballers won the cluster competition without conceding a single goal. Brilliant!

5th February – Trust Cross Country Years 3-6

A number of children from throughout Key Stage 2 attended this event held at The Nicholas Hawksmoor Primary School. We placed first in both the Year 5/6 Boy and Year 5/6 Girl Competitions with a number of outstanding individual performances with Year 6 boys and girls placing 2nd and 3rd. In addition, one of our Year 3 boys placed 2nd in the Year 3/4 Boys competition.

12th February – Year 3/4 Cluster Hockey Tournament

Congratulations to the fabulous Y3/4 Hockey Team. Tournament winners who won in undefeated games and did not concede a single goal. Impeccable behaviour and top sportsmanship all round!

In the forthcoming weeks we will be taking part in a number of events including Key Stage 1 Cluster Goalball, Year 5/6 Cluster Netball and Year 4/5 Archery. We look forward to updating you on our performances, Twitter is used for giving ‘live updates’ so make sure you follow us @Brackenleas1.

Sport Relief is Coming…

Friday 13th March is Sport Relief. This year we have a very special visitor coming to our school on this day. We look forward to welcoming Elizabeth Cann England Badminton Player. Here is a link to her Wikipedia page if you would like to read more. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Cann

Elizabeth will be conducting circuit training with individual year groups as well as giving an inspirational assembly to the children. We look forward to sharing photos from her day with us.

On Sport Relief Day we will be asking the children to come in to school wearing red and white for a £1 donation. The children will also be walking a mile for Sport Relief on this day. Parents are welcome to come along and watch, more details to follow in the near future.

 

 

 

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