Last week we celebrated World Cup day at school. As part of our celebration we held some inter house competitions to see which house is the best at football.
We had so many children sign up to participate in the competition that we held 3 different competitions: Girls Year 3-6, Boys Year 3 and 4 and Boys Year 5 and 6.
It was a very good competition with some lovely examples of sportsmanship throughout. It was nice to see children who interacting and working with children they ordinarily wouldn’t.
It was a very close competition and the results will be released on Thursday when the Year 6’s are back from London.
Massive well done to the year 6 football team. In a very hard match which finished 2-2, we managed to grab the goal in extra time to win 3-2.
Everyone played so well! I am very proud!
Well done Harry, Logan and Archie for your goals!
Thank you to all of you who attended the tennis competition today. We had great fun and it was lovely to see some of the kids trying something new, or just showing off their tennis skills! Hopefully this will inspire you to join a club or play outside of school!
Check out Mr Brown’s blog for pictures!
I am so excited and extremely proud to be able to announce the grand total raised for Mary Steven’s Hospice.
As a school we raised a staggering £7200!!!
To put this into prospective, this is equivalent to:
– 2400 meals for patients
– 432 hours of specialist nursing care
– 240 counselling sessions for a bereaved child who has lost a parent
Furthermore, the money raised could pay for respite or end-of-life care.
We are amazed and just want to say thank you for all the support given through the donations made. The children and staff were fantastic and to see the total raised is overwhelming. Thank you again and well done Peters Hill.
Below are some pictures of our day and there are plenty more on class blogs!
The year 6 football team have beaten Glynne and are through to the final of the district cup. The boys played so well today, it was a pleasure to watch.
The final will be played at a neutral ground on Friday 15th June (on the evening).
Well done everyone who was involved.
Yesterday some children in Years 3 and 4 had the opportunity to compete in a tennis tournament at Stourbridge Tennis Club. There were lots of teams from different schools competing so there was 6 matches on at one time. The children did extremely well and managed to get into the quarter finals of the competition! It was close and the rallies were long but we just missed out on going through to the semi finals.
Here are some pictures of our fantastic morning of tennis…
Well done to all the children who participated in the tournament, you looked and behaved like tennis professionals!