A huge congratulations to Alex (Yr 4) and Betsaleel (Yr 6) for representing the school at the Athletics finals today.
Making the finals puts them in the top 10 children in the whole of Milton Keynes.
Both boys showed their determination and put in a huge amount of effort. Well done!
The Girls football team finished their final matches at the Bushfield tournament with games against Two Mile Ash and Oxley Park. The girls played fantastically well. Due to a few missing team members, we borrowed some players from another team and the girls did well to work with their new team mates. Unfortunately the results did not go in our favour, with a loss against TMA and a draw against Oxley.
Well done to everyone who has taken part in the tournament. I hope you have had as much fun as I have.
The boy's football team managed a last minute victory over Emerson Valley School last week in a close fought game. After taking the early lead, the boy's let in a last minute goal to make it 2-2. Not deterred, they rallied together and went straight up the other end and scored a fantastic goal to finish the match 3-2 victors.
A huge congratulations to all of the team and particularly our man of the match, Betsaleel (Year 6).
The girls took part in their first competitive football matches in more than 4 years at Bushfield school last night. The three, 15 minute, games took place on a cold and damp evening. After taking a while to get going, the girls started working as a team fantastically well and didn't give up. They represented our school beautifully and should be extremely proud of themselves. Next week there will be three more games and will give the girls another opportunity to practise the skills they have learnt in PE.
Our "lady" of the match was Zahara who was fearless in goal and had a showed a great eye for the ball.
Well done to our year 6 team: Zahara, Lolade, Rudy, Millie, Neave, Tayla and Chantelle.
On Thursday 30th November, the Year 6 girls netball team took part in an Aspire Netball competition against St Monica's and Giffard Park schools. It was the first competitive game that any of the girls had played and they did extremely well. All of the girls had a fantastic time, despite the cold weather, and are looking forward to the next matches in the New Year.
Rosie, our Year 6 Sports Ambassador said, ' It was fun but it was really chilly. I can't wait to play again.'
Congratulations to our new sports ambassadors, Kieran Roberts and Rosie Sicorello!
Kieran, you were chosen based on your commitment to our school and Rosie, you were chosen for your outstanding effort within P.E.
Well done and I look forward to working with you throughout the year.