On Wednesday this team played in a tournament at the UEA. Mr Lightfoot would like to say how impressed he was with this group of players. From the beginning to the end of the tournament, they were all happy and helped each other to develop their footballing talents. Their sense of school identity was amazing and every single player joined in the team huddle at the beginning and end of the matches. Everyone shared responsibility and took turns from the first whistle to the end of the tournament. They won matches with dignity and lost others with good-grace. The high standards the players set for themselves certainly paid off and other squads, quite rightly, said they were one of the best school teams in Norwich. From Mr Lightfoot’s coaching perspective, they were very nearly the perfect team that he could wish for and he wishes he could bottle what they displayed and use it on all other football players. Their resilience and a true team ethos shone through in spades….
Well done to Freya, Kornelia ,Rosavell, Martha, Kate, Alaena, Sophia and Georgie.
Last week, on a cold November day, a year 5/6 tag rugby squad played in a tournament against a number of other schools. One team finished third and the other team won the plate competition. Superb sportsmanship was exhibited by all. To have a look at the photos or reports please go to www.norwichssp.co.uk
On Wednesday some year 1 and 2 children represented the school at the Gymnastic festival held at Easton Gymnastic Centre. They were wonderful and hopefully really enjoyed the afternoon.
Here are some of the 46 boys and girls who represented the school at Wednesday’s Norwich Area Cross country event. 6 progressed to the county finals. A special mention to the year two squad who gained 6 out of the top 10 finishing positions in their race. Well done one and all.
On the 23rd of May, 4M took part in the Open Dance Show ‘Top of the Pops’. They performed a routine to S-Club’s ‘Don’t Stop Moving’ and were totally brilliant! Here they are rehearsing some snazzy moves.
Children from Years 3 to 6 attended this event. As always they were a credit to our school and their families. Watch out for who makes the final in a few weeks.
Well done to 3 squads who played against lots of other schools this month. The squads came 1st, 6th and 7th with obviously the winning team going forward to the final next month. Everyone played their best and were great sportsman.
Reception in the hall learning balance ability and Year 5s in the playground on the road during their two day course Pedal Power.
Last week two year 3/4 teams represented the school in the Norwich SSP competition. A year 2/3 squad also represented Saint Francis of Assisi school at a tennis festival.Both took place at Eaton Park .Lots of good tennis was played by both.
Congratulations to Sophia, Felix, Grace and Gabriel who finished in third position overall.As a result of this they have gained a place at the county finals.