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At the moment, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are no school sports events being held but we are continuously trying to find a way to do so.
We got to Sibford and warmed up and got ready whilst Class 2 & 3 cheered us on.
In our first match we won 2:0 with the whole team playing brilliantly. In our second match we drew one all. In our third match we lost 2:1 but we still had lots of fun. Our fourth match we lost 2:0 but we didn't give up and kept going. In our fifth match we won 2:0. In the sixth match we lost 3:1.
We enjoyed ourselves so much, we had the best time ever but knew it was time to go home.
On Thursday 10th October 2019, Class 4 (Year 5 & 6) went to a Tag Rugby tournament. Our class was split up into two teams - A Team and B Team. A Team was run by Mr Ball and is the team I will be talking about.
We played many different matches such as:
Now, the last game we played was a 9/10th place playoff. This game ended much better, here was the score:
We finished 9th place while the B Team finished 4th. The teachers were very proud of us all and how we behaved.
On Thursday 10th October, Class 4 (year 5 & 6) went to a Tag Rugby tournament at Warriner. The class was split into two teams - A Team and B Team. A Team was run by Mr Ball and B Team was run by Mrs Shaw. In B Team there were three girls and lots of boys.
We played lots of different teams such as:
Class 3 took part in an athletics activity session held at Cardus School. Much fun was had by all.
We sent three teams to Sibford School to take part in the Warriner Family Kwik Cricket tournament. The B and C teams played a round robin tournament while the A team played in a league. Our A team came runners up in their league and therefore had to play the runners up of the other league for the 3rd/4th position. Unfortunately we lost by one point as a very controversial run out was given against us. Everyone had great fun despite the very cold weather.
Eight children from Class 3 represented Shenington at the Warriner Partnership School’s Mini-Red Tennis Tournament at Banbury West End. The four boys and four girls showed off their skills, including some nifty backhands, competing in a Round-Robin competition against four other local schools. It was a fantastic afternoon of tennis, with each of our players winning at least one of their matches, and more importantly, showing our school values by demonstrating great sportsmanship. Even better – we won overall! It’s fair to say Miss Spiers and Mrs Musekiwa were very proud of the children’s achievement!
Class 3 represented the school in the Oxfordshire Year 3/4 School Games Football Finals at Abingdon. Spirits were high throughout and despite very tough opposition in muddy and wet conditions, Shenington won 1 game in the tournament finishing in a very respectable 5th place. The team were praised for their hard work, comradery and teamwork throughout the tournament.
Three children represented the school at the Oxfordshire School Games Cross Country Finals at Abingdon. Despite the weather pouring down with rain throughout the whole event they all managed to keep their spirits up.
Two children participated in the Year 3/4 girls event and out of 140 girls across the county one finished in 1st place and the other in 11th place. What a tremendous performance to finish in gold medal position! Congratulations to them both ... a big well done!
One child took part in the Year 5/6 boys race. Racing against a large amount of competitors he managed to beat his County Finals personal best of 7th last year to finish his primary school cross country racing career in a fantastic 2nd place. Well done!
With the weather being so extreme all three children were praised for their resilience and determination throughout the event.
We joined several other primary schools to take part in the Warriner Multi-Skills Festival. We sent 12 children, all of whom had an enjoyable time taking part in the numerous activities provided.
We sent 7 players to take part in the Warriner Family Dodgeball event. We played against 6 other teams and won the majority of our games. A great day was had by all.
We sent two teams to Bloxham Independent School to compete in the Warriner Family In2 Hockey. Our A Team came 4th having won 3, drawn 1 and lost 2 games. Our B Team played really well and showed great team spirit.
We competed in the Small School Netball Finals against Sibford, Bishop Carpeneter and Sibford Gower schools. The teams were made up of 5 players, with only 2 boys allowed. Although we did not win, we all had an amazing time, showing great team spirit and enthusiasm.
Some children competed in the NOSSP Primary Cross Country Finals in which a number of schools took part. Everyone who took part showed tremendous effort. We had children finish in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 6th and 8th place. Our children in the top three places will be competing in the Oxfordshire Cross Country Finals in April 2019.
Well done to all of Key Stage 2 for participating in the Warriner Family Cross Country Competition. All of the children tried hard. Special congratulations to those children who finished 1st and 2nd in the Year 3 & 4 Girls race, 2nd in the Year 5 & 6 Boys race and 10th in the Year 3 & 4 Boys race. All 4 of children qualified for the NOSSP Cross Country Finals, to be held in December 2018.
Two of our children qualified for the NOSSP Cross Country Finals, to be held in December 2018.
Having not lost a game and drawing only two, we finished in a very respectable second place and have qualified to go into the Oxfordshire School Games Football Finals in April 2019.
We played well but missed a place in the semi-finals.
This week in PE, Class 4 have being working on developing their Tag Rugby skills to prepare them for the upcoming Tag Rugby Festival. Class 3 have been working on their Football skills to prepare them for the upcoming Football Festival. On Friday's, Cross Country Club is being held at lunchtime where everyone is invited to train for the upcoming Cross Country event.
The children will have again have the opportunity to join in with Cross Country during Friday lunch time. It is hoped that this club has greater support than in previous years.