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Physical Education

Key Stage 2

School Games

This year we have a full programme of sporting activity including intra-school competitions, tournaments with our family of schools and a whole school dance week.                                                                                                                                              We have a focus on getting some of our less active children engaged in activities. ‘First Touch’ sports coaches ensure that every class has a lunchtime sports activity every week and we are training playground leaders to run activities with the younger children in school.  Personal Challenge is another new element of our School Games – can our children challenge themselves to improve in a skill of activity?

School Games Day

Next date in our diary – Friday 13th July is School Games Day. Make sure your kit is in school for a range of sporting activities.

Play Leaders

Thank you to our Play Leaders who have  been leading activities with the younger children this year. They are now training our year 5 volunteers, who will take on the role in the new school year.

‘First Touch’ Assembly

Thank you to George for attending our school assembly – and well done to those children who have received awards from your coaching sessions. Both football and circuit training have been well supported this year. Details of next term’s club activities will be available shortly.

Dance Week

Both children and teachers learnt lots this week during our dance week. All classes had sessions with our visiting professional and it was great to see everyone’s performances at the end of the week. In assemblies we were treated from some great routines from our children who learn dance – details of dance clubs can be found in school – or do ask our sports ambassadors. We even had ‘flashmobs’ on the playground!


Sports Day

Perfect weather for this year’s Sports Day and lots of parents in attendance to watch all our children take part in athletics events of running, jumping and throwing. The final relay race was really exciting and showed how fast some of the runners (in every year group) in our school are.

Badgers won the Relay and also were the winners of the overall competition. Well done Badgers!

Intra School Tournament -Spring Term

Hockey was the choice of the School Games team for the spring term. A lively tournament took place on the upper playground – organised by Mr Willcox and his team of helpers. Hares were the final winners – their second tournament win this year!



Tournament Reports Autumn 2017

Football Reports

St Anthony’s vs Field Junior Team 1

St Anthony’s kicked off first. The game started pretty calmly but Watford Fields snatched the ball and ran up to the goal. Matthew took a shot but it went over the crossbar. Unlucky! Their goal kick went to the winger who crossed it into the box and it was blocked for a corner. The corner was whipped in but wasn’t dealt with effectively. The ball rebounded into Field’s goal. The end of the first half ended. The score was 1-0 to St Anthony’s.

Start of the second half and kick off to Field. Neo and Oscar ran up the left hand side as Mathew ran into the box. The ball was clipped in as Matthew poked it home. Goal!! Smashed into the top corner of the goal. 1-1. St Anthony’s continued to advance at our goal but with strong defending, Field were able to defend well. Matthew latched onto a clearance from Ashton and scored again! 2-1 to Field. With 5 minutes left, Hassan received the ball and passed it forward to Matthew who scored his third goal. The ref blew his whistle and the game ended with a huge turnover 3-1 to Field.


St Anthony’s vs Field Junior Team 2


As St Anthony’s kicked off, Watford Fields had already started to run down the line after quickly winning possession. Freddie pulled it back to Fayyad who poked it in. GOAL!!!!! Field dominated possession after play restarted, pinning St Anthony’s back. Tom chased on to a loose ball which was booted up the field by Kevin and pulled it back to Lennon who made space onto his left foot for the shot. GOAL!!!! As the first half drew to a close, Billy booted the ball and the half ended.

Watford Fields kicked off and Freddie dribbled down the line. He passed to Lennon who shoots but it hit the side netting – for a moment everyone thought it went in but it hadn’t. Since St Anthony’s were stuck in their half Freddie stole the ball and scored. St Anthony’s punt the ball up the field but Billy sends it back and Tom dances around 4 defenders and beats the goalkeeper with an unstoppable shot which nestles into the bottom corner!!!!! As St Anthony’s dribble to the half way line, they were tackled by Harry and the game finishes. Final score 4-0 to Field.

Hockey tournament review,

by Hannah, Ivy and Addiena

On the 21st of November 2017, 18 lucky children from year six, were selected to travel to Queens school to play in a tournament of hockey, playing against several different schools. We were divided into 3 groups of six for our matches.


The first game that group one played was against The Grove, the first two subs were Ivy and Ashton and they wouldn’t go on until half-time. Each half was four minutes and the game was eight minutes long. We sadly lost the game to the Grove, the score was 1-3 to the Grove even though they used the back of the stick, which should have been called a foul.

The next game was against Bournehall; we won 4-1! Yeah go Field! All was going so well until we played against Bushey Manor. After a tight game, we drew with them and sadly did not get through to the semi final but we still had an amazing time .


Then group 2 games came along. Their first game was against Nascot Wood. Sadly our team did not win – the score was 1-0 to them . Their second game was against Knutsford the score was 3- 1 to us it was a victorious win to Field.


Finally, group three played their games. They played against two teams and although they lost their first one they defeated their second team by a big margin, 6-0!.

This is a big thank you to Miss Marshall and Mr Willcox. This wouldn’t be possible without them.

Cross Country  Autumn 2017