Vale Virtual Quad Kids Competition
Congratulations to the Year 6 class who came in 7th place (out of 14 teams) in the Vale Virtual Quad Kids event. Their total score was 1031.
Vale Virtual Cross Country Results
Well done to our Year 6 class who entered results for the Vale Virtual Cross Country Competition. The individual results for the Vale are now in. The top 3 teams and the 3 top individuals (even if they are part of a winning team) will go through to the county virtual results.
Here are some of the top results for our children from the Vale event:
Y5/6 Boys (results given up to 147th Place)
14th Place= Tyler
18th Place= Oscar
24th Place= Elliot
32nd Place= Charlie
48th Place= Timmy
57th Place= Matthew
63rd Place= Noah
71st Place= Rocco
102nd place= Luis
112th Place= Isaac
123rd Place= Vishnu
134th Place= Will
Y5/6 Girls (results given up to 136th Place)
6th Place= Anna
36th Place= Phoebe P
37th Place= Clara
43rd Place= Sophia
75th Place= Mia
99th place= Orla
101st Place= Liv
116th Place= Phoebe C
118th Place= Caroline
125th Place= Eleanor
Y5/6 Boys Team (out of 32 teams)
3rd Place= Appleton A
11th Place= Appleton B
Y5/6 Girls Team (out of 28 teams)
7th Place= Appleton
The results are in for our first Interhouse Competition of the year which was Football Skills. Children in Years 1-6 completed the challenges to earn points for their House Team. Click here to see the results: football_skills_results.pdf
I am delighted to announce that Appleton CE Primary School have been awarded the Gold standard for our Healthy Schools rating for 2019-2020!
This takes into account the feedback from the Active Lives Survey that Y2,4 and 6 were chosen to do during lockdown and also the work that we do as a school on healthy eating, well-being and physical activity, so a big thank you to everyone who contributed and to Miss Leggett for leading on this key area.
Drum roll please.....we have the announcement for the winning House Team for the Appleton Sports Shield for 2019/2020. We have added up the points from all of our Interhouse Competitions throughout the year and the winners are...St Giles Green Team!
As we were unable to take part in our annual Sports Evening this year due to Lockdown, we continued with our physical activity at home. We took part in National School Sports Week where there were lots of different challenges to try which were organised by the Youth Sport Trust and Sky Sports. Children and families across the country took part and it was great to see so many of our school community getting involved. Well done to each and every one of you for showing excellent commitment to being physically active and supporting our work as an Active School. Take a look at some of the photos from the challenges:
Today we took part in some sports races on our running track. It was great to have a try at some of the races that we would usually have done at our annual Sports Evening. Thank you to Lyla who was our class photographer for these events.
Our National School Sports Week Challenge for today was Fast Feet. We had to dribble a ball around a cone as many times as we could in 60 seconds. Take a look at how we got on:
Today Pod 1a had a go at the Swipe and Swap Challenge from National School Sport Week. We had to move objects from one cone to the other just by using our feet. We thought that this challenge was lots of fun!
Today we took part in the Cool Catcher and the Race Across the River challenges. Take a look at how we got on.
On Thursday 5th March girls from Year 5 and 6 took part in the Vale Football Tournament at Chandlings Prep School. Despite the cold and very wet conditions the girls played brilliantly in all four of their matches, showing great determination and team spirit. A big well done to all the girls who took part!
Match report to follow.
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