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Sporting and Other Enrichment Events


We are a very active school! 

Over the course of the year, our children have the opportunity to practice and train for a number of different sports with our PE team.

We regularly hold in-school tournaments where children compete against one another, and we also attend other local sports tournaments / festivals with other schools throughout the year. 

These include mixed soccer, tag rugby, sports hall athletics, cross country races, Tri-golf, Quickstix hockey, Kwik cricket, tennis, archery, basketball, and quad kids (mixed athletics). 

We also hold an annual School Games Day, as well as our traditional school sports day where children get the chance to participate both as part of a team and also individually. 

We also host a number of after-school sports clubs including table tennis, gymnastics, basketball and soccer. 

Our active lunchtimes include organised playground games, and also the chance to take part in different personal sporting challenges from time to time.

Cross Country races at E.W.S.

On a very windy but thankfully dry day, 32 children from years 3-6 participated in cross-country races at E.W.S. against seven other local schools. All the children had been training at lunchtimes, in their P.E. lessons, or with their local sports teams and clubs outside of school, all of which helps to build the stamina required to run for 1.2km (years 3 and 4) and 1.8km (years 5 and 6). 

Once again, the cheering and encouragement from all children to their friends was great to see. 

The team results were calculated by using the positions of the three fastest runners from each team, as follows: 

Year 3 & 4 girls race - 3rd

Year 3 & 4 boys race - 2nd 

Year 5 & 6 girls race - 1st 

Year 5 & 6 boys race - 3rd. 

In addition to the fantastic team results, there were also some exceptional individual performances.....

In the Year 3 & 4 girls race, Lyra finished 3rd. 

In the Year 3 & 4 boys race, Jack finished 2nd and Ruben finished 5th. 

In the Year 5 & 6 girls race, Tru finished 1st, Victoria 4th and Eve 5th.

In the Year 5 & 6 boys race, Thomas finished 2nd and Jack finished 4th. 

Well done to everyone in the team. 

Lunchtime cross-country training

Children in years 3, 4, 5 and 5 are invited to take part in our cross-country training on Friday lunchtimes, to prepare for our next race which is at Woodford Halse school on Wednesday 13th of March. Please ensure that children have outdoor PE kit and trainers (or ideally, football boots) to take part in this, as our field can get a little muddy at this time of year!

Challenge of the Month

Over 35 children took part in our most recent monthly lunchtime challenge. This month's theme was tennis, with children hitting the ball against a wall as many times as possible, with only 1 bounce allowed between shots. It was great to see so many children beating their own personal best score as the month went on. 

Tag Rugby Festival


Year 5 and 6 Archery

Children in years 5 and 6 enjoyed an archery taster session recently as part of their P.E.

After learning about safety and the different equipment, it was time to practice their shooting skills before splitting into teams and shooting against their friends in different target competitions.  

Year 3 and 4 football 

Children in years 3 and 4 enjoyed an afternoon football tournament on our school field.

After the warm-up, the children split into six teams and played each other once in a mini-league before waiting for the results to be announced. After the points were added up, Team 6 were our winners this time.

It was lovely see the sportsmanship and respect shown to opposition teams and friends, well done to everyone who took part!