Sport

Cross Country

The cross country 2019 season is underway and the All Saints' team took part in their first race on Saturday 21st September at Southam College. It was a beautiful sunny morning and all the children ran brilliantly. They should be very proud of themselves. A special well done to Louis who came 2nd! Keep it up!

2018-2019

Quad Kids

On Tuesday 18th June, all of 4SC attended the annual QuadKids Athletics Tournament at Kingsley Sports Ground in Leamington. Here, they competed in a range of athletics events including: a sprint, the 400metres, standing long jump and the javelin. They also had a go at a ‘tug-of-war’ and a relay event. Thankfully, the rain just about held off and all the children had a fantastic afternoon of sports!

 

Netball Tournament

On Monday 17th June, 9 children from Year 6 attended a 7-a-side netball tournament at Kings High in Warwick. The aim of this tournament was to introduce the girls to the 7-a-side game, playing with and against other schools in the local area, in preparation for moving up into Secondary School. During the afternoon, the girls were also put through some netball drills and skills. It was a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon and the girls all loved it!

‘Mini-Red’ Tennis Tournament

On Thursday 20th June, 16 children: 8 from Year 4 and 8 from Year 5, attended the annual ‘Mini-Red’ Tennis Tournament held at Leamington Tennis Club. All the children played 4 matches on a ‘first to 5’ basis, playing against children from other schools in the local area. It was a great afternoon where all children got to refine their tennis skills on proper courts (albeit smaller than typical tennis courts!) and there was much success all round!

Regional Cross Country Qualifier

On Saturday 2nd March, the cross country team, including year 5 and 6, took part in the Regional Cross Country Qualifier race at Moreton Morrel College. The children had to run 2km in a very muddy field which also had quite a few inclines. The team did brilliantly and should all be very proud of themselves, especially when over 140 girls and boys ran each race. Well done!

Cross Country

On Saturday 10th November was the 3rd race of the cross country league at Priors Field School in Kenilworth. It was extremely muddy and they got very wet running through a stream! The children ran brilliantly and should again be very proud of themselves!  Well done All Saints! Keep it up!

Boccia and Archery Festival

On Tuesday 13th November, 12 children from Years 3 to 6 took part in a Boccia and Archery Competition held at Campion School against children from other schools. They had the morning to practise both these skills before competing in a competition in the afternoon. We came 3rd in the Archery and one team in the Boccia came 1st! Overall, it was a great day participating in sports that are a bit more unusual!

Cross Country

Our 2nd cross country league race was at Hatton Country World.  This time it was for year 5 and 6 children. They all did amazingly well especially as it was the first race for some of them. Well done to Louis, Ned and Andrew who came 3rd, 16th and 17th out of 130 boys.  Keep it up!!

School Games Gold Mark Award 2017-2018
Netball Competition

On Monday 18th June, 10 girls from Year 6 attended a netball tournament hosted at Kings High. This tournament was designed to introduce the girls to the rules of 7-a-side netball, in preparation for their transition into secondary school. All 10 girls did themselves proud, playing fantasically, encourgaing each other and playing really well as a team. We played 3 matches where we drew one and won the other 2 before going into next round, where we were in the final. With great determination, the girls pulled together one final time and played magnificiently, winning the match 2-1 and therefore coming in first place in the whole tournament...such an amazing achievementt! Well done!
Tennis Competition

On Thursday 14th June, 4 children from Year 4, Sara, Sam, Keon and Arabella, represented All Saints in the mini-red tennis competition hosted at Leamington Tennis Club. Here, they played many matches against children from otherschools in the local area, thoroughly enjoying themselves and coming in a very respectable 3rd place...a fantastic achievement! Well done!
Aylesford Athletics

On Tuesday 5th June, selected children from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 attended an Athletics Competition, hosted at Aylesford School, to compete against children from local schools in track and field. All children did themselves proud, with many coming first, second or third in their competitions. All children showed good sportsmanship in their behaviour and were a credit to All Saints.

A special mention to the Girls Year 4 relay squad and to William in the Year 3 Long-Jump, who came in first place. They will be going to Edmondscote on Wednesday 27th June to compete at the Central Warwickshire Primary School Athletics Competition...well done!
Quad Kids
On Thursday 10th May, 30 children from Year 4 attended the Quadkids Athletics Competition at Kingsley Sports Field, competing against many other local schools. Here, the children participated in running, throwing and jumping. The sun shone and it was a great afternoon of sport where the children pushed themselves to achieve. Here are the results...

Telford  1544
St Augustines  1533
Newburgh  1519
St Nicholas  1490
Park Hill  1468
Brookhurst 1  1451
St Lawrence  1443
Milverton  1421
Cubbington  1415
Brookhurst 2
 1401
 All Saints Junior Warwick  1384
 Bishops Itchington  1345
 Woodloes  1304
 Shrubland Street  1249
 Clapham Terrace  1235
 Kingsley/St Peters  1229
 All Saints Leek Wootton  1220
Cross Country

On Tuesday 27th March, 8 girls from Year 5 represented All Saints' Junior in the U10 and U11 cross country event hosted at Warwick School. The girls ran as a team in a relay against other teams from the local area. They all thoroughly enjoyed themselves and were great ambassadors for our school. A special mention must go to Millie who ran 2 of the 4 laps...a fantastic achievement and great team work!
Gymnastics

During the past six weeks, Mr Partridge has been teaching year 6 a unit of gymnastics. The children created and performed a short routine in pairs and groups and used a variety of techniques such as: cannon, mirroring and unison. In the final piece the children were also given the option to add a prop if they wanted.

They all amazed us with their creativity, teamwork and sheer perseverance.
Dodgeball Competition

8 children from Year 4 represented All Saints’ Junior in the Dodgeball Competition, hosted at North Leamington School on Wednesday 7th February. They competed against many other teams from different schools from around the area, working fantastically as a team. We had many matches throughout the afternoon and all children played well and really enjoyed themselves.
Athletics at Myton School

On Monday 20th November, 30 Year 6 children represented All Saints' Junior at an indoor athletics event at Myton School. Children were able take part in different events like: 1 lap relay, obstacle relay and standing long jump. All Saints' Junior came 5th out of 8 other primary schools.
All Saints' Cross Country Team

Our final race this year was at Priory Park, all the children have raced really well and made such improvement, with Oscar finishing 7th and Marielle 10th. Well done everyone!
We ran our 3rd league race at Priors Field School in Kenilworth. The ground was very muddy and slippery. The children loved running through the ford and getting wet at the end. It was another superb performance from the whole team.
Our 2nd League race was at Hatton Country World . The children did amazingly well in a much larger field of children.  Well done to Oscar and Marielle who achieved 18th and 15th out of 130 boys and girls.
The cross country season is underway and the All Saints' team took part in their first race at Southam. They all ran brilliantly and should be very proud of themselves.
Sports Day

Wednesday 5th July was All Saints' Annual Sports Day. It was a glorious day all round, with children involved in a wide variety of activities. In the morning, they took part in 'Round Robin' which involved the children competing in obstacle races, dribbling footballs and hockey balls around cones, jumping and throwing as far as they could and generally having a great time!
The afternoon saw the more traditional sports day races with all children competing in the sprinting, egg and spoon and obstacle relay. The sun was out, making the shared picnic at lunch that much nicer, with parents enjoying time with their children out on the field.
Tag Rugby Champions

On Friday 23rd June, a team from All Saints’ attended a Tag Rugby Tournament at Leamington Rugby Club. The children competed against many schools from Warwickshire and played really well, winning their first match convincingly. As with last year, the winner was not decided upon how many matches a team had won but was more about the conduct of the players both on and off the pitch. All players were exceptionally behaved and competed to the best of their ability at all times. They were a credit to the school and it was absolutely fantastic when it was announced that we were the champions once again! It was a truly great day of sport for all involved and the children should be very proud of their achievements.
Athletics Championships

All Saints’ pupils’ performed exceptionally well at the Edmonscote Athletics Championships on Thursday 29th June with Faith coming 1st and Esme 2nd in the throwing event and Tyler coming 2nd in the 800 metres. Well done to everyone who took part.
Kids Run Free!

On Thursday 29th June, 22 children, selected from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6, represented All Saints Junior in the Kids Run Free Festival of Running at Edmondscote Athletics track. To start with, they all competed in a race with other children from their year group, with Aaron from Year 4 coming in 3rd place in his race and Toby from Year 6 winning his! After that, all children from all year groups ran around the track, collecting lap bands as they went. Altogether, our team ran 80,000m! That's nearly 2 marathons in one morning! It was a great effort and a great morning of sport.
Tennis and athletics festival

On Tuesday 13th June, 14 children from years 3-6 attending the Tennis and Athletics Festival hosted at Campion School. Along with students from other schools in the local area, they competed in a variety of athletics events and were able to play tennis with each other. It was a great afternoon of sport, enabling the children to participate in these activities. They were brilliantly behaved and all received a certificate for their efforts.
Rounders Competition

On Friday 16th June, an enthusiastic team from years 5 and 6 competed in the Level 2 Rounders Competition at Bishops Tachbrook Primary School. Along with us, there were 8 other teams all competing for the top spot. We played 4 group matches (won 2, lost 2; one match by only half a rounder!) and then we found ourselves in a play off for 3rd and 4th place, losing that match again by only half a rounder to finish a worthy 4th place overall. The children played fantastically and showed great sportsmanship the entire afternoon. They were a credit to the school and should be very proud of themselves.
Quad Kids Competition

On Monday 12th June, 29 students from Year 4 took part in a QuadKids Athletics Competition at Edmondscote Athletics Track in Leamington Spa . They participated in 4 different sports: 400m run, long jump, javelin and a 50m sprint. They all thoroughly enjoyed themselves and even the weather behaved - for a change!

Kids Run Free Marathon

On Saturday 25th March, 11 children from All Saints’ Junior took part in the Kids Run Free Marathon Challenge at the Pump Room Gardens in Leamington Spa. Their aim was to run a marathon between them. This involved running around the entire perimeter of the gardens 8 times each. The children all had a great day, each receiving a medal and a certificate for taking part.