Dodgeball ‘Spirit of the Games’ competition
On Tuesday 7th November, 8 children from year 5 took part in a Dodgeball ‘Spirit of the Games’ competition however, this competition was a little different to normal tournaments. This event was not about winning. The children had to judge each team they played against three school games values: Honesty, Respect and Teamwork, and give them 1, 3 or 5 marks depending how well they demonstrated these skills. All the children really enjoyed the morning and made the school proud by showing so many of these values. They came 3rd in the morning heat! Well done J
On Wednesday 25th October, 8 Year 6 children represented the school in a competitive Rowing competition at Campion school. They had to compete in individual events as well as a team relay which requires lots of communication, co-ordination and team work. They all had a wonderful time and represented All Saints’ brilliantly. Well done!
Rowing 4 U
On Tuesday 24th October, 4 Year 6 children represented the school in a Rowing competition at Campion school. They also had the opportunity to try some other sports such as: Boccia, Kurling and Bowls. They all had a fantastic time and enjoyed having a go at all the activities. They are on the reserve list for representing Central Warwick in the area finals!
Sports for Schools Athlete Event
On Monday 16th October 23, the whole of All Saints’, took part in a Sports for Schools fundraising event. Sports for Schools is a social enterprise that brings the country’s top athletes into schools to encourage children (and teachers!) to be more active. The athlete we were lucky to have in school was Joe Roebuck, a GB Olympic swimmer, ten times British Champion, double commonwealth medallist and London 2012 Olympic semi-finalist. He ran a fitness circuit with every class before leading an inspiring whole school assembly.
A BIG THANK YOU to everyone who helped with the fundraising. The school raised a MASSIVE £1690 for the school which will be put towards new PE equipment. We will let you know of these purchases when we have decided.
On Friday 6th October, 8 Year 5 children were selected to represent our school in a Hockey competition at Warwick School. Before they started the tournament the children went through different drills and activities to practice. The children then played a number of 6-minute games in a tournament against other schools. They played fantastically and represented our school brilliantly. Well done!
A massive WELL DONE to Louie, in year 6, for running the first marathon in the school as part of Marathon Kids. Fantastic achievement!
On Tuesday 21st March, 4 children, in Year 6, went to represent Central Warwickshire in the indoor Rowing Final for ‘Think Active Coventry and Warwickshire School Games’. They entered the final against 11 other schools. Sadly, they didn’t win the competition however they did get the recognition award out of the 12 schools for meeting the commonwealth games values for their amazing effort, team work and dedication! Amazing achievement! They should all be super proud! A BIG Thank You to Mrs Sembhi for taking them.
On Monday 20th March, 8 year 5’s went to Moreton Morrell College to compete in a basketball tournament. They had a super time and came second overall in the competition! Well done team!
On Monday 13th March, 30 year 5’s took part in some leadership training so they can become playground leaders. They did a fantastic job and showed how well they can work in teams. They were able to take games and adapt them to challenge or make things easier for the children involved. The children can’t wait to become play leaders for the school and I know they will do such a brilliant job!
Sportshall Athletics Feb 2023
A group of Year 6 athletes competed against 11 other local schools at the Ryton Connexion sports hall event. This included lots of different relays, throwing and jumping events. They all did their very best and were great at cheering each other on! Go Team All Saints!!
On Tuesday 4th February, 4 children, from year 5, took part in an Archery competition at Aylesford School. The children had a great time experiencing how to do archery and are now aspiring to be as good as Robin Hood!
On Wednesday 9th November, 8 children from year 5 took part in a Dodgeball ‘Spirit of the Games’ competition and they played against 7 different schools. However, this competition was a little different to normal tournaments. This event was not about winning. The children had to judge each team they played against three school games values: Honesty, Respect and Teamwork, and give them 1, 3 or 5 marks depending how well they demonstrated these skills. All the children really enjoyed the morning and made the school proud by showing so many of these values. Well done J
On Saturday 5th November, 14 children from year 5 & 6 took part in the first cross-country race of the year. The race took place at Priors Field in Kenilworth where the children had to run through lots of muddy fields and run through a brook. The children all did brilliantly; they got really wet and muddy and had a great time! You are all superstars!
On Tuesday 18th October, 12 year 5 girls took part in a Girls Football Skills Day at Campion School. During the session, they learnt lots of new skills and drills and enjoyed taking part in a match at the end. I think all the girls came away from this session enjoying football a lot more and had a lot more confidence. Well done girls!
On Wednesday 12th October, 4 Year 6 children represented the school in a Rowing competition at Campion school. They also had the opportunity to try some other sports such as: Boccia, Kurling and Bowls. They all had a fantastic time and enjoyed having a go at all the activities.
On Friday 30th September, 8 Year 5 children were selected to represent our school in a Hockey competition at Warwick School. The children played a number of 6-minute games in a tournament against other schools. They played fantastically and represented our school brilliant. Across 2 separate tournaments, and against roughly 17 other schools, the children came 3rd place!
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!
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!
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!
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!
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!!
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