Today our house captains attended an educational event organised by the charity Show Racism the Red card. The charity promotes the tacking of racism in society by engaging children with high profile sports like football.

This event was provided by Tigers Trust and supported by Hull City. Throughout the day, our Captains attended a number of workshops learning about racism and hate crimes. They also had a tour of the stadium and met City legend Dean Windass.

This was an excellent event and we hope that our House Captains can promote what they have learnt with the children of out school.

Charlie won himself some goodies for his hard work! 

Our captains meeting Deans after their press conference

Enjoying a tour of the stadium

 

Tigers Trust Seven a side Girl’s Football

This evening our girls football season got underway with the Tigers Trust girl’s seven a side competition.

This was the first time these girls had ever played with each other and they were excited to get on the pitch and give it a go! As this was the first outing for the team, our target was to improve a little each game.

Their first game was a narrow defeat to Neasden after a late towards the end of the game. Not a great start, but the girls remained positive and had several shots on target throughout the game.

Going into the second game against Spring Cottage A, the girl’s target was to score a goal, regardless of the finishing result. This second game saw some huge improvements and the girl’s not only got their goal but won the game 1-0 (thanks to some excellent defensive work from captain Emily L).

Going into the third game (Woodlands), the girls were really growing in confidence and played amazingly well. As well as organising in defence, Emily L attacked well, running the ball out of her own half a number of times and setting up Talitha D for several goals. The game eventually finished 5-0 to Christopher Pickering with Talitha scoring all 5 goals.

Going into their final game again Spring Cottage B, our girls were working brilliantly together and enjoying their football. The game finished 2-0 with a super goal coming from debutant Melody T. There was also some excellent midfield play from Leyla H. A special mention to keeper Tamzin who managed to concede only 1 goal all night!

These girls had a fantastic time and eventually finished second! Well done to all of the girls who attended and congratulations to Neasden for your well deserved win!

Thanks to Tigers Trust for organising and a huge well done girls!

Front: (L-R) C.L-S, Paris W.

Back: (L-R) Talitha D, Melody T, Emily L (c), Tamzin L, Leyla H.

Happy to receive their medals!

HAS Cross Country Championships!

As usual, our first half term finished with another fantastic cross country even courtesy of Hull Active Schools. This year sixty children got to represent their school in the boys and girls races after finishing high in the intra-house event with the top six boys and girls running in the A race.

On the day there were some fantastic results with Ella P finishing second in the girls Y56 B race and Brooklyn B repeating this in the Boys B race. In the Girls A race, Tamzin L and Aimee W finished in the top ten meaning they automatically qualify for the county finals.

The rest of the results will be compiled by the organisers over half term!

Well done children – you did the school proud once again!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Silver Medalists Brooklyn and Ella.

Boy’s A team: (L-R) Archie P, Kayden A, Alfie M, Charlie B, Lucas F & Vinnie H.

Girl’s A team: (Back L-R) Tamzin L, Brooke W, Hollie C & Aimee W.

(Front L-R) Indiana H & Emily L

Emily L wearing her poppy with pride during the race. 

A brilliant afternoon out! Well done children and thanks HAS.

 

Rugby League Grand Finals

Tonight our boys rugby team attended the Hull Active Schools tag rugby Grand Final. Five other team across the city were there to battle it out in a series of tough games. The competitions started well for the boys with a win over St. Richards. However, a defeat to Spring Cottage saw the boys places in a 3rd/4th play off game with Eastfield which the boys unfortunately lost.

This was still a fantastic effort from our children who can count themselves amongst the top five teams in the City! Well done to the overall winners, Ing Primary, who beat Spring Cottage in a thrilling final.

Full results to follow (and Go Pro Footage!)

(L-R): Archie P, Louis C, Rhys CW, William G, Alex A, Alfie P, Jack F & Djay P.

Fencing Taster Day!

To continue widening our children’s experience of sport, today Y45&6 had a good at fencing with a coach from FITfence.

The day started with an assembly to introduce the sport, some rules and equipment. Then, throughout the day, all six classes had a full session getting to grips with this exciting and incredibly fun sport!

 

HAS Boccia Championships

This afternoon saw the start of our inclusive sports season with the HAS Boccia Championships. Six children from Y56 represented the school in this fantastic Paralympic sport which requires high levels of skill, nerves of steel and tactical planning.

Our children did a fantastic job representing the school and one team even finished second! 

Silver Stars: (L-R) Steven R, Conner E & Adam T. 

Boccia Teams: (L-R) Adam T, Ada A, Harrison D, Steven R, Ebony E & Conner E. 

 

Intra-House Cross Country: Sullivan win!

This afternoon was our fifth annual intra-house cross country competition. Two races were ran with children representing their school houses (Sullivan, Morley, Wilberforce and Johnson). Children we given a ticket upon finishing with the lowest aggregate scoring house being the winner.

After a quick warm up, the girls race was underway. Talented Wilberforce runner, Tamzin L, took and early lead and was dominating the field in first half. However, Sullivan’s Brook W closed the gap with two corners left and eventually finished first. Fantastics efforts from Aimee W and Hollie C saw them finish not long after.

The boys race was also hotly contested. Brinley T took and early lead but could only hold this to the second corner when Archie P, Alfie M, Vinnie H and Lucas F started the real race and battled hard throughout. Eventually Archie broke free and couldn’t be caught despite best efforts from Alfie M.

After adding up the combined finishing positions of the boys and girls for each house, Sullivan  house were the eventual winners – well done!

A huge well done to EVERY child who managed to finish this year’s course. The first 32 boy and girls to finish will now represent CPPS at the Hull Active Schools Inter School Cross Country Championships on 26th October.

Sullivan House – this year’s winners!

Girl’s Race: 1st: Brooke W, 2nd: Tamzin L & 3rd: Aimee W

Winner of the boy’s race: Archie P

Boys win seven-a-side qualifiers!

Our sporting success continued this week when our boys football team cruised through their qualifying event in the Humberside seven aside championships. With new players in defence and goal, the boys put on a fantastic display of football and dominated the midfield throughout. The boys conceded no goals and scored 15.

They will now play in the next round with the aim of representing Hull in the county finals.

Well done boys.

(L-R): Kyle L, Lucas F, Kalo B, Oliver M, Vinnie H, Alfie M, Brooklyn B & Charlie B.

 

Full report form Hull Active Schools can be found here:

Christopher Pickering Progress!

 

2018-19 Sporting Season Starts well with Rugby League!

This week our new school sporting season got underway with the Hull Active Schools tag Rugby League qualifiers.

Our boys attended the Sirius West qualifying event and had a fantastic time! They impressed on their first outing by reaching the final but unfortunately lost to a talented Eastfield team. However, the boys still progress to the Grand Final in November.

Good luck in the next round boys!

(L-R): Djay P, Alfie P, Archie P, Louis C, Alex A, Jayden W, Rhys CW & Wiliam G. 

Sports Day 2018

Sports day results 2018.

1st Yellow/ Sullivan 444
2nd Blue/ 456
3rd Red/ Morley 468
4th Green/ 476
To view photographs of our sports day, click on the link below.