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Tonight our boys represented Hull along with Gillshill, Spring Cottage and Biggin in the Humberside seven a side county finals. This competition saw the four best teams from every county go head to head in an attempt to reach the national finals in a few months.
It was a tough night out for our boys. The first game finished with a 1-0 loss at the whistle, but a change of referee decision saw a stunning free kick goal from Alfie A allowed so the game finished 1-1. The boys lost their second game 2-0 which meant, barring a huge goal difference in the final games to be played, they couldn’t progress from the group stages.
The night ended on a positive with a 2-1 win and the boys should remember that they in the top four teams in Hull! Well done!
(L-R): Lucas F, Kyle L, Oliver M, Kalo B, Brooklyn B, Vinnie H, Alfie M (c), Charlie B.
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!
I have put up a song selection sheet in the staff room for staff members to choose their song for Friday’s house challenge.
Please could you have a look, then discuss with some of your staff house team mates before making a selection. Once a song has been chosen for a house, it cannot be used be another house.
If there is a song your house wants, but isn’t on the sheet, please let me know and we can write it on. I’m flexible.
Please can all songs be selected by Thursday 25th October.
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we have found a teeny, tiny door in one of the trees in our school grounds! Who could it belong to?
In the KS2 HUB we have our own breakfast club every Monday morning where we chat about our weekends and all of the good things that we have done.
This morning we had toast and juice – we spread the butter, cut the toast then washed up our own dishes!