Sports Day 2017
We held our annual sports day on Tuesday 18th July 2017. The children from all year groups did an amazing job, they competed in a range of events from Javelin to the Egg and Spoon race. Well done to Mr Plews who was our acting goalkeeper in the penalty shoot out! Thank you to everyone who came along on the day, it was wonderful to see so many adults supporting the children. Well done to all of the preschool children for taking part in the toddler race! We had glorious weather which added to the success of the day.
Year 3 Tennis Final
Well done to the children in Year 3 who won the level 3 games tennis final on Friday 7th July 2017. The team have grown in confidence over the weeks and have done themselves and the school proud! A huge congratulations and good luck at the Challenge Cup Grand Final in Sunderland on the 14th July 2017.
National Curriculum Swimming
Well done to the children across Key Stage Two for taking part in swimming boaster. They have achieved their National Curriculum level for Water Skills. All of the children have impressed Miss Warnes with their positive and resilient attitude throughout the term.
Amazing effort from the Year 4 children who played in the cricket final held at the Spectrum, Willington on Wednesday 5th July 2017.
Inter Sport Festival
Children from Copeland Road and Oakley Cross took part in an inter sport festival on Tuesday 4th July 2017. The event was organised for the children in both reception classes and ran by our sports leaders from Class 6. The children in reception had a great afternoon completing the activities and the Class 6 leaders were excellent at guiding the younger children through the different events.
Year 3 Tennis Competition
Children from Year 3 attended the second round of the tennis competition on Friday 9th June 2017 at Bishop Barrington School. Well done to all of the children from Year 3 who represented the school brilliantly throughout the day and are now through to the final in July. The team have shown that hard work and excellent coaching from both Mrs Callan and Mr Plews really does pay off.
Quad Kids Athletics
Friday 26th May 2017 saw children from across key stage two competing in a variety events throughout the day at the Athletics Track in Shildon. The children have been working hard back in school ready for the competition and Mrs Callan and Mr Plews commented on how hard everyone had tried throughout the day. The children all represented the school brilliantly.
Level 3 Gymnastics Competition
A huge congratulations to the Year 5 children who competed at the level 3 gymnastics competition at Spennymoor Leisure Centre on the 24th March 2017. They came first in the event and each received a gold medal! The medals were presented by the retired Commonwealth Games gold medalist Craig Heap. This was an excellent achievement for the team and Mrs Callan so well done!
Key Stage Two Gymnastics Competition
Well done to the children from Year’s 4 and 5 who represented the school at the Wear Valley Gymnastics Competition. The event was held at Bishop Barrington School on Thursday 9th March 2017, where the children had to perform a specific routine along side other schools from the area. Great news for the Year 5 children, they will go through to the Level 3 competition later this month.
Wear Valley Cross Country
Well done to the children from Year’s 3, 4, 5 and 6 who represented the school at the Wear Valley Cross Country event on Wednesday 1st March 2017 at Bishop Auckland College. It is a huge achievement for every child, as they were running with over 30 schools from the county. Mrs Callan and Mr Plews were impressed by everyone’s positive attitude.
The whole school took part in Hoop Starz, they really enjoyed it and had lots of fun!
The children took part in a Tri-Golf Festival at Bishop Auckland Golf Club. They were taught new skills and had a great morning trying something new.
The children in Class 3 recently used a maths lesson to get active. The children worked in teams, using their times table knowledge to complete a variety of tasks.
Key Stage Two – Orienteering (OAA) Event.
The whole of Key Stage 2 took part in an OAA event in the grounds of the school. The children were in teams and asked to use their OAA skills to find the questions and then use their times-table knowledge to answer questions in the quickest time.