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Terrington St Clement Community School

A traditional school with traditional values

PE and Sports Events 2017 - 2018

Events and competitions results and information will appear on this page.

Area Sports Cluster Competition

On Friday 29th June children from years 3, 4, 5 and 6 took part in the area sports athletics competition competing against children from Walpole Cross Keys, Clenchwarton and West Lynn.

At the competition there were a selection of events available for the children to compete in. the events were hurdles, sprint, endurance run, vortex throw, tennis ball throw, shot put, standing long jump and relay.

At this event children competed for first place medals and the competition was brilliant.  There were some very close races and all of the children cheered on their team mates brilliantly.  At the end of the event we had managed to win 22 first places, out of a possible 52.  This is a terrific achievement for all those involved, including those who did not place first as they all tried their very best.

Well done athletes.

Quadkids Athletics – School Games Finals in Norwich

Following the success of the year 5 and 6 quadkids team at the West Norfolk Finals they competed in the School Games finals at the UEA Sportspark in Norwich.  They earned themselves this place as champions of West Norfolk, representing West Norfolk at the event.

There were eight teams in their age group in total and the format was the same as the qualifying competition where each athlete competed in four events and scored points for their team.  Again this was a very tough competition with the best teams from each Norfolk area competing.  There were some valiant efforts in the events made with a notable performance from Gethyn Hunter in the vortex throw.  He threw a massive 42 meters, which is an amazing achievement.

At the end of the event the scores were calculated and out team came third overall, earning themselves a bronze medal.  This is an amazing result meaning they are third in the county. The medals were presented by England Commonwealth athlete Iona Lake, who the children were very impressed to meet.

Well done team for your achievements!

Quadkids Athletics – Year 3 and 4

On a sunny and warm Thursday afternoon a team of ten athletes from year 3 and 4 competed in the Quadkids athletics event held at KES High School.  This year is the first time there has been a Quadkids event for schools. At this event the children compete as a team with each child competing in each of the four events; 75m sprint, 400m run, vortex throw and standing long jump.  There was also a boys and girls relay.

Every child then scores points depending on their finishing position and these points are added together to give a team total. The competition was incredibly close with our athletes trying their best in all of the events and cheering each other on.

At the end of the event we were placed second overall out of 6 schools.  The team were second by only 6 points so it shows how close the competition was.

In the team were:

James McDermid, Ethan Ward, Kobe Alexander, William Brammer, Ollie Thornally, Sophie Codrington, Charley Wheatley, Abigail Bransgrove, Daisy Stimpson and Alisha Greenwood.

Well done team for a fabulous effort!

Kwik Cricket School Games Final

On Friday 22nd June our years 5 and 6 girls cricket team competed in the School Games Finals for Kwik Cricket, a county level competition.  They had earned this place by coming second at the West Norfolk Finals.

There were 16 teams in total in the competition with these being split into four groups.  Each team then played three matches in their group pools.  Our team played well, particularly when batting and managed to win one game but lost the other two.  One of the losses was particularly close and they were unfortunate not to win it.

The afternoons games were made up of new groups depending on the finishing positions from the morning.  Three more games were played and again the girls won one and lost two.  At the end of the competition they finished 14th but it should be noted that this is 14th in the county.

Well done girls!!

The team consisted of:

Hannah Howes, Millie Eveson, Olivia Skittrell, Keely Ayres, Sophie Garrett, Jennifer Wood, Angel Funnell, Jemima Hicks.


Kwik Cricket - girls

On Monday 4th June eight girls from years 5 and 6 competed in the West Norfolk School Finals for Kwik Cricket.  There were eight teams involved in the competition coming from schools all over West Norfolk.

The competition was very tough with some very close and tense matches.  The team were runners up in their group and went on to play St. Martha’s in the semi-final. This was an incredibly tight match with there only being a few runs between the two teams at the end.  Our girls played brilliantly and managed to win this semi-final, booking themselves a place in the final against Dersingham.

The final was another closely contested game where the girls made a really good effort. Unfortunately they did not win the final but finished the day as proud runners up.  This performance has earned them a place at the School Games Finals in Norwich on June 22nd.

Well done girls!!

The team consisted of:

Hannah Howes, Millie Eveson, Olivia Skittrell, Keely Ayres, Sophie Garrett, Jennifer Wood, Angel Funnell, Jemima Hicks.

Kwik Cricket - boys

On Monday 21st May sixteen boys from years 5 and 6 competed in the cluster kwik cricket competition, taking on teams from Clenchwarton, West Lynn and Walpole Cross Keys. We fielded two teams, Hurricanes and Tornadoes.  Both teams played exceptionally well with some great bowling and some superb catches when fielding.  All of the boys tried their best and were great sportsmen on the day.

The teams were:

Hurricanes                                                                            Tornandoes                                                      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By the end of the academic year 2017, 83% of Y6 pupils could swim at least 25m. We aim to increase this year on year but also aim to improve our recording of swimming achievements so we can celebrate those pupils who have mastered a range of strokes including water safety.

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