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Class Newton Autumn Term 366

Sports Clubs offered at Chrishall

Football Club - Mondays (Yr 1-4)

Funky Feet - Mondays

Tennis - Tuesdays

Netball - Wednesdays

Football - Thursdays (Yr 5/6 Fixtures)

Running - Friday lunchtime

Hockey - Friday (Yr 5/6 Fixtures)

  • Fri 21st Jun

    Friday 21st June (Ray Mordini)

    KS2 Athletics event at Carver Barracks

    There were a total of 28 children that represented the school at the KS2 athletics at Carver Barracks. There were sprint, middle distance and relay races on the track as well as field events including: holwer, high jump, standing long jump and turbo javelin. There were lots of certificates for those that took part.

    Year 3/4 fininshed 4th whilst Year 5/6 finished 3rd. We came 4th overall.

    The children were fantastic and did the school proud.

    Girls relay team also beat the boys!!

  • Fri 3rd May

    Sports Leaders' Report: Chrishall girls v Chesterford girls (Sarah Stratton)

    On Thursday 2nd of May Newton girls played a football match against Great Chesterford. It was a lucky win for Chrishall, the score came at 4-0. Our goal keeper, Bethan, managed to save an uncountable amount of close goals. Also our defenders, Megan and Hetty, were able to move the ball up pasted the Centre of the football pitch. Then we have our mid-fielders, Darcey, Rachel and Rosie, who were passing the ball up the pitch for our attacker, Chloe. We all listened to each other and passed to each other and because of this we managed to score our first goal. We had high hopes for the second half and these were realised. Now we are hoping to develop our skills for the next season; we would also like to invite some year 4 boys and girls to training as they will be able to come next season.

    Reporters- Megan and Bethan

  • Tue 9th Apr

    Netball Tournament (Tracey Bratley)

    Last week, a team of year five and year six children were selected to play at a High Five netball tournament at SWCHS in Saffron Walden.  Wearing the school's new netball kit and jackets, they looked really smart and were proud to be representing the school.  Having arrived at the venue, the team had time for a quick bit of lunch, before playing their first three matches in the opening round.  As Manuden was also participating, it was great to be able to cheer each other on during matches.  With a few winning games behind them, the team grew in confidence and were able to really develop their netball skills throughout the tournament.  Well Done Chrishall, a wonderful afternoon and sporting performance!



  • Sat 30th Mar

    Football (Ray Mordini)

    The school football team has been playing in a league over the past half term and has shown fantastic improvement in their team play and skill level. Our most recent opponent, Newport Primary, forfeited their match so we held a training session followed by a valuable practice match.