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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 22nd Nov

    Dodgeball (Sarah Stratton)

    DODGE BALL Sports Leaders’ report y Year 6 and 5 leaders.

    On Wednesday 13th November 2019, Class Newton took part in a dodge ball tournament at JFAN and we were very successful. We had a lot of fun and luckily, the black team (Team A), managed to go through to the finals. We will play on Wednesday 20th November. We hope they will do well.

    On Wednesday 20th November, Team A, took part in the Dodgeball Tournament and played extremely well. Over all they came 10th out of 16 other competitive schools, with lots of schools tying for positions.

    The team  played well together and were organised and when we had to choose subs. They all took it in turns and were fair. They had lots of fun when playing, and we hope Class Newton will have another chance to play in a dodgeball tournament again before the Year 6s leave. Our star players were chosen because one was always willing to give up all her energy on court and the other was determined to try his best and give it his all to try a win. Class Newton can’t want for the next tournament.

  • Wed 9th Oct

    Boccia, Bouncing and Kurling (Mrs Hill) (Sarah Stratton)

    On Wednesday, 2 teams from Chrishall took part in the Uttlesford boccia and kurling tournament at Lord Butler leisure centre. Both games required precision and tactics. Each team performed brilliantly and we were delighted when the team from Class Lowry won a silver medal in boccia. The teams also enjoyed a fun breaktime having a go on the trampoline.
    Well done to everyone involved.

      

  • Wed 9th Oct

    Boccia, Bouncing and Kurling (Mrs Hill) (Sarah Stratton)

    On Wednesday, 2 teams from Chrishall took part in the Uttlesford boccia and kurling tournament at Lord Butler leisure centre. Both games required precision and tactics. Each team performed brilliantly and we were delighted when the team from Class Lowry won a silver medal in boccia. The teams also enjoyed a fun breaktime having a go on the trampoline.
    Well done to everyone involved.

      

  • Thu 3rd Oct
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    Football Festival (Sarah Stratton)

     

    In September, girls from class Newton were invtied to take part in the Girls Football Festival at JFAN as part of the Uttlesford Schools' Sports Partnership. The girls took part in skills and drills to build confidence on the ball and techniques to improve control and enjoyment.

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