Before half term, HW5 and KB5 met outside on the front field for a football tournament. We split ourselves into two groups – people that like football and people that don’t and then split those groups into HW5 and KB5. The winner was going to be the class with the most goals. There was quite a lot of different rules to normal football though… No goalkeepers, no corners, no free kicks, no penalties, just attacking and defending. Some matches were harder, ending about 2-1 but the scores went up as high as 7-0! In the end the winners were… HW5 and KB5 – it was a draw! Who will win the next tournament? HW5 or KB5 ?
[Written by Luke S – Digital Leader]
As part of the N’Ozzies (not Osmington) activity week, today saw the group head to Lee-on-the-Solent for a beach walk and visit to some local attractions along the coastline!
Highlights of the trip included ice creams from the Bluebird Cafe, mountains of scrumptious chips and a visit to the playpark! Mrs Steel was forced to sacrifice her chocolate chip cookie and her personal water supply to fuel this band of piratical pupils!
“It was really funny” (Grace B)
“Mrs Steel was grown up and sensible all day” (Mrs Steel)
“I got a HONEYCOMB ice cream!” (Sorcha P)
“Mrs Steel’s singing was atrocious” (Mrs Livingstone)
“It sounded like wailing more than singing” (Isabella C)
“Ummmm….. I liked sheltering under the beach hut!” (Grape B)
“We were all going nuts at the park!” (Joshua H)
In Year 5, during Games lessons, we have been playing football. We have been learning how to pass, dribble and shoot. We are playing lots of different games like “5 and in”. That’s where you have to keep your ball in the the square and the ghosts would have to kick it out! It was lots of fun and a great laugh 😉
Some children said it was the best games lesson they’ve ever done. We all in enjoyed it -even the girls! We are looking forward to next week’s lesson already!
[Written by Max E5 ~ Digital Leader]
In Year three we are learning about tag rugby.
Tag rugby is a game for two teams with tag belts!
In tag rugby the ball looks a little bit like a squashed football but its called a rugby ball. You have to be a fast runner to play rugby and you also need skill in throwing and catching the ball.
[Written By Dylan F ~ Digital Leader]
Today saw the ever-popular Sports Day here at Anne Dale, with both Junior and Infant schools taking part in sporting events and competing against their friends and classmates.
During the Junior School events in the afternoon, children competed in both track and ‘circus’ events, working on long jump, skipping races, long throwing competitions, shot putt, sprints and even the fabled egg and spoon race!
Children appeared to have a wonderful day, which was enjoyed by parents and family members alike… all part of an enjoyable and entertaining joint Federation event! – the Infants at the warm up was quite a spectacle!! 🙂
Thank you to all of those who attended, leave a comment below to tell us what you think,
[Written by Mr Thorns] ~ [Images by Mrs Groves & Mrs Robinson!]
This term Year 3 are practicing their rugby with a sports coach in preparation for the Rugby World cup, which we hope to win!
Despite the cold weather we have managed to get outside and do some training! Have a look at the pictures below to see us in action!
[Written by Miss Knight]
As part of the school’s motto, ‘Striving for the Best in Everyone’, children across the school took part in yet another of our regular Challenge Afternoons. Those with particular aptitude in ICT were set the challenge of designing and playing a game on Sploder – an online game making website…
Here are some of our efforts… why not have a go, play them and leave a comment below!
Meadow E’s Game…
Stephen W’s Game…
Elyssia S’s Game…
Sophie G’s Game…
Leon E’s Game…
Austin P’s Game…
Joaquina A’s Game…
Rosie H’s Game…
(Written by Mr Thorns – ICT Manager)