Sporting Success

The Year 3/4 football team competed in the Doel Cup, organised by Saints South West today. They conceded only one goal throughout the tournament and won overall after winning 2-0 in the final.

In football, year 4 won their final league 5-1. With year 6 also winning their league, in a closely fought match. 
Congratulations to all the children who participated!

Henry has recently competed in a South-West tournament for gymnastics. We are incredibly proud to say that he received a gold medal for his tumbling – what an achievement! He will now proceed to the national competition in June – good luck, Henry!

Henry with his gold medal
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We had a great day at the Girls Active Project at Teign School.

40 girls from Key Stage 2 took part in a variety of different activities with the aim of making them smile and enjoy being active, as well as encouraging them to use teamwork, resilience and a little bit of competitiveness!

All the activities were led by an inspiring team of female sports leaders from Teign School who did a fantastic job of keeping the children motivated, cheered them on and encouraged them to try their best.

A super time was had by all!

“I enjoyed everything, particularly the climbing wall and musical statues. I felt really happy.” (Georgia, Year 3)

“I enjoyed the rock climbing because it was challenging. The dace was good because it got you active and I also liked the obstacle course. (Serena, Year 4)

“I liked the dance because you can stay active. I also enjoyed the rock wall because we played games on it.” (Millie, Year 5)

“I really enjoyed the climbing wall because you got to play noughts and crosses and have fun. I liked the dance because I liked the song and it was easy to learn. (Millie, Year 6)

 

Girls Active - Dance
Girls Active - Team Building

Amber has qualified her pony for the British Show jumping Just for schools final which takes place next month in Wales.

 
Over half term she also qualified her pony for the British Show jumping national championships which take place in August , this is a massive achievement that we and her family are extremely proud of.
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The Year 5/6 football team have recently taken part in the EFL Kids Cup run by Exeter City Football Club. In the first round, we came second in the group which took us through to the next round. The boys were unlucky in this round but played really well as a team and were presented with the team spirit award.
 
The highlight for the team was playing a friendly match at the end of the tournament with 2 Exeter City players Viljami Sinisalo and Vincent Harper.
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Sporting Success

The Year 3/4 football team competed in the Doel Cup, organised by Saints South West today. They conceded only one goal throughout the tournament and won overall after winning 2-0 in the final.

In football, year 4 won their final league 5-1. With year 6 also winning their league, in a closely fought match. 
Congratulations to all the children who participated!

Henry has recently competed in a South-West tournament for gymnastics. We are incredibly proud to say that he received a gold medal for his tumbling – what an achievement! He will now proceed to the national competition in June – good luck, Henry!

Henry with his gold medal
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We had a great day at the Girls Active Project at Teign School.

40 girls from Key Stage 2 took part in a variety of different activities with the aim of making them smile and enjoy being active, as well as encouraging them to use teamwork, resilience and a little bit of competitiveness!

All the activities were led by an inspiring team of female sports leaders from Teign School who did a fantastic job of keeping the children motivated, cheered them on and encouraged them to try their best.

A super time was had by all!

“I enjoyed everything, particularly the climbing wall and musical statues. I felt really happy.” (Georgia, Year 3)

“I enjoyed the rock climbing because it was challenging. The dace was good because it got you active and I also liked the obstacle course. (Serena, Year 4)

“I liked the dance because you can stay active. I also enjoyed the rock wall because we played games on it.” (Millie, Year 5)

“I really enjoyed the climbing wall because you got to play noughts and crosses and have fun. I liked the dance because I liked the song and it was easy to learn. (Millie, Year 6)

 

Girls Active - Dance
Girls Active - Team Building

Amber has qualified her pony for the British Show jumping Just for schools final which takes place next month in Wales.

 
Over half term she also qualified her pony for the British Show jumping national championships which take place in August , this is a massive achievement that we and her family are extremely proud of.
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The Year 5/6 football team have recently taken part in the EFL Kids Cup run by Exeter City Football Club. In the first round, we came second in the group which took us through to the next round. The boys were unlucky in this round but played really well as a team and were presented with the team spirit award.
 
The highlight for the team was playing a friendly match at the end of the tournament with 2 Exeter City players Viljami Sinisalo and Vincent Harper.
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