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100% Attendance Autumn 2018

11 January 2019

Well done to all our wonderful children for achieving 100% attendance throughout the Autumn term.

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3 January 2019

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Y5/6 Girls Football 1st team away at Holy Family – Won 12-2 (10/12/18)

10 December 2018

In their final game before Christmas the girls made the long journey to West Leeds to play Holy Family. It was a different style of game as it was played on a more compact astro turf pitch, which meant less time on the ball and blocking shots as important as ever. The team got off to a great start early on when goals from Isla (3) and Hetty took the lead. The girls were able to play some great football and further goals from Mega, Lucy, Sukhmann, Emelia, Hajrah and Emily sealed a great win to end a brilliant term of sport!

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Y5 Dodgeball Tournament at John Smeaton Leisure Centre – Winners (29/11/18)

29 November 2018

The Y5 Dodgeball team competed in the Regional Dodgeball tournament this week. It was the first time we had entered a team, having done some training at school the team started brightly, winning their group and qualifying for the final. The final was very close, and although everyone played their part throughout the tournament, a special mention goes to Dan who, being our last player, was able to beat the four remaining players on the opposition with win the tournament and qualify for the City Finals next year! The team’s record finished with 9 wins, 1 draw and 0 losses!

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Y5/6 Girls Football 2nd team at home vs Immaculate Heart – Won 3-0 (26/11/18)

26 November 2018

The girls looked to build upon their excellent performances so far this half term as they hosted Immaculate Heart. A first half goal from Sofia gave Shadwell the lead, and some committed defending maintained the lead going into half time. The second half saw even better football. The girls’ enthusiasm was infectious and each player played their part. Toward the end Holly was able add two goals to the lead, giving Shadwell a 3-0 victory at full time.

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Y5/6 Boys Football 1st team at home vs Rothwell St Mary’s – Won 6-0 (22/11/18)

22 November 2018

The boys participated in the second round of the Leeds Cup this week as they hosted Rothwell St Mary’s. They were able to continue their great league form with some excellent passing and moving, combined with solid defending. As the game grew on the boys were able to pull away, winning 6-0 and qualifying for the third round of the cup!

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Y6 Sportshall Athletics at Allerton Grange (15/11/18)

15 November 2018

This week our whole Year 6 Class represented the school at the Regional Sportshall Athletics Competition. It was a very exciting event and all children were able to take part and compete, contributing to our team’s scores. It was brilliant to see all the children supporting each other and there was lots of great sportsmanship on show!

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Y5/6 Girls Football 2nd team vs Bramham – Lost 2-0 (14/11/18)

14 November 2018

The girls’ 2nd team continued their run of games as they hosted Bramham this week. Even though the scoreline didn’t go our way, the performance of the team was just as exemplary as Monday’s game and there were lots of positives to build on into next week.

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Y5/6 Girls Football 2nd team away at Whinmoor St Paul’s – Won 3-1 (12/11/18)

12 November 2018

The girls’ football 2nd team travelled to Whinmoor St Paul’s for a game this week. Having been working hard earlier on in the season, the team were looking forward to implementing this in their first away game. Starting positively, the team were full of energy and enthusiasm, and this paid off when they took the lead through goals from Poppy and Rakhi. Everyone was playing brilliantly and a third was added in the 2nd half. Despite conceding the girls’ heads never dropped and they were able to grab a much deserved first win of the season!

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Y5/6 Boys Football 2nd team vs Bramham – Lost 3-0 (7/11/18)

7 November 2018

The Boys’ 2nd team started the new half term by hosting Bramham on what was a slippery pitch in tricky conditions. Despite the weather to boys did their best to match Bramham throughout the first half and were unlucky to concede just before the break to a deflected effort. Even though we had chances of our own, we were unable to make them count in the second half and ultimately it was Bramham who were able to extend their lead, eventually winning 3-0. Still, the team deserved credit for battling away and persevering throughout the match.

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Y5/6 Boys Football at home vs Swarcliffe (5/11/18) – Won 4-0

5 November 2018

The boys got their half term off to a great start tonight as they hosted a Swarcliffe team playing their first game of the season. In what was a closely contested game throughout, it was really the boys passing and moving which ultimately proved the difference. They were able to make the most of the space on a big pitch and great finishing from Zak, Harry D and Max A sealed the result. Credit also to Swarcliffe, who also played well, especially for their first game. They showed excellent and very committed defending!

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Y5/6 Girls Football 1st team at home vs Woodlesford – Lost 4-1 (26/10/18)

26 October 2018

At the end of what has been a very busy week, as well as a busy half term, the girls 1st team hosted Woodlesford on the last day before the half term break. Despite their tired legs, the girls but in just as much energy as always, but Woodlesford are a very good team themselves, and were able to catch us on the break to make it 2-0 in the first half. Despite pulling a goal back ourselves in the second half, as well as hitting the woodwork and forcing their keeper into some great saves, it was Woodlesford who were able to extend their lead; eventually winning 4-1. Even though we lost, it’s been a brilliant start to the season, and the girls will always look to push themselves against other great teams in the city. There were lots of aspects we could take with us into the next time we face them.

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