Today , our KS2 children were joined at Paddington Rec by the Year 4 and 6 children from All Souls School for our annual KS2 school cross country competition. The children had a great day and demonstrated how all their efforts in the daily mile are paying off.
We saw a lot of determination and enthusiasm, alongside smiles and encouragement from all the children.
Some of the winners will go on to represent the school at the Westminster inter-school competition in October.
Thank you to All Souls, as well as all the parents who came along to help out and to support their children.
On Monday, we held our Sports Day at Paddington Recreation Ground. It was a swelteringly hot day, but despite that we managed to have a great time doing different activities. There was an egg and spoon race, long jump, sprinting and football dribbling amongst other things. We finished with an adults vs Year 6 relay race, which the children easily won! Well done, everyone, and thank you to Mr Pendlebury for organising it.
Today, we awarded children with certificates for their participation, and medals for the children who made the greatest effort and showed the best sportsmanship. We also announced that BLUE team had won this year. Congratulations!
Early Years had their Sports Day this morning. They did 5 different activities: relay, egg and spoon race, bike race, circle games with a football and a water relay. The children did brilliantly and had a fun time, too! They then delighted us with their pirate song and dance moves. Well done F1 and F2!
Yesterday, Year 2 went to Regent’s Park for a multi-skills day, where they tried out different sports. It was a lovely day for it!
Welcome back to school for the new term. Here is today’s newsletter with lots of key information for the coming term: April 20th 2018
We are also delighted to have achieved the Silver Level Games Mark this week for our excellent practice in PE!
On Wednesday, children from Year 5 went to the Little Venice Sports Centre for a Westminster-wide basketball competition. Their sportmanship was commented on as being outstanding, and they competed very well against more experienced and taller teams. Well done, Year 5!
On Tuesday 6th March, 10 children from Year 3 and 4 took part in the Westminster football competition at Paddington Rec. We won 2 games and lost 2 games. One of the children scored 4 goals, and three other children scored 1 each. Everyone played their best and represented the school extremely well!
Our weekly newsletter includes dates for the next half term: February 9th 2018
These children enjoyed hot chocolate with Miss Norman on Wednesday this week: