PE AND SCHOOL SPORT
Friday 21st April – Infant Athletics @ St Josephs School. 12.30pm – 3pm (Both Schools)
Friday 28th April – Reading FC Multisports trip. 10am – 2.30pm (Both Schools)
Friday 28th April – SSSN Cycling Event @ Marish. 11am – 3pm (Both Schools)
Tuesday 2nd May – Orienteering Competition @ Langley Grammar. 1.30pm – 3.30pm. (Both Schools)
Thursday 4th May – Mini Tennis Competition @ Salt Hill Park. 12pm – 4pm. (Both Schools)
Friday 19th May – Monday 22nd May – PGL (Both Schools)
Tuesday 23rd May – Year 5&6 Quad kids Athletics. (Both Schools)
Thursday 25th May – Year 3&4 Cricket Skills Day. (Both Schools)
Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th June – Marish Wizards Tournament @ Marish. All day. (Both Schools)
Wednesday 21st June – Year 3&4 Mixed Kwik Cricket. (Both Schools)
Tuesday 27th June – Infant Tennis. (Both Schools)
Thursday 29th June – Year 5&6 Mini Tennis. (Both Schools)
Wednesday 5th July – Year 5&6 Softball. (Both Schools)
Wednesday 12th July – Year 5&6 Basketball. (Both Schools)
Here at Willow, A selected group of Year 5&6 Children have attended Spokes Cycling Instruction Course.
On this course Spokes help to teach children how to ride safely on the road in line with the Nationals Standards (Bikeability).
A massive well done to these pupils who pedaled their way to achieve the Level 2 Bikeability Cycling award.
On Thursday 1st December Marish and Willow participated in their first ever Wycombe Wanderers EFL Cup Competition.
Marish Academy Trust entered four mixed Year 5&6 teams for this tournament, two teams from Willow and two teams from Marish. With 14 teams in the event and only two teams from each group progressing to the semi final and the eventual winners earning the opportunity to play at Wembly Stadium. Marish and Willow faced a variety of tough opposition. All teams registered points on the board, with Marish A team so close to progression after coming 3rd in Group A after two wins, 1 draw and 2 loses. A Massive well done to all that participated. The children involved received 2 free tickets each to a Wycombe Wanderers FC home match at Adams Park.
PE lessons Autumn Term 2016
Reception, Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3 have been focusing on a range of fundamental skills this term.
Autumn Term 1 – Movement Patterns and One Leg Balance
Autumn Term 2 – Dynamic Balance to agility and Static Balance
Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 have been focusing on improving their skills in a range of sports.
Autumn Term 1 – Tennis (Forehand, Backhand and Serve)
Autumn Term 2 – Athletics (Running, Jumping and Throwing)
Friday 18th November 2016
The children enjoyed a day at Herschel Grammar, where they participated in events such as Javelin, Chest Push, Long Jump, Relay Races, Vertical Jump and Triple Jump.
Tag Rugby Festival Wednesday 16th November 2016
Marish 3 v 4 Holy Family
Willow 2 v 5 Holy Family
Marish 6 v 2 Willow
Parlaunt Park 7 v 0 Willow
Thursday 10th November 2016
Willow’s first game this year didn’t quite go to plan as a very strong Parlaunt Park team played very well and after a difficult first half the boys from Willow showed great fighting spirit to make a game of it in the second half.
Year 5 & 6 Girls Football Tournament Pictures – Friday 30th September
Well done to all the girls that took part in the SSSN girls football tournament. We had over 180 girls take part from 18 different schools.
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County Champions at the Berkshire School Games for New Age Kurling
Berkshire School Games 2016
Tri-Golf Competition June 2016
Gold Schools Kitemark
There were only 3 schools to receive this award in Slough, Marish and Willow being two of them.
The School Games Mark is a Government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. Schools in England are able to assess themselves across bronze, silver and gold levels.
In order to gain the Gold Kitemark Award, schools must:
•Provide all pupils with two hours of physical education per week (within the curriculum only)
•Engage at least 50% of pupils in extracurricular sporting activity every week;
•Offer talented young sports people specific support to help them to develop their sporting potential
•Provide the opportunity for both boys and girls to take part in the appropriate level of competition
•Promote the Sainsbury’s School Games to parents and the local community
•Regularly feature match reports and competition results on the school website and in the local press
•Engage at least 20% of students in leading, managing and officiating in Sainsbury’s School Games activities
•Have a School Sport Organising Committee or Crew in place
•Utilise sports coaches to support school sport
•Train wider school staff to support school sport
•Have active links with at least six local sports clubs
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