Well the end has come…
It’s the end of term and everyone in school has bid a fond fare well to all the year 6’s and Mr Wrenn. We all hope everything works out for you all in the future.
The juniors have enjoyed football on the field all week this week, with year 6’s playing against the year 5’s. most of the games ended in a draw but Tuesday saw the year 6’s triumph in a 4-1 win, Chris scoring a couple of ‘poacher’ goals. Mrs Bennett will be very pleased to hear that most of the children that did'nt get involved in the lunch time sports games were playing the hand clapping, rhyming games Mary Mac and Doubl Double This That. It was nice to see everyone having fun in their own way differant ways.
In the infants we finished the year off in true sports style. Football was played this week, with everyone who joined in having so much fun. The last game of the week and also the school year was a delight to watch and referee. There was goal line clearances and top saves. The game flowed brilliantly with virtually no need to be stopped at all. The game ended with a 1-0 win to Alan’s team, but everyone who played tried their very best for the entire game.
The Junior Sports Person of the Year goes to Isaac. What can be said about this young man. He’s a great goal keeper and all round good footballer. He is always eager to get involved and play any sports or games, he always plays by the rules and encourages others to do the same and he always has a smile on his face. A true role model for the younger children in school, Isaac will go on to great things I’m sure.
The Infant Sports Person of the Year was a little trickier to decide. Everyone that joins in at lunch time sports could have won this, but this year it goes to Max and Cian. These two have been on top form every day, every week. They always play the right way and are very good all round sports people. Even when new games have been introduced they have just tried their best and enjoyed themselves.
it was a pleasure to be able to award the Pool House Official of the Year award to Liam. Liam has taken on the responsibility of referee, official and organiser with great enthusiasm and professionalism. He loved the role he was doing and gained great respect from his peers for what he was doing. Liam seemed to really enjoy his role and I hope he uses some of the skills he’s learnt in whatever he does in the future.
It’s been an absolute pleasure to work with all the children who have joined in with lunch time sports and I look forward to continuing to bring sports, fun and games to next terms lunch times.
I hope everyone has a fantastic summer holiday and I will see you all in September,