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Sports Activity Reports

Development Day at Wodson Park

The children attended a Development day at Wodson Park and experienced activities that they wouldn’t usually have the opportunity to participate in: Ultimate Frisbee, Cheerleading, Archery and Orienteering.

The children spent sessions experiencing these different activities: inside and outside.

Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the practical activities: particularly enjoying the Frisbee.

Cheerleading as a group(1)

Matches against Hollybush


On Thursday 10th October St John’s football team played a match against Hollybush. Once we kicked off and we started pressing on them to win the ball. A couple of minutes after that, Ronnie got the ball and had a little dribble and somehow it went in. 1-0 to St Johns.  After that, Hollybush started to pass it round us and then George Wilson had one on one with the Hollybush striker and luckily for them they scored a goal over George’s head. 1-1. Half time. Once we kicked off and both teams were trying their best. Suddenly the Hollybush midfielder had a shot but before George was about to save it there was a lucky bounce and Hollybush went 2-1 up.  George Wood came on and then we kicked off. As soon as we kicked off George Wood got the ball and dribbled through the midfield and defence and then had a shot, but the keeper saved it, but Ronnie was running in and tapped it in. 2-2.

Our man of the match was Ronnie for amazing passing, dribbling and shooting.

By George Wilson and George Wood


On Thursday 10th October we played a competative netball match against Hollybush.  Hollybush got first centre pass we defended the ball well but they were a strong team and scored the first goal. We were defending and chasing the ball but their shooters were very good and had a strong defence which made the score 2-0 to them. Though we weren’t going to give up and finally got it past the first quarter which we were all happy about. Then they manged to sneak past us and scored another goal, though after that there were rebounds and scored another, 4-0.  By half time it was 7-0 to them. After a team talk and some encouragement, we came back and manged to get it to the post. Unfortunately we did not score. They continued to be a strong team but our defence and team work was stronger. They managed to score 4 more goals. This made it 11-0 to them. With seconds to spare, Poppy passed the ball to Honey and she managed to score a goal.  The final score was 11-1 to them, we all played really well!

Our player of the match is Poppy for fantastic interceptions and always working hard to find a space.

By Honey Hudson and Holly

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