Y5

Y5 and Y6 Quicksticks Hockey Tournament

A report by Jack and Will

Recently, we have been practising very hard for the Harrogate School Sports Partnership Quicksticks competition.  It was very challenging because many of the schools had players who played for Harrogate Hockey Club.  It was very cold and windy but our teams fought through it.  The matches were close and we were unlucky not to get through. 

Our team scored some amazing goals and some unfortunate disallowed goals.  The match scores were: 6 - 3, we lost; 0-0, we drew; 4 - 1, we lost; 5 - 0, we won. 

The teams we played against were respectful and kind, we owe them a big thanks.  We also owe massive thanks to the teachers who trained and helped us throughout the competition: Thank you Mrs Coates and Mr Thompson.

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The children performed with grace and poise and with smiles throughout the event.  They have been great ambassadors for the school as well as working together as an amazing team. It was a pleasure to take them to the old High School today, perhaps for our last competition there before the move to the new Harrogate High School.

Special thanks to our Y5/6 team who helped support the younger pupils.  

Mrs Coates

Report from our pupils to follow.

Year 5/6 Mixed Football Tournament

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Y5 /Y6 Football Tournament by Eva and Josh Last Monday 18 children from Y5 and Y6 played at a football tournament at Harrogate High School. Each team came second in their pool, then Y5 and Y6 played each other for third and fourth places. Two children were chosen for special sporting values: George won a wrist band for displaying the value of passion and Lila for displaying the value of respect. We are very proud of the children and look forward to future sporting success!

Year 5/6 Mixed Football Tournament

Y5 /Y6 Football Tournament by Eva and Josh

Last Monday 18 children from Y5 and Y6 played at a football tournament at Harrogate High School. Each team came second in their pool, then Y5 and Y6 played each other for third and fourth places. Two children were chosen for special sporting values: George won a wrist band for displaying the value of passion and Lila for displaying the value of respect. We are very proud of the children and look forward to future sporting success!