The girls’ football team were absolutely fantastic when they took part in QPR’s Girls’ Football competition last Friday in Shepherd’s Bush. They had been playing together in the week leading up to the competition but that didn’t stop their drive, determination, enthusiasm and respect for the game and the opposition. This was noted by a fellow teacher who was also attending the competition. She had enormous praise for our team and we are arranging some friendly (though it was very competitive) games against their school in the coming weeks: everyone is super excited!
We had a fantastic time representing Beavers at the Year 6 Sports Day today. We had 7 events in total and we loved every minute of it. We worked as a team, supported each other and tried our absolute best. Check out our pictures and videos. A special slow-motion to finish it off.
This week, Year 4 had their first swimming lesson! Aqueelah and Cleopatra had lots of fun and wanted to let us know all about it.
I was so excited to go on the coach. Year 4 has finally gotten an experience to swim! When we arrived we were in a hurry so when we finished getting changed, we went to the pool. Some of us were scared and some of us where exited. Firstly the asked us who could swim. 4 or 3 girl’s said they can swim. My heart was pounding. My friend Julia in lavender class was more scared than I was. When it was my turn I felt my ear’s filling with water, kicking my legs to swim. But in the end it was fun, at the end of swimming we were in groups 1,2 and 3. group 1 – non swimers group 2 – semi swimers group 3 – swimer’s – Aqueelah N.
When i went swiming we hade to go in the pool whe we were walking acros ther was a life gurd. we cary on swiming intil the end of yere 4. – Cleopatra S.
Wow – what a turn out for football this lunchtime. Everyone was super excited we can’t wait to take part next Friday!
On Thursday 18th October, both Beavers A and Beavers B competed in the Hounslow North round Y5/6 football competition. Both teams scored some fantastic goals and played some football that was wonderful to see. We’ll find out our position when we get back to school – fingers crossed we make it through.
The coaches from Brentford Football club came to teach us some skills on thursday and they will be teachig us new skills until christmas!
They are so cool, they know all the skills
On Thursday 18th October, we will be taking part in a football competition at Cranford Community College. We have been training all week and can’t wait to start playing! Come back soon to find our match report! Come on, Beavers!!!