St Clement’s took a very young team to play the second round of the Wood Lane League to play St Vincent’s and St Patricks. Unfortunately the results did not go their way but they did play with 100% effort and created lots of scoring opportunities which if they had converted then the scores would have been very different. Well Done!
Monday 24th September we kicked off our football season at wood Lane. First up was St. Teresa’s where we narrowly missed out in a high scoring game finishing 4-3 to the hosts. Next up was St Edmunds which was much more successful holding on to a 1-0 lead. Everyone played extremely well and had a great time!
A big thank you to all the media team at the World Cup and a big thank you to all that gave such great feed back.
St Francis teacher – “We have had a brilliant day, the children have very much enjoyed them selves. Its been really nice watching the children play and the team spirit has been fantastic.”St James children- “Good teams and fair play.”
St Laurence children – “Their are some really good teams here and we are having a great day.”
St Laurence teacher – “I’m having a great day with some good football being played.”
Nethersole teacher – “Everyone has played really well with really good sportsmanship.” St Clement’s children – “Its been really good because we get to play lots of football all morning.”
St Clement’s teacher – “I think the day has been absolutely amazing. All the children have had a brilliant time and really enjoyed the day.”
Last week, Year 2 attended sports day at the @hubs.
The weather was fantastic so we had to make sure we had lots of sun cream on and drank lots of water.
There were lots of activities that the children were able to try such as football, dodgeball, netball, rounders and a blow up assault cause. The children showed themselves to be very athletic and skilled at many of the sports. They particularly shined in football where we has some World Cup worthy hat tricks along with some fantastic celebrations!
This morning Reception had a fantastic time in the MUGA with Mr Burton. They did a running race, egg and spoon race, throwing and catching and an obstacle course. They had so much fun and all received a gold medal for taking part. Thank you to parents and carers for being a great audience, it really meant a lot to the children. And a big thank you to Mr Burton for organising!
All children in year 1 – 6 took part in activities such as football, rounders, dodge ball, netball, archery and an inflatable obstacle course. As well as being treated to ice cream and a gymnastics show from our very own gymnast super star. A great day had by all children, staff and parents.
Today, Year 6 took part in a inter-school competition at The Hub, in Perry Barr. It was a great morning of football and all the St Clement’s teams played well. Unfortunately, we didn’t make the finals but we had a very enjoyable morning. Man of the match was Tyler Billingham-Roberts , who was outstanding in defence and Ali Abubakr made some exceptional saves.