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Wix Cup Football match v Killigrew

On Tuesday the A team played Killigrew in the second round of the Wix Cup. We started strongly and soon scored our first goal. Then 2 more followed quite quickly while the defence worked hard to stop their attacking play.  Just before half time Killigrew scored.  In the second half they played with more confidence, but we were able to score two more goals before they replied two goals of their own.  In the final few minutes we scored our 6th goal, making the final score 6-3 to us.  This means we are through to the semi- finals of the Wix Cup competition.  Well done boys!

Football Match v Bowmans Green

On Thursday we played a friendly match against Bowmans Green.  The boys had not played as a team before so it took a little while for their confidence to grow.  Bowmans Green scored first but it wasn't long before we equalised.  The boys then started passing more accurately and moving forward as a team.  We scored another 3 goals and defended well, only allowing them to score once more.  The final score was a win to us 4-2.  The boys should be proud of themselves as they all played very well.

 

Football Match v Cunningham Hill

On Monday the A team played a match against Cunningham Hill in the City Cup.  The boys played brilliantly with lots of attacking play and great passing.  We were also strong defensively.  By the end of the first half we were 3-0 up.  In the second half Cunningham Hill came out strongly and immediately put pressure on our defence, but we were able to hold them off and scored another goal.  Just before the end of the game Cunningham Hill scored one back.  The final result was a win to us 4-1.  This means we go through to the next round of the City Cup, to be played next year.

Netball Match Home V Abbey

 

The A-team played their fourth game of the league today, against Abbey. It was a miserable evening and the court was wet and a little slippery. Abbey started off playing fast and had great, accurate passing. BHJS didn’t let this put them off. Riding high on last Friday’s win, the girls scored quickly, making it 1-0 to us. However, Abbey scored soon after making it 1-1. BHJS upped their speed but this meant some accuracy was lost in their passing. After a chat at half time, the girls went back fighting beating Abbey 2-1 in the end. A VERY competitive and fast paced match, in unpleasant weather conditions! 

 

Well done BHJS - an excellent win!

 

Abbey chose Emily as player of the match. Great playing Emily!

Netball Match Away V Aboyne Lodge

 

On Friday 17.11.17, our A Team played a league match against Aboyne Lodge. Our team were feeling apprehensive and needed lots of encouragement to start off with. They quickly got into their stride and scored the first goal of the match. Aboyne followed shortly after with a goal. In the second quarter we got our second goal, again followed by one from Aboyne. Luckily, in the final quarter of the match, BHJS upped their speed and accuracy, scoring another two goals. The final score was 4-2 to us. Well done girls! Our first win in this league! The Aboyne team chose Faith as player of the match - well done Faith for lots of enthusiasm, and great improvemtns this term!

Football Match v Wheatfields

On Tuesday the A team had a league game against top of the league Wheatfields, who are a strong and physical side. We started off strongly and had a few chances, but they scored first which seemed to effect our play and  they went on to score 2 more before the end of the first half. 

In the second half we played better and scored 2 goals to make it 3-2, but we weren't able to sustain the attack and they came back to score another goal.  The final result was 4-2 to them.

Football match v Bowmans Green

On Monday the B team played a friendly against Bowmans Green. It was a great game of football with both teams playing well. We made some good forward runs and defended strongly with a couple of good saves from our goalie, but it wasn't until later in the game that we finally managed to score our first goal. That seemed to give us more confidence and we went on to score another to two goals. In our excitement we did allow Bowmans Green to get one back.  The final score was a win to us, 3-1.  Well played boys.

 

Netball Matches away v Garden Fields 

 

Our A team played a league match against Garden Fields A team. Well done to the girls who kept up their spirirt and energy levels despite an extended match! We saw improved team work and great play, as well as some accurate scoring.

 

Well done A team! 

Our B team played a friendly game against a large Garden Fields squad, and all our girls played excellently! We saw improved footwork and accurate passing. 

 

Well done to Freya, who was noted by the Garden Fields coach as playing particularly well!

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B team football match v Fleetville

On Thursday our B team played a league game against Fleetville.  It was a great game and all the boys played the best football of the season so far.  Fleetville were able to score early on, but we kept it at 1-0 until half time.  With a few changes to our playing positions we came out strongly in the second half and scored a super equaliser.  We continued  with our positive play until, against the run of play, Fleetville scored  a second.  It remained 2-1 to Fleetville at the final whistle. 

 

Sports Event - what a day!!

Last week one of our children attended an amazing sports event. The morning was jammed packed with lots of exciting activities, including football, boccia, archery and cricket as well as parachute games.  By the end of the morning every one was very tired but agreed they had had lots of fun.

Skipping Workshops

On Monday and Tuesday all the children enjoyed skipping workshops.  During the workshops they had lots of fun learning some new skipping skills.  By the end of the sessions most children looked rather warm after good half hour work out with their rope.   Some of the children then had the opportunity to show case their skills during assembly.  The teachers were very impressed.

Skipping ropes can still be ordered from Mrs Astley at £4.

 

 

A team  football match v Fleetville

On Monday the boys' A team played a league game against Fleetville.  These are always very competitive games and closely matched.  From the beginning both teams fought hard and played well, although we did seem the more dominant.  Despite a few chances the score was 0-0 at the end of the first half. The second half continued in the same way with our boys having more chances on goal including a great header which hit the bar, but the final score remained 0-0.  

 

Girls League and City Cup Double Header vs Fleetville

Today, the girls played the rematch of the draw Cup match played back in October, this time at Fleetville. the girls dominated possession and territory throughout the first half but were unable to score. Early in the second half, Fleetville got a free Kick and managed to score from it leaving us 1-0 down with around 12 mins left. the girls pushed on hard having 6 or 7 god chances but we were unable to make any of them count as the time ran out. this does mean we are now out of the City Cup; however, we will have one final game against Fleetville in the spring to hopefully level the score one more.

Netball match away at St. Peter’s 

 

Bernards Heath travelled to St. Peter’s to play their first league match. Both teams started really well, passing was effective and there was some great teamwork. After some accurate shooting, the final score was 7-0 to St. Peter’s. Well done to Faith and Becky who played particularly well. 

Penalty Shoot Out v Margaret Wix

On Saturday some of a team of boys went to Clarence Park, home of St Albans City Football Club and took part in the first round of a penalty shootout competition against Margaret Wix.  At the start of the game the boys formed a guard of honour for St Albans City team and Welling United as they came onto the pitch.   At half time it was our turn to take to the pitch for the penalties.  We went first, scoring our first three goals for a good start, then our nerves got the better of us and we missed a couple  Our goal keeper was very solid and saved at least 5 of their shots.  The final score was 5-2 to us to put us through to the next round in February 2018

It was amazing to see so many children from the school supporting the boys and St Albans City.

Thank you!  Such a shame St Albans lost.

 

 

 

 

Girls Football A League v Wheatfields


On Thursday, the girls played their first league game of the season against Wheatfields, the game didn't start well as we conceded 2 quick goals at the start of the game but the girls battled back and had a number of their own chances in the first half. the game continued to be end to end and before the end of the first half Wheatfields had scored again. In the second half, we fought back well and had a number of chances ourselves including a screamer of a free kick which just went over the bar. Towards the end of the game Wheatfields were awarded a penalty which they score and the game ended in a 4 - 0 loss for our girls. The much improved performance in the second half gives us cause for optimism in the return fixture in the spring and roll on next week for our rematch with Fleetville.

 

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On Thursday the B team played a league game against St Columbus.  We played very well but St Columbus are a strong team and quickly scored a goal.  We managed to keep the score at 1-0 until half time.  In the second half St Columbus came out strongly and scored another 2 goals.  Despite our best efforts we were unable to find the goal, so the final score was 3-0 to them.  A special mention should go to our goal keeper who saved a mass of attempts on goal. Well done to all the boys.

 

 

Game On Club

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Game On Club began today lead by the Sports Ambassadors 50 children from years 3 and 4 took part playing games including Shark Attack, Dishes and Domes, dodge ball and Monkey ball. All the children had a great time and we look forward to seeing them all again next Wednesday.
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On the 9th of October our 10 Sports Ambassadors attended a course to become Bronze Sports Ambassadors and Healthy Activity Leaders. They had a great day learning how to lead and planning how they are going to inspire the rest of the school. They have already begun to use these skills and ones learnt at school to plan for Game On Club that they will run from next half term!

 

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Cross Country Running

On Tuesday 17th October eleven children from year six attended the second cross country running event of the year. Although the day had been fine it started to rain as the competitors started to arrive but fortunately the course did not become slippery and the children ran so fast they dodged most of the rain drops. The girls ran first and two of our children were in the leading group for much of the race before finishing a brilliant 4th and 5th. In the boys race many improved on their previous standings and our two front runners both achieved  top 20 places.

Well done to everyone for a fantastic race.

B Team v Praewood

On Thursday the boys  B team played a league game at home against Praewood.  The started off strongly but unfortunately conceded a penalty to go 1- 0 down.  The boys didn't let that get them down and continued to battle eventually scoring a goal themselves.  All the boys from the goalkeeper to the forwards played very well and we scored another 3 goals.  The final  result was a win to us, 4-1.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Team v St Bernadettes

On Monday the boys A team played St Bernadettes in the first round of the City Cup. This is a very competitive cup competition with the finalists playing at Clarence Park.  The boys started off with a few jitters and tense moments until finally from a corner we scored a goal.  St Bernadettes came back strongly and before the end of the first half had equalised.  During the second half the boys continued to battle hard against tough opposition.  With their determination we scored another 2 goals to finish the match 3-1 winners.  We now progress to the second round.

 

 A Team match v Praewood

On Friday the A team travelled to Praewood for their second league game.  Unfortunately, due to a traffic accident we didn't arrive until very late which meant we really didn't have time for a proper warm up. Praewood were able to take advantage of this and quickly scored.  As the game progressed we were more composed and with some great passing equalised and then scored another 2 in the first half.  In the second half despite some good attacks from Praewood and several shots on goal we were able to extend our lead to finish winners at 6-1.  The whole team played brilliantly.  Well done boys.

Mrs Astley

 

The Girls Football team made a great start to their season yesterday.

 

First up was a very tough cup match against Fleetville school. the girls all played brilliantly and took the lead in the first half. in the second Fleetville played well and drew level making it 1 - 1 at full time. an extra 5 minutes were played to try and find a winner but the game ended 1-1.

 

the Replay has already been organised for after half term and we hope we can convert the resut into a win on that occasion. Well done girls for a great first game!

A team football match v St Columbus

The season for the A team started brilliantly yesterday in their first match against St Columbus.  We started strongly with a goal within the first few minutes.  By the end of the first half we were 3-0 up.

In the second half we continued to dominate and scored another 3 goals.  The final score was 6-0.

Well done boys.

 

Mrs Astley

A team match v Park Street

On Monday the A team played in the first round of the Wix Cup against Park Street.  It was a very close match although we had more of the scoring chances.  We did score early on in the first half, but just before the end Park Street equalised.  During the second half we continued to battle and scored two more goals. We defended well and with a couple of great saves we kept the final score to a 3-1 win.  This means we go through to the second round.  Well done boys.

Mrs Astley

B team match v Garden Fields

On Thursday the B team played their first league game against Garden Fields.  All the boys played very well with some great defending and attacking play.  The final score was 3-1 to us. A great start to the league.

 

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