Last week some of our Key Stage 2 children were lucky enough to go to Leeds Beckett University to take part in a variety of sports taught by specialist coaches. The children made the most of such a fantastic opportunity, taking part in squash, american football, tennis, basketball and athletics events, to name a few.
A few weeks ago we were lucky enough to be invited to take some children to experience a triathlon held by the Brownlee Foundation. The children experienced a triathlon to the fullest and made the school incredibly proud in doing so.
Yesterday two of our Year 1 classes had a very special visit from Nick from Yorkshire Cricket. The children had a fantastic time learning all about the basics of cricket and beginning to develop they key skills required to be successful in the sport!
A HUGE well done to the football team who managed to break our 2 month scoring drought in a 2-0 victory over Carr Manor Primary School. Both teams played very well and used space effectively to ensure we had a great game of football.
Well done to Kai who scored both goals for us.
Again, a massive thank you to the Friends of Allerton for providing us with a new team kit, it proved to be very lucky!
We took our Year 3/4 football team to Richmond Hill Academy for a come and play football event. The children played well as a team, experimenting with different positions and had a very positive experience at competitive sport. Unfortunately, we lost both games 1-0 and 2-1 but the enjoyment, effort and team work has filled me with hope for the future!
Special mention to Nathan as the only Year 3 in the team!