Undefeated at the Emerald

On Friday, 11 of our lucky Year 5 children headed to the Emerald Stadium for the Super League media launch day.

Our ACE athletes represented school in a tag rugby event against multiple other schools from around the city.

Through team work and communication, we managed to go undefeated on the Leeds Rhinos’ home ground!

Duathlon Champions!

This afternoon 6 children from Year 5 formed a team to compete in a duathlon at the Brownlee Centre.

Our ACE team finished in first place by 1 second and took first, third and forth individually.

“We are in shock because we won and 3 of us came in the first 4.” – Michael

“I was the first person across the line.” – Ben

“I was proud of myself and the team for coming in first place.” – Helen

Huge well done to all our athletes.

ACE are GOLD!

It is with absolute pleasure that I announce Allerton CE Primary School has achieved GOLD in the Active Schools School Games Mark.

It has been a very busy year and I am incredibly proud of the commitment and effort from all the children this year.

On to the next!

#ACEareACE

#Gold2019

#2020Repeat

Multiskills event @ Leeds Beckett University

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.

Huge well done to all the children involved!

League match @ Carr Manor Primary School

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 move up to third in the league!

Year 3/4 Football @ Richmond Hill

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!