Last week our girls football team came in first place, beating out 14 schools, in a Premier Stars event hosted by Leeds United.
The girls made ACE proud and were models of resilience, desire, commitment and excellence.
Scoring was led by Kariss with 5, Nyiema with 3 and Alexia adding 2.
Huge congratulations to our hockey team who have qualified for the Leeds finals after winning 5 of 6 games and having some intense battles on our way to victory!
A real team effort and desire to win allowed the team, coached by Mr Kay, to impress the event organisers and secure a place in the next round.
Finals here we come!
Congratulations to Freya in Year 1 who passed her grading last week at her Taekwondo class!
Huge congratulations to our undefeated girls dodgeball team who beat 5 other schools to be crowned champions of our cluster.
Determination, hard work and teamwork combined for impressive performances and an unbeaten record, including some very close games.
The girls really put the ace in ACE!
On the 2nd of October, our Year 6 football team took on Alwoodley Primary School in the first game of the football season. In a well battled game, we saw commitment, teamwork and high levels of sportsmanship throughout. Unfortunately, we lost the game 3-1 but Mr Kay and I were incredibly proud of the team and look forward to future matches!
A very well done to everyone who played and a special thank you to the parents who turned up to support our young athletes!
On Wednesday, 12 girls from Year 5 and 6 took part in the White Rose Cheerleading competition at Morley Academy. They performed a dance routine with poms in front of a large audience and were thrilled to be awarded 3rd in their category. They also took part in a ‘Stunt’ workshop and Simrath demonstrated skill and bravery when lifted by the girls!
The judges commented on their “lovely high kicks” and “great energy”
Thank you to Miss Murphy for practising with the children and supporting the cheerleading club
The Hockey team went unbeaten in the Active Schools Hockey Festival held at Weetwood Sports Centre. After a slow start the team soon found their stride and beat every team that stood in their way. After a tough morining of 7 games in which the team were unbeaten they then progressed in to the semi-final against Alwoodley Primary School who they beat 5-3. By this point the team were full of confidence and went in to the final with only one thing on their mind and that was to win the match and retain the title- and that they did.
The team will now go on to represent Leeds at the West Yorkshire Games on Saturday 25th March 2017.