The netballers suffered a heavy defeat against Holy Rosary Primary School, in what was their first ever league match, and although the score line wasn’t one that we were wanting there were a lot of positives to take away from the match. It was a very shaky start from Allerton C of E Primary School and it was clear from the start that the team were very nervous but as the game progressed they grew in confidence and continued to show real determination throughout the game. I am confident that with a few more games and a bit more training the team will go from strength to strength.
What a fantastic morning we had at the ‘Active Schools Inclusive Sports Hall Athletics’.
7 children from Key Stage 2 were selected to take part in a variety or running, jumping and throwing events in what was a really fun packed morning at The John Charles Centre for Sport. The children worked really hard in all of the activities and showed real commitment and determination to succeed. There efforts were not in vain as the team were selected to represent Leeds at the West Yorkshire School Games in Huddersfield on Wednesday 8th March 2017.
A huge well done to all involved.
Allerton C of E Primary School hosted both Alwoodley Primary School and Hillcrest Primary School on a very cold and wet evening, however this did not put our girls off as they ran out 6-0 winners against Hillcrest Primary School and 1-0 winners against Alwoodley Primary School. Goals game from Toni Barratt (3) Sian Bernard (2) Ellie May Timms Gale (1) and Abbie Stokes (1). The girls have developed so much over the last term and are a real credit to themselves and the school, they are desperate to learn and have taken on board what they have been asked to do and that reflects in the results that they have had.
Welcome to our sports blog. Here we will be sharing and celebrating everything to do with sport at Allerton CE Primary School