Here you will find details of the many sports events that our pupils take part in, many of which are run by our School Sports Organisation Crew.
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Term 6 – Erin, Alyssa, Sophia H-B, Sofia W and Lottie H represented our school superbly at the North Somerset Gymnastics event on 8th June. They practised and performed beautiful floor routines and vaults. They had good scores and as a team finished 4th overall. Well done girls you were a credit to our school.
On 11th June, Molly H, Amelia C, Harry C and James H went to Worle School to take part in a tennis tournament. They learnt lots of new skills and played lots of different games. They behaved fantastically – well done.
Our annual Y4/5 rounders tournament took place on 12th June. We hosted and Christchurch, Ashcombe and Uphill came to take part. Unfortunately the weather took a turn for the worst and we played indoor cricket instead. All the teams were well behaved and showed good sportsmanship. Hutton came joint 2nd. Well done all!
Faye, Kitty, Mia, Lauren, Archie, Lorenzo, Kieran, Robbie and Jack from Year 5 represented Hutton at the Quad Kids festival on 18th June. They all did a 600m run, a 75m sprint, a standing long jump and a vortex throw. For event they scored points which all went towards a team score. They all did a great job and tried really hard at every event and we had some really lovely comments from the staff about how well behaved they were and for showing such great sportsmanship towards their team and others. They finished 9th overall, they should be very proud!
On 23rd June, two teams went to represent us at TriGolf. They learnt lots of new skills and had lots of fun in the sunshine.
Most recently 10 Year 2’s went off to a multi-sports event. They had lots of fun trying out new sports and all came home with a medal for trying really hard! Well done!
Through Term 5 all of Key Stage 2 participated in working toward a British Primary Athletics Award. They all practised their skills in endurance running, sprinting, vortex throwing, long jumping and speed bouncing with Mr Millard. They then recorded their best go. This equated to point ad their overall points gave them a level. The levels run from Level 1 – Level 10 and then there is an additional Bronze, Silver and Gold award for anyone who achieves higher than Level 10. I am so proud to say that EVERY child in Key Stage 2 achieved an award and even some Bronze, Silver and Gold awards have been awarded!
Level 10 – Jayden James, Daniel Watts, Molly Hart, Amber Fox, Archie Conroy, Megan O.Neill and Sophie Stone
Bronze – Sid Sheppard-Sugg, Lewis Sloane, Adam Topham, Owen Bayliss, Issy Woodards, Erin Bailey, Sophia Harvey-Bennett and James Topham.
Silver – Jack Buckingham, Jacob Palmer and Sadjuma Bandja
Gold – Charlie Huke, Jay Isaac, Jacob Young, Noah Denis, Thomas Fairhurst and Max Smith.
Well Done Key Stage 2 – you have worked super hard!
Term 5 – On the 6th May,a team of Year 3 and 4 went to Hutton Moor Leisure Centre to take part in a Dodecathon. They took part in a variety of events including: archery, hickey, curling and fending. For each activity they scored points. They came 11th overall with all the scores being very close. But, the team won the overall TEAMWORK trophy for working so well as a team!
The Year 5 and 6 boys cricket team went to Weston Cricket Club on 4th June to take part in a Kwick Cricket Tournament. They had great weather and showed some great skills! Both teams finished third in their competitions. Well done boys.
Term 4 has been a very busy term for sporting events. Here is a quick round up of events that have taken place:
On Friday 6th March, our Year 3 and 4 tag rugby team played at a tournament at Uphill. They played 3 matches and showed great team spirit. Tries came from Charlie, Issy and Jacob. A big well done to all who played.
The Year 5 and 6 Tag rugby team have also played this term. On Wednesday 11th March, they went to The Hand Stadium in Clevedon and played in the North Somerset tournament. They played 3 matches in their round robin stages and unfortunately didn’t go through to the next round. However, they played fantastic rugby and demonstrated sportsmanship well. Tries were scored by Louis, Kutris, Adam, Oliver and Tommy. As it was a Sainsbury’s Schools Sports event, the games values were being promoted. At this event they were focusing on RESPECT and DETERMINATION. Each team had to award 1 player that showed these qualities throughout the tournament. Lewys in Year 6 received the wrist bad for showing respect and Kurtis from Year 5 won the wrist band for showing determination. Great job – well done!
On Thursday 19th March the Year 5 Hockey team went to Worle School to play in a tournament. The most impressive result from this event was the fact that all of our children showed amazing teamwork skills and perseverance. Our hockey team did a fantastic job at defending, saving as many goals as they could. We achieved second place in the plate cup! Next time, hopefully, we will have improved our attacking skills and score a few more goals.
Alongside the hockey tournament, an Arrows Archery tournament was conducted. We sent a team of some Year 5’s. None of them had any experience of this sport but all had a great time. Archie who scored the most points in his competition and received a gold medal and has qualified to go through to a Level 3 competition next term – well done Archie!
The Year 4 tag rugby team went to Uphill again on Friday 20th March to play another tournament. This time, they played 4 games. It was a lovely sunny day and we managed to play on the field, which was fun. All the matches were very close and we came 2nd in the tournament. Tries scored by Harry, Issy, Owen, Jacob and Jacob. They all played really well and represented our school superbly – well done!
On Monday 23rd March, Year 6 participated in The North Somerset Dance Festival at The Weston Playhouse. They performed two dances, Up Town Funk and a medley of ball room dances around the theme of ‘Space’. They performed beautifully and absolutely stole the show! They showed amazing dancing skills and danced like true professionals! Well done Year 6 – you all are a real credit to our school.
A big thank you to all the children and staff that have worked so hard to allow all these events to happen.
Primary Sports Hall Athletics Well Done to the whole of Year 5 who represented the school fantastically at the Primary Sports Hall Athletics event. They participated in a variety of track and field events and supported each other very well. They were a credit to our school and came 10th in the afternoon session. Well Done Year 5!
Swimming Gala Our swimming team participated in the North Somerset Primary Swimming Gala at Hutton Moor this term. They had to show a variety of skills including back stroke, breast stroke, butterfly and team work in relay races. They did super well and finished 19th out of the whole of North Somerset. Great job – well done! An extra well done to Tommy (Y6) who finished 4th and 5th out of the whole of the county in his two races!
School Sports Organisation Crew Training This term, we have established an SSOC that will help organise and run lots of sporting events both in school and out of school. Year 5 pupils Louis, Adam, Kurtis, Kieran, Mia, Chloe, Emma and Mazie attended a training session about what a SSOC does within the school and tried a variety of different events such as fencing and archery. Next term we will be starting to organise some events within school and enrolling some new members into the SSOC. We will keep you updated with events and news.
Terms 1 & 2
Our sports teams have been very busy over the last 2 terms and we have had some great success.
Cross Country – In October, some of our Year 4,5 and 6 girls and boys went to Hutton Moor to take part in the North Somerset Schools Cross Country finals. They all ran superbly and we had some top 20 places in Year 4. A big well done to all who took part.
In October, our Year 5 and 6 girls and boys football teams took part in a tournament that we hosted at Hutton. Our boys finished in second place and our girls in joint 3rd. They all played fantastically and behaved in a very sportsmanlike manner which was a credit to our school. Well Done!!!
In November, our Year 3 and 4 Netball team travelled to Ashcombe for a Netball tournament. They showed off their fabulous skills and finished in joint first place. Their lovely manners and great team work made all the staff feel very proud – well done.
At the beginning of December, the Year 4 and 5 Netball team attended another Netball tournament at Ashcombe. Again, their skills shone and they finished in joint first place. They were a pleasure to take and they played with enthusiasm and great skill. – Well done!