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Tees Valley Games 2017

Tees Valley Games 2017

Towards the end of June, some of our children represented Hartlepool at the Tees Valley Games in Middlesborough after successfully winning their individual events in the town comeptition. A full day of competition was enjoyed by all with children from lots of schools in Hartlepool making up the Hartlepool team. Team spirits were high as we all cheered and applauded competitors in the different field and track events. We were very proud to be part of the team and part of such a wonderful sporting event.  As always, the children from Fens did us proud! Well done to all invovled!

QuadKids

​On the 20th June our Y4 children took part in an afternoon of athletics events at Dyke House School, after winning their cluster tournament earlier on in the term. Eight boys and eight girls all competed in four athletics events; an 80m sprint, a 600m run, a howler throw and the long jump. Everyone's points werre totalled together at the end of the competition and Fens finished in 5th place. Well done to everone who took part.

Athletics Cluster Competition

Cluster Athletics Competition

On Monday 22nd May pupils from Y5 and Y6 took part in an athletics competition at Manor Academy. All of our pupils were involved in both track and field events as they competed against pupils from Grange, Greatham and Eskdale. There were some outstanding performances throughout the afternoon, with winners of the individual events to represent their cluster at the Town Championships in June. Well done to everyone involved!

Cluster Tennis Tournament

 

Following a series of coaching sessions with tennis coach Mark Barras, a group of Year Three children enjoyed a morning of tennis and inter-school competition at Manor College.

The children, four boys and four girls, took part in a competition against Rossmere, Kingsley and Grange Primary schools. They played singles matches against other schools as well as a series of skills based team games. All of the children worked hard, played well and displayed an excellent team spirit throughout the morning. The behavior of the team was excellent and they were a credit to the school. Overall the team achieved a well-earned second place in the competition missing out on first place by only two points.

 

Girls’ Football – Cup Competition

During April, 10 girls from Years 5 and 6 took part in their cup competition at Seaton Domes. There were 8 matches overall, meaning it was a very tiring afternoon. Despite this, the girls played some fantastic football throughout the afternoon, resulting in some outstanding team and individual performances. Overall, we managed to win one and draw 3 of our games. Throughout the competition the girls demonstrated an amazing attitude and passion for the game. Once again, the girls were an absolute credit to the school and themselves. This competition wraps up our season and they should all be very proud of their achievements this year.

Town Cross Country Competition

Town Cross Country Competition at Summerhill

​Well done to all of our pupils who took part in the Town Cross Country Competition at Summerhill.

Cluster Cross Country at Summerhill

Cluster Cross Country Competition

On Tuesday 14th March,  32 pupils from years 3,4 and 5 took part in the cluster cross country competition at Summerhill.  There were two courses around Summerhill, a shorter run for Y3 and Y4 children with an extended course for Y5 children.  As usual, all of our pupils tried their very best and successfully completed their race.  We were very proud as staff and parents cheered at the finishing line. Some children managed to win their individual races and overall we had 25 pupils completing the course in the first ten thus managing to win a place in the town competition next Wednesday, 22nd March. Well done to everyone involved and good luck in the next round!

 

Girls’ Football League Competition

In February, the girls’ football team attended their first league competition of the year at Seaton Domes. With 7 games in total it was a long afternoon. Despite the congested fixture list, the team showed great ability and stamina throughout the afternoon, resulting in some fantastic performances. They showed a great attitude and passion for the game as well as a great team atmosphere. This led to us winning 1 and drawing 3 of our 7 games. The girls were a credit to themselves and the school all afternoon and this helped to make it a thoroughly enjoyable experience for everyone. We now look forward to our cup competition later in the year

 

Cluster Netball Festival

Cluster Netball Festival

On 28th of February 2017, a group of Y6 netball players travelled to Manor College for a much anticipated netball tournament.  It was very difficult to choose only 7 from the excellent group of Y6s who had been training together in the build up to the tournament, and those who were chosen did not disappoint!

There were 5 teams at the tournament with 10 matches taking place. The positive and encouraging attitude of the Fens team was notable from the start and resulted in some very exciting netball. Fast dodging, high jumping and some very accurate shooting led the team to victory in 2 of their matches, and they finished joint 2nd in the table. With bated breath, Fens waited to see if they would progress to the next round, but unfortunately lost out narrowly on goal difference.

It was a fantastic afternoon, showcasing the skills and dedication of the Fens netballers, who represented Fens extremely well, leading by example with their sportsmanship and teamwork. Well done everyone!

Town Swimming Gala

Town Swimming Gala

In February pupils from Y5 and Y6 took part in the town Swimming Gala. Earlier on in the school year all children had raced each other and were timed in their PE lessons so we knew we were taking the fastest swimmers from our school.

There were two galas, a large schools and a smaller schools gala. Five boys and five girls were racing in front crawl, backstroke and breast stroke events as well as relays. The children scored points for their individual races which were totalled to find overall winners at the end of the morning.  Our pupils were superb with lots of first and second places being won. The final race was the cannon relay where every team member had to swim.  Fens set off well and managed to hold the lead for the majority of the race.  Unfortunately they were pipped at the post by Sacred Heart in a very exciting finish.  Throughout the morning, children were cheered and supported by fellow pupils, staff and parents and at the end of the gala proudly received their medals from the mayor.  Fens and Sacred Heart finished with the exact same points and were joint first place.  As Sacred Heart had won two more races than Fens they were awarded the shield for overall winners.

We were very proud of our swimming team and acknowledge their fantastic achievement.  Well done everyone who took part!

Y5 Boys Football Competition

Y5 Boys Football Competition

In January, the year 5 boys football team took part in their first competition of the year at Seaton Domes. This initial competition would decide which leagues the team would play in later in the year. The boys were very excited about this competition and were eagerly awaiting the kick off of their first match. Confidence was high all afternoon, which showed on the pitch as we won 5, drew 2 and lost 1 of our 8 matches, finishing second in the group. As a result of this, we will now be playing in the Champions League competition later in the month. The boys were a credit to themselves and the school with their passion and attitude towards each match and produced some brilliant team performances. We are certainly looking forward to the next competition.

 

Y5 Boys Football – Champions League

Towards the end of January, the Year 5 boy’s football team took part in their second competition of the season at Seaton Domes. This was the Champions League competition, which we qualified for because of our success in the first competition. Due to the success of that competition, confidence was high in the lead up to kick off. Once again, the boys played some fantastic football throughout the afternoon, which led to us winning 3 of our 5 matches. In the end, we finished third in our group. Like in the previous tournament, the team were once again fantastic role models for the school and should be very proud of their achievements in both competitions.

Basketball Competition

Cluster Basketball Competition

At the beginning of January Fens’ Y6 pupils were involved in a cluster basketball competition at Manor College.  The afternoon was very busy with lots of schools involved in the competition.  Many schools had entered two teams.  After thoroughly enjoying basketball in their PE lessons in the Autumn term, Fens too were keen and also had an A and B team in the competition. Throughout the afternoon games were very fast and the vast array of basketball skills from all involved was very impressive! All of the teams played five games. Our passing and dribbling was superb but unfortunately we struggled to score enough baskets to finish in the top two. The children represented Fens superbly, never giving up and displaying first class attitudes.  Well done to all involved.

Y5/6 Girls Football Competition

Girls Football Competition

The week beginning 10th October saw the start of “Girls Football Week.”

The agenda of the week, as outlined by the FA was: “Together we can get more girls than ever playing football this October.”

With this in mind Hartlepool United Community Sports Foundation organised a girls only football tournament. 

After many extremely and highly participated, lunchtime practices at Fens this term, it was a very difficult decision for staff to choose only one team. 

However, as usual our pupils did us proud at the competition and again a positive attitude and excellent sportsmanship shone throughout.  There were 16 teams altogether in a very well organised afternoon of competition. Players from the Hartlepool Ladies and Sunderland Ladies teams were on hand, offering support, advice and encouragement to the pupils involved.  Our girls played six matches in all and managed to reach the final of the “Plate” Competition.  Fens played Ferryhill in the final which was closely fought and resulted in a 1-0 win for Ferryhill who scored in the very last minute of the game.  Nonetheless, Fens were happy with their runner up medal and had thoroughly enjoyed their afternoon.  Well done girls! 

Y5/6 Tag Rugby Cluster Competition

Tag Rugby Cluster Competition

At the beginning of October some of our pupils took part in the first sporting competition of the new school year.  Pupils from Y5 and Y6 represented the school in Tag Rugby.  The competition was held at West Hartlepool RFC   where the children thoroughly enjoyed an afternoon of sporting competition.  Matches were closely fought with sportsmanship and sporting attitudes first class from all schools.  Our Y6 teams managed to win a place in the semi-finals where they were unfortunately just beaten by a strong Greatham team.  The afternoon was enjoyed by all and the children of Fens were, as usual, a credit to themselves and the school. Well done to everyone who took part.

 

Y6 Boys Football Competition

Y6 Boys Football Competition

During September, the year six boys took part in their first football competition of the year at Seaton Domes. This competition would decide which leagues the team would play in later in the year. Despite few practices together, the boys were confident leading up to the tournament. This confidence was easily translated into performances on the pitch as we won 3 and drew 1 of our 4 games, finishing 2nd in the group. The attitude of the boys was fantastic throughout the afternoon and they thoroughly deserved every success. They were a credit to the school and themselves. We now look forward to the Champions League and Premier League competitions coming up in October and November respectively.

 

 

Y6 Boys Champions League

In October, the year 6 boys took part in the Champions League competition at Seaton Domes. The boys qualified for this competition because of how well they did in the previous competition. Confidence was once again high after the success of the previous round. This led to some fantastic performances, resulting in 1 win and 2 draws from our 6 games. Once again, the boys were a credit to themselves with their attitude and behaviour whilst representing the school. We now eagerly look forward to our next competition in November.

 

Y6 Boys Premier League

During November, the year 6 football team attending their Premier League competition and Seaton Domes. After two successful events already this year, confidence was high coming into this competition. Once again, the boys played some absolutely fantastic football, resulting in 3 wins from our 6 games. As always, the attitude and behaviour of the boys was impeccable all afternoon. They were an absolute credit to themselves and the school and they should be very proud of their achievements in this competition.

Boys Football – Cup Competition

In March, the Year 6 boys took part in their Premier Cup Competition at Seaton Domes. Once again, the team played some brilliant football, with some excellent individual and team performances throughout the afternoon. As always, the boys were a credit to the school and themselves with their behaviour and attitude, which was impeccable all afternoon. This cup competition sums up our season and the boys should be very proud of all they have achieved this year.