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Sports News




Indoor Athletics Competition - January 2020 

Netball tournament - January 2020

Boys 5 a-side football tournament - January 2020

Girls 5 a-side football tournament - February 2020

Football league and cup games (Year 4/5 and 5/6) - January to May 2020

District Cross-Country Championships - March 2020

Black Country Games Swimming Gala - April 2020

Indoor Athletics Winners


On Friday 17th January, the school took two teams from Year Six to Ellowes Hall Sports College to compete in the North Dudley Schools Indoor Athletics competition. After in-school trials held by Robyn Hingley and Miss Durman, a squad of twenty four children were selected. The children took part in a variety of track events and three different field events including: long jump, triple jump and a throwing event.

After some excellent individual and team performances, cheered on by our pupils' parents, our A team came first out of the sixteen teams entered and our B team came ninth. Well done to all of the children and thank you to Robyn and Miss Durman for their organisation of the event. We will now be one of three teams to represent Dudley at the Black Country Games in June.

Mr Farmer

Autumn Sports Update

Netball games – Miss Durman’s teams played two games, one versus CHURCH OF ASCENSION and the other versus STRAITS. They were both very competitive and close matches even though we lost both 4-6.



Our year 5 + 6 girls came 1st out of 15 teams in the North Dudley Swimming Gala and they will now compete at the Black Country Games in April. Well done girls!!

Our year 5 + 6 boys came 2nd out of 15 teams in the North Dudley Swimming Gala. Well done boys!!

All teams showed great teamwork and superb effort!!



Well done to our year 2 children for their tournament at Ellowes coming 8th.


Sports for Champions

Thanks for all the effort from the children, parents and staff, especially Robyn Hingley for her organising and running of the day.

We had 400m, British team athlete, Amy Hillyard visit the school. She ran a fitness circuit for each class and gave a speech about her development into becoming an athlete. The school raised £££££££ of money, thank you everyone!



In November, our year 5 + 6’s, competed in a 7-aside tournament held at Thorns Collegiate Academy. The girls entered one team and the boys entered two - Well done!


District football

Well done to Romano, Essah and Liam in year 6 for attending the district football trials. All three boys made it to the final round of selection with Liam being selected for the district team.