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Cricket Tournament

On Tuesday 4th July 2018 Roe Green Infant School hosted and took part in a cricket tournament that involved their partnership schools which were Calton Vale, Roe Green Strathcona, Mount Stewart, Our Lady of Grace and Malorees Infant School in the Brent Partnership Games.

Each team consisted of ten children with five boys and five girls participating in the matches. All of the children showed excellent sportsman ship and there were some exciting matches played between the schools.

Roe Green Infant School team did very well in the tournament and went on to win every game they played respectively. Roe Green Infant School came first out of a tough group of six schools and won the competition. Well done Roe Green Infant School!  

All participants thoroughly enjoyed the event and it was a huge success for all schools that took part, with football and tag rugby events planned for the near future.

Sports Day

Having set a target to increase the competitiveness in school competitions, this year’s Sports Days proved to be huge successes with staff, pupils and their parents. Held on Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th June 2018, we ensured that the races and games had more of a competitive edge. At RGI, Year 1 and 2 classes competed against each other for a chance to win a trophy for their class, while Nursery and Reception competed within their classes respectively. The winners for Sports Day 2018 at RGI were Rabbit class for Year 1 and Badger Class for Year 2. At RGS, the children compete in their Houses. The winning House was Cook.

Football Tournament

On Tuesday 21st March 2018 Roe Green Infant School hosted and took part in a football tournament that involved their partnership schools which were Calton Vale, Roe Green Strathcona, Mount Stewart, Our Lady of Grace and Malorees Infant School in the Brent Partnership Games.

Each team consisted of five children both girls and boys and each school had both Team A and team B participating in the matches. All of the children showed excellent sportsman ship and there were some exciting matches played between the schools.

Both Roe Green Infant School teams made it into the semi-finals of the tournament, but unfortunately they were beaten by Mount Stewart and Maloorees respectively. Mount Stewart Team A went on to win final by 2-0 against Malorees Team B. Well done Mount Stewart!  

All participants thoroughly enjoyed the event and it was a huge success for all schools that took part, with Kwik-Cricket events planned for the near future.

 

 

Muti-School Sports Challenge

Due to the bad weather, we had to delay our annual mini football tournament. We did not wish to cancel the event and decided to hold an indoor team event. Four Infant schools joined us for the morning: Carlton Vale, Mallories, Mount Stewart and Our Lady of Grace. Each team consisted of five children both girls and boys and each school had both Team A and team B participating in the games.

The team games chosen required the children to demonstrate a variety of different skills such as throwing, catching, passing, controlling and balancing using apparatus such as balls, eggs and bean bags.

All of the children showed excellent sportsman ship and never ever gave up. What great superstars we all have!

The winning team was Mallories Team A. Well done Mallories!

As you can see from the photos, everyone had a thoroughly enjoyable time and we look forward to hosting the football event later in the spring term.

 

Tag Rugby

On Tuesday 22nd March 2018 Roe Green Infant School hosted a Tag Rugby tournament that involved four partnership schools which were Calton Vale Infant School, Roe Green Strathcona, Mount Stewart Infant School and Malorees Infant School in the Brent Partnership Games. All participants thoroughly enjoyed the event and it was a huge success for all schools that took part.

Sports Relief

On Friday 20th April 2018 children at Roe Green Infant and Strathcona school took part in Sport Relief by coming into school wearing sports clothing and walking to school in the morning. Throughout the day Reception took part in a bean-bag catching event and KS1 took part in a sponsored skip. All participants thoroughly enjoyed the event and it was a huge success as we managed to raise £1946.49 for this amazing cause. Following on from this event each child now has their own skipping rope which they are able to use on a daily basis during play times.

 

Bring your bike to school week

All children were encouraged to ride their bikes to school in exchange for a healthy breakfast. In addition all the bikes were given a safety check (a mini MOT).

Bike Balancing

The children who are learning to ride their bikes were given a 30 minute “balance bike” session. This taught them to learn how to balance a bike and eventually ride independently. The children became more confident riding on their bikes.