Yesterday saw the High Five netball squad A.K.A. ‘Team Tagg’ face their first ever inter-school netball tournament at Bournemouth School for Girls. Over twenty local schools took part in the exciting event on a beautiful, if somewhat chilly, afternoon.
After only a few practice sessions, the committed team of Year Six girls secured their first victory in their opening match! As the afternoon unfolded the team demonstrated their strength of character: grit whilst facing Arctic like temperatures; adaptability when continuously changing pitches and rotating team positions; optimism as they constantly remained positive, even in the face of Olympian like opposition.
The whole squad were a credit to QPA and it was wonderful to watch the quality of their game progress throughout the afternoon. The next match for the team is on Thursday 8th February. If there are any pupils wishing to join the team then please see either Miss Tagg or Mrs Wallis.
Report written by Mrs Wallis
Today the Year 6 boys took part in the Predator football tournament at the Littledown Centre. In total, 23 schools attended the competition. Although we didn’t progress to the semi finals, the level of effort and teamwork from the boys was outstanding. Most impressive was the maturity the boys showed. They shared captaincy, chose positions and took it in turns to be substitutes, all independently. Our goals were scored by Dylan and Darren. Next up is the league fixtures which will start in the next week or two.
We had glorious weather for Sports Day today and the children participated incredibly well throughout. We were all really pleased with the character shown by the pupils: grit, compassion, courage, optimism and trust. Congratulations to the Year 5 staff who won the staff race. We will find out which house won the overall competition in tomorrow’s assembly.
Congratulations to the Year 4 football team for their 7-1 victory over Stourfield Juniors. Great teamwork was shown by all.
The football match this afternoon ended in a 5-5 draw between QPA and Jewell Academy. The players supported each other incredibly well and a high level of sportsmanship was shown throughout. Well done to Max – man of the match.
The cricket equipment was out this afternoon in the playground where Year 5 learned key skills and played simple games.