April saw both our football and tag rugby teams taking part in tournaments.
Congratulations to out year 4 and 5 girls who confidently took on year 6 teams in the Tag rugby tournament. The girls were a credit to the school and all contributed to the success of the team.
A team of year 4 children took part in a football tournament at Somervale school. It was a great team performance with lots of positive encouragement and support for each other.
Results: D1 L1 W1
We made St Nic's history by attending our first ever basketball tournament. We are very proud of all the children who gave it their all. It was a close competition - one of our matches went to extra time with Ashton scoring the Golden Basket to win the game.
We also had a fantastic Gymnastics competition. We took two teams of mixed year 3 and 4 children to Writhlington school to compete in two events. They were split into two levels of competition, level 1 - non gym club members and level 2 - gym club members. Both teams did so well and we are very proud of what they achieved. Their team spirit was amazing and they all memorized their routines brilliantly. Our level 2 team come 5th place and our level 1 team come in 1st place with Evie getting an individual gold medal and Chloe getting an individual silver for their routines. Well done to all the children.
Friday 5th October
"Last week we were fortunate enough to compete in the Biathlon which consists of swimming 50 metres and running 800 metres at Bath university. While we were registering we came across Jamie Cooke, a pentathlon athlete who recently won gold at the world championships in Mexico and a few of us proudly held his medal (Mrs Clarke and Mrs Smith were in awe). By the end of the day, when are legs were achy and we all desperately needed a shower, we were all extremely victorious and proud of our achievements"
By Till Cross.
Our sporting year got off to a great start this week with representatives from year 5 and 6 taking part in the Banes Partnership Primary Schools Cross Country. Conditions were perfect, clear skies and sunshine but not too hot!
Our St Nics team demonstrated excellent effort with wonderful encouragement and support for each other as they ran.
Congratulations to everyone that took part.
On a lovely afternoon this week we took a team of 7 enthusiastic netballers to the High 5 netball tournament at Somervale school. We were incredibly proud of the team work and dedication the girls showed. They fought hard in every game and didn't stop chasing that ball down until the final whistle blew. The improvement in the girls since the tournament last year was quite staggering. Huge Thank you to Sarah Cox who gives up her time every week to train the girls. We can't wait for the next match.
On Thursday 25th October our girl’s football team won their first match 2-1 on penalties against Midsomer Norton Primary. This is the first ever victory for our girls team. WELL DONE GIRLS!!!!
Wednesday 21st November
Our Girls Football team took part in a girls football tournament at Somervale school and made St Nics history and WON! The played against some tough teams in horrible wet and cold weather but they never gave up and did not concede any goals. They played four matches 0-0, 3-0, 1-0, 1-0.
We are so incredibly proud of them all. WELL DONE GIRLS!
Thank you to Mark for the training you have done with them and thank you also to Mrs Sam Smith for the training you do with them every Monday lunch time.
Monday 26th November
Our netball team set off for Somervale school for a netball cup match against clutton and played amazingly well. They worked very well as a team and to get to the cup had trained brilliantly especially with their footwork, which is great. Their passing was excellent throughout the game and they scored some fantastic goals. The score was 8-7 to Clutton but they still played extraordinary well. Thank you everyone that came to support the team and cheer them on.