Extra Curricular Results
Sports reports covering the events below written by the team from Horsham District Sports Development can be accessed by clicking here.
The photographs and reports below relate to the 2016/2017 Academic Year.
The children participated in a middle distance run, a sprint, a standing long jump and a vortex howler throw. All competed to a high standard with the Year 3 & 4 team coming 5th and the Year 5 & 6 team gaining 4th place.
Year 6 Kwik Cricket Tournament
The team developed their bowling and batting skills during the day, losing two matches and winning three.
Year 6 Rounders Tournament
The team lost their opening match and went in to the "B" League where, thanks to their expert fielding, they won the next three matches to become Champions of their League.
Year 5 Horsham Indoor Bowls Festival
We learned how to play, ably coached by members from Horsham Indoor Bowls Centre. Then we competed against other Horsham Schools and secured 1st and 2nd places.
Year 3 & 4 Fun Run
The children completed two laps of the challenging course in Horsham Park running with pupils from three other schools.
Year 6 Football Cup
Our goalkeeper and defenders played very well and despite some attacking play the team lost all their matches. However they remained positive in defeat and displayed great sportsmanship.
Year 5 Football Cup
The team lost both their matches in the League despite strong attacking play. In the next round they beat Southwater "B" 5-0 and drew against Northolmes to achieve 9th place overall.
The team played attacking netball and were unlucky to lose three of their four matches. Their win against All Saints was a resounding victory when they scored six goals which helped them to achieve fourth place in the League.
Year 4 Football Cup
The team played with determination in their League attaining third place after three matches. In their playoff match against Greenway they were defeated but persevered right to the final whistle to achieve 6th place overall.
Year 3 Football Cup
Despite the very muddy conditions, the team played well after a tentative start, drawing three matches, losing two and winning two. They achieved 4th place overall.
Year 6 Swimming Gala
The children swam well against other Horsham Schools winning many of their heats and gaining joint 5th place overall.
Year 3 / 4 New Age Kurling
The team learned lots of new skills focusing on accuracy and pace. Then they used these techniques to compete against teams from other schools.
Year 5 / 6 Sportshall Athletics
The team participated in jumping, running and throwing events to a high standard. The Year 6 girls' running team performed particularly well.
Year 3 / 4 Sportshall Athletics
The children took part in both field and track events against other Horsham schools. Our Year 4 girls paarlauf team performed well as did our Year 4 javelin throwers.
Year 5 / 6 Table Tennis "B" League
The team played five rounds of matches against twelve other teams over a period of five weeks. They were all new to the sport and their skills improved over the succession of matches. They achieved a creditable 11th place in the League and now play confidently.
Year 6 Tag Rugby Festival
On a sunny cold afternoon the children played six matches, drawing one and winning five. The developed their skills and match tactics which really showed in their play.
Years 5 & 6 Cross Country Running Event
On a beautifully sunny, cold afternoon our boys and girls competed in separate races over a 13oo metre course at Christ's Hospital. Everyone ran well and gained a medal. Our best placed runner finished 11th.
Years 5 & 6 Badminton Team Competition
The teams really enjoyed playing on full-size courts and learning how to score. Both teams played well with long rallies and attained 3rd and 1st places.
Years 3 & 4 Badminton Skills Festival
The team participated in a variety of skills-based activities and had the opportunity to play against Sports Leaders from Collyer's Sixth Form College.
Year 6 Hockey League
In the second round of matches the team attacked strongly and won all three of their matches without conceding a single goal.
Year 6 Aquatics Festival
This was a non-competitive event designed to give the children experience of a variety of disciplines. They learned lifesaving skills, synchronized swimming, diving and tumble turns for competitive swimming.
Year 4 Football League
Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances the team were two players short and had to borrow players from St Mary's and Kingslea. Nevertheless they attacked the opposition strongly and were unlucky to draw two matches and lose one.
Year 6 Football League
In the second round of matches the team played in Division B, winning their games convincingly. They played in the Division B final but unfortunately lost to Shelley despite strong attacking play to achieve Runners-Up position.