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Barnburgh Primary School

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PE

"I've missed 9000 shots in my career. I've lost almost 300 games. 26 times I've been trusted to take the winning shot and missed. I've failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed" (Michael Jordan)

PE stands for Physical Education and is an important and valued part of our school curriculum. PE helps our children develop their physical fitness. As part of this they learn that it is highly important to include exercise and physical activity as part of their lifestyle. Likewise, they also learn how to stretch their physical capacities, enhance their stamina as well as strengthen their muscles.

PE also helps our children develop teamwork and sportsmanship.  Children are encouraged to display our 5 Core Values through their participation in sport.

We work closely with Xcite Sports and Fitness company. Please click on the link below to view their website,

https://www.xcitesportsandfitness.org

 

Y5/6 Cheerleading - Wednesday 27th October

Campsmount Academy

9 boys and 17 girls, from Years 5 & 6, represented Barnburgh school at the Cheerleading competition at Campsmount Academy. With the help of Rachel Carter from RLC Rockets Cheer & Dance, the children created a cheer routine. They competed against 8 other primary schools at the competition.

 

Barnburgh Primary School came 3rd out of 9 teams!

 

Well done to the cheerleading team for their hard work and perseverance! You would not have believed that this was their first time cheerleading!

Year One Multi-Skills: Year One went to Doncaster Dome to join in with different physical activities. The children rotated around activities such as Sharky Shark, hoop games and ball games. All the children loved joining in and learning some new games!

Year 5/6 Girl's Football Tournament - Thursday 24th October 

Astrea Academy Woodfields, Balby

Sixteen girls from Year 5/6 represented the school in a football tournament at Astrea Academy Woodfields in Balby.  We had two teams. They first played in the group stages.

Miss Watson’s team

Miss Millington’s team

Barnburgh 0 – 2 Hayfield Lane

Plover 3 – 0 Barnburgh

Barnburgh 0 – 0 Auckley

Barnburgh 0 – 3 Castle Hills

Barnburgh 1 – 0 Owston

Barnburgh 0 – 4 Bentley New Village

Barnburgh 1 – 0 Shaw Wood

 

Ending on 7 points – 3rd in group

Ending on 0 points – 4th in group

 

Miss Watson’s team went on to play in another group for 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th place. They beat Kirk Sandall 2 – 1 and then lost to Richmond Hill 2 – 1.  Overall, Miss Watson’s team finished 10th in the competition.

Mrs  Millington’s team went on to play two friendlies as they came last in their group. They drew both of these 0 – 0.

Well done to everyone who took part and represented the school in a superb way! It was the first time that these teams have played together. I would like to give a special mention to Maddison in Year 6 who scored every goal for Miss Watson’s team.

KS2 Sportability - Wednesday 23rd October

Don Valley Academy 

10 boys and 1 girl, from KS2, represented the school at Sportability at Don Valley Academy. The children took part in Boccia and New Age Kurling. We had a team of 6, mixed year 3,4 & 5 children (Barnburgh 1) and a team of 5, mixed years 5&6 children (Barnburgh 2). 

 

Barnburgh 1 - Boccia:

Barnburgh 1 finished in joint 2nd place out of 5 teams. 

Barnburgh 1 - Kurling:

Barnburgh 1 finished 3rd place out of 5 teams. 

Barnburgh 2 - Boccia:

Barnburgh 2 finished jointed 2nd place out of 5 teams. 

Barnburgh 2 0 Kurling:

Barnburgh 2 finished in 1st place, winning their group in Kurling. 

 

Well done to all the teams for their hard work and perseverance!

Year 5/6 Boy's and Girl's Hockey Tournament - Thursday 17th October 

Hill House School

 

Twenty-one children from Year 5/6 represented the school in a hockey tournament at Hill House School in Auckley.  We had a girls’ team and a boys’ team. They first played three different teams in a group stage. The results are below.

Boys’ Team

Girls’ Team

Barnburgh 1 – 0 Auckley C

Town Fields 0 – 0 Barnburgh

Barnburgh 2 – 0 Richmond Hill C

Barnburgh 1 – 0 Castle Hills

Barnburgh 0 – 1 Castle Hills

Barnburgh 0 – 0 St Oswalds

Barnburgh 1 – 0 Shaw Wood

St Peters 0 – 0 Barnburgh

 

Auckley B 1 – 1 Barnburgh

 

Woodlands 0 – 1 Barnburgh

Ending on 4 points – 2nd in group

Ending on 10 points – 4th in group

 

In the boys’ competition, all teams that finished 2nd, 3rd and 4th in all groups went through to play friendlies. Barnburgh played Hayfield Lane and won 2 – 0.

In the girls’ competition, all teams that finished 1st and 2nd went through to play in the finals. That meant Barnburgh were knocked out of the competition.

Well done to everyone who took part and represented the school in a superb way! It was the first time that Barnburgh has taken part in a hockey competition or even played with wooden hockey sticks. All adults were definitely impressed.

Key Stage 2 Cross Country Competition - Thursday 10th October 2019

Keepmoat Stadium

Twenty children from across Key Stage 2 represented the school in the Doncaster School Games Cross Country competition at the Keepmoat Stadium. The children competed in the following categories:

  • Year 3/4 Girls
  • Year 3/4 Boys
  • Year 5/6 Girls
  • Year 5/6 Boys

The children raced against almost 140 children. The children raced independently but their scores were combined to make a team total. Where they finished in their race was their score and the lowest overall score won. Each team had 4/5 children in. The results are below:

Year 3/4 Girls

Joint 10th out of 29 teams. 

Year 3/4 Boys

11th out of 31 teams. 

Year 5/6 Boys

15th out of 33 teams.

Year 5/6 Girls

6th out of 32 teams. 

The top 5 teams qualified for the South Yorkshire finals so the Year 5/6 girls just missed out of qualification. All the children ran to the best of their ability and we were all so proud of their ambition and perseverance throughout our first Cross Country competition. 

Key Stage 2 Cross Country Competition

Year 3/4 Boy's and Girl's Football Tournament - Thursday 3rd October 

Keepmoat Stadium

Twenty boys and seven girls represented the school in a football competition at the Keepmoat Stadium. We had two teams of ten boys and one team of seven girls. The games were 7-a-side.

Boy's Team A

The boy's teams played 4 games in the group stages. Team A drew their first game against Castle Hills 0-0. They lost their second game against St Wilfred's 2-0. Drew the third game 0-0 against Owston B and lost the last game 4-0 against Shaw Wood. The team finished in the group stages. 

Boy's Team B

The boy's teams played 4 games in the group stages. Team B lost their first game against Green Top 3-0. They lost their second game against Richmond Hill A 4-0. Lost the third game 1-0 against Hayfield Lane and lost the last game 3-0 against Kirk Sandall. The team finished in the group stages. 

Girl's Team

The girl's teams played 5 games in the group stages. They won their first game against Hayfield Lane 4-1 with Charlotte scoring a hat trick and Isabella scoring one. They won their second game against Holy Family 2-0 with Evie scoring both goals. Drew the third game 1-1 against Windhill with Maddie scoring the goal for us. They won the fourth game 1-0 against Ivanhoe A with Maddie scoring again. The final game they lost 6-0 against Sunnyfields. The team made it through to the quarter-finals against West Road. They unfortunately lost this game. 

Well done to all the teams for their hard work and perseverance!

Year 3/4 Boy's and Girl's Football Competition

Year 5/6 Football Tournament - Thursday 26th September - Goals, Doncaster

Twenty children from Year 5/6 represented the school in a football competition at Goals on Wheatley Hall Road.  We had two teams of three children. Each team had a mixture of girls and boys. They first played three different teams in a group stage.

 

The results are below.

 

Barnburgh A 1 – 1 Auckley B (Joe Y5 goal scorer)

Barnburgh B 0 – 3 Warmsworth

St Peters 0 – 1 Barnburgh A (Seth Y6 goal scorer)

Our Lady Mount Carmel 4 – 0 Barnburgh B

Copley A 2 – 0 Barnburgh B

Auckley C 1 – 0 Barnburgh B

Ending on 4 points – 3rd in group

Ending on 0 points – 4th in group

 

All teams that finished 3rd and 4th in all groups went through to the Plate Competition.

 

The results are as below.

Round of 16

Barnburgh A 1 – 0 Owsten (Matthew Y6 goal scorer)

Windhill 0 – 1 Barnburgh B (Charlie Y6 goal scorer)

Quarter Final

Kirk Sandall 0 – 0 Barnburgh A

Barnburgh won 3-2 on penalties

(Joe Y5, Seth Y6 and Matthew Y6 goal scorers)

Barnburgh B 3 – 5 Copley B (Aaron Y6, Lucas x 2 Y6 goal scorers)

Barnburgh B knocked out

Semi Final

Barnburgh A 2 – 0 Ivanhoe (Harry and Matthew Y6 goal scorers)

 

Final

Barnburgh A 1 – 3 Shaw Wood (Own goal)

Barnburgh Runners Up

 

 

Well done to everyone who took part and represented the school in a superb way!

Year 5/6 Boy's Football Competition

UPCOMING COMPETITIONS AUTUMN TERM 2019:

Thursday 26th September - Year 5/6 Boy's Football, Thursday 3rd October - Year 3/4 Boy's and Girl's Football, Thursday 10th October - KS2 Cross Country, Thursday 17th October - Year 5/6 Boy's and Girl's Hockey, Wednesday 23rd October - KS2 Sportability, Thursday 24th October - Year 5/6 Girl's Football.

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Competitions 2018-19

Write-ups from the competitions 2018-19.

Competitions 2017-18