After last nights win against Yarnfield the YR 5/6 football team are champions with a game to spare. The highlight from a brilliant display was an overhead kick goal from Max.
Congratulations to the boys.
The boys will be looking to maintain their 100% record in their last match against Severne next month.
Next match is the HMS cup quarter final on thursday.
Friday 23rd March saw Billesley school support sport relief. The pupils raised money by having the privilege of wearing their own sports gear on the day.
During the day all year groups took part in a run of different distances. Key stage 1 loved the run around the whole of school playground with the two exercise stations, 10 star jumps and 5 squats. This was brilliantly supported by our year 5 playleaders.
Key stage 2 had the same exercise stations but ran a mile starting at school and running to the end of Trittiford road and back again accompanied by our fit and athletic staff and cheered on by the local community.
The spirit of sport relief was evident throughout the day, children and staff smiling and laughing while exercising .
The year 5/6 football team have had some excellent results in recent weeks.
They are as follows:
February 26th – Vs Chilcote – WON 3-0 – League
March 8th – Vs Kings Norton – WON 4-2 – HMS Cup
9th March – Vs Colmore/Oaks – WON 7-4/Points awarded
The boys hope to take the good form into the next league and cup fixtures coming up this week.
Wednesday 21st March 2018 twelve year 5/6 pupils took part in the megafest tag rugby competition at Camp Hill rugby club. It was a whole day event in which the players were coached in the morning and then took part in a competition format in the afternoon.
Billesley acquitted themselves brilliantly finishing in 3rd place overall. Our children were a credit to the school and played with enthusiasm and respect throughout the day.
Thursday 1st March 2018 we were given a brilliant opportunity to take a group year 1 and 2 girls to participate in one of Judy Murray’s tennis she rallies. This is a program that focuses on getting girls engaged in sport through tennis.
We took 29 girls to Edgbaston Priory Tennis club where they did 2 hours of different tennis and coordination based activities. A variety of equipment meant that all the girls could access the skills in many different ways.
The girls were a credit to the school and enjoyed the whole afternoon immensely.
If you wanted to know more about the she rally program see: http://sherallies.com/