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St Veronica's Sports Challenge

 

Thank you to everyone who has participated in the the St Veronica's Sports Challenges, the results are now in!

 

We have had over one hundred entries and have seen some incredible improvements over the four weeks with children showing us their school games values of determination, honesty, respect, self belief, passion and teamwork! We have enjoyed viewing your videos, photographs and emails and are so impressed with the different ways you have been keeping active whilst at home.

 

There is a PDF, below the results, which can be printed out at home for all of the children that have taken part over the last half term.

 

The children will receive their bronze, silver & gold certificates when we return in the autumn term.

 

Have a fantastic summer and stay safe.

 

The St Veronica's Sports Team

St Veronica’s Virtual Sport Challenges

 

Spar Lancashire School Games are hosting a virtual sports day and we thought that at St Veronica’s we could use this opportunity to hold our first set of virtual sports challenges which will run until the end of term and can be entered multiple times to try to improve on your last go!

 

Using the Lancashire School Games video resources below we would like as many of our children to participate and send in a picture and/or video to sports@st-veronicas.lancs.sch.uk

 

Every child that takes part will receive a certificate of participation and the top three boys and girls from each class will receive a special certificate.

 

The top three boys & girls from each year group will be displayed on the school website each Friday until the end of term.

St Veronica’s will be doing the following events:

 

Speed Bounce

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ef_n_SlR7fs&feature=youtu.be&safe=active

 

Distance Throw

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IsYXvLDHARE&feature=youtu.be&safe=active

 

Throw Clap Catch

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76PRTU4I5rM&feature=youtu.be&safe=active

 

Sprint 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oosbXO-0v7I&feature=youtu.be&safe=active

Egg & Spoon – Use the sprint track for distance

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vb8PfMYQkaM&feature=youtu.be&safe=active

 

Long Distance (Rossendale Virtual Mile) - This can be found on the school website under ‘Stay in Workouts’. Run a mile, record your time & send it in!

 

We are looking forward to seeing your entries.

 

Good Luck!                  

 

The St Veronica's sports team

Well done to our Year 3/4 Athletics team. They performed brilliantly to finish second place in the qualifiers tournament. It was a great effort from everyone.

Year 3/4 Dodgeball. All the children represented the school excellently and should be really proud of their efforts.

Year 5/6 Dodgeball Inclusion event. Well done to out team who performed brilliantly.

Year 5/6 Dodgeball. Well done to all the children who represented the school at dodgeball. They didn’t’ make it through to the next round but they displayed excellent sportsmanship throughout.

Year 5/6 Athletic team. Well done to our Year 5/6/Athletics team who narrowly missed out on reaching the finals, after they finished second in qualifying.

Sports Ambassadors - they had their first assembly explaining how they will try and improve the school in terms of sport.

We done to our Year 5/6 Football team who managed to qualify for the Rossendale finals. In the finals they won , drew and lost in their group narrowly missing out on qualifying for the final. Well done boys. Great effort!

Well done to our year 5/6 Netball team who played so well at the netball tournament. They won one, drew two and lost one and finished second in their heat...fantastic!

Year 4/5 Cricket - Well done for our year 4/5 Cricket team who played so well at the recent cricket tournament. They won one and lost one and finished second overall.

A massive congratulations to our Cheerleading team who came third in the cheerleading competition. They all worked so hard to learn the routine in such a short space of time. Well done guys.

Sooooooooo...close. A huge well done to our cricketers who narrowly finished runners up in Rossendale School Cricket Tournament. They beat Tonnacliffe in the first match before facing St James the Less in the decider. In a nail biting match that could have gone either way, we narrowly lost by 5 runs. All the players have improved tremendously through each round and they should be really proud of their efforts.

Yr 3/4 Rossendale Cricket runners-up. Well done!

We are in the finals. Well done to the Year 3/4 Cricket team who have made into the Rossendale finals next week. Good luck everyone!

A big well done to our boys and girls who played in the Rossendale table-tennis event. Unlike most sports, the children were playing as individuals. They all represented the school well, and we even won the event in the boys competition.Well done Jacob!

Introducing our School Sport Crew. They will be aiming to promote school sport throughout school.

Well done to our Year 3/4 Cricket team who have won through to the semi-finals of the Rossendale Schools Cricket Competition. They beat Water Primary and just squeezed past Stubbins with a 1 run victory!

Well done to the boys who took part in the Mulit Skills morning at Fearns School. They did really well in all the activities and came away with a certificate and medal each.

Well done to our Year 3/4 handball team. They played in their first tournament and they all played really well. They also got to be our first team to wear our new sports kit.

Year 5/6 Football finals. A massive well done to out Year 5/6 footballers who, after winning the Rossendale tournament, played brilliantly at the Lancashire finals held at Blackburn Rovers. They finished in second place overall and played football of a very high quality. A big thank-you to Mr Harrison for all his time and effort in getting the team ready.

Well played boys!

Year 6 Badminton. Well done to Luke and Harvey who performed excellently in the Year 6 Badminton competition at Fearns. The boys finished second and only lost out narrowly from winning their group.

Year 3/4 Athletics team. A huge well done to our Year 3/4 Athletics team who, after winning their qualifier tournnament, then managed to finish 3rd in the Rossendale Schools finals. Well done everyone!

Year 5/6 Athletics. Our Year 5/6 Athetics team performed brilliantly at the Rossendale finals. After some amazing sprinting, the team managed to pick up the bronze medals. Well done everyone!

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