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Sports News

District Sports and Lusso Homes
Everyone who competed in the District Sports competition last month were given brand new running vests to wear. Lusso Homes kindly sponsored these and the children clearly loved them because the results were incredible. Year 3 and 4 children won their age groups and Year 5 and 6 both came second in their competition. This meant that Cleves were crowned overall champions - one better than last year! Well done to all who competed, in particular Zak Gollings, Lina Domukai, Jessica Swetman, George Bennett and Bella Janssens who won their individual events.

Thanks again to Lusso Homes for their kind sponsorship - hopefully they will become lucky vests in years to come!

Rounders
Year 5 - Well done  to Tegan Watkins, Jake Brierley, Isabella Curling, Zoe Carpenter, Athena O’Loughlin, Ben Fry, Harri Edmunds, Lily Cashmore, Molly Flaherty and the intrepid reserves Jack Mulcahy and Sonny Takab for proudly representing Cleves at the Year 5 Rounders Tournament also held at Cardinal Newman.  The team worked hard on developing their collaborative and ball skills and by game 3 played their best game.  Whilst it was not enough to get them to the next stages they all learnt a lot from the experience and were pleased to take part.  Well done for your support of each other and enjoying the matches.

Year 6 - Well done to Ellis Turner, Nathan Benyon, Freddie Boon, Matthew Bishop, Morgan Rees, Owen Ingold, Abby Stuart, Charlotte Drew, Sorcha McGrane and Georgia Thomson for reaching the semi-finals in the Year 6 Rounders Tournament held at Cardinal Newman. They played their socks off and showed great team spirit. You should be really proud of your achievements and be grateful that the rain held off. Well done all!

Cricket
Well done to all the Year 5 children who competed in a tournament arranged by Chance To Shine Cricket Cooperation. They competed at Walton Cricket Club against other local schools. We took two teams and both teams managed to win matches. One of the squads managed to get through to the final to play Ashley. Ashley were a very strong side but Cleves gave them everything they had and fielded and batted tremendously to win the tournament by a nail-biting eight runs. A fantastic achievement Year 5. Well done for being the first school to be engraved on the new shiny cup that you brought back to Cleves.

A huge thank you to Mrs Eastwood for taking the children and to all the parents that supported the event.

Sports Day
What a fantastic two days! We had great weather, great support by parents and great sporting participation from all the children. I have been sent some fantastic pictures of the day and it is clear from the children’s faces that they thoroughly enjoyed cheering on their team’s colour and being a part of a team.

Overall, the blue team won by only 15 points. Both days were very close and it was lovely to see so many different activities available for the children to access and to then finish with some competitive fun. Heathside’s Sports Leaders were excellent and really encouraged our children to do there best and helped the morning run smoothly. We will be keeping the similar structure for next year as it seemed to be enjoyed by all. If you have any suggestions for activities you would like to see included or ideas for the day please email me: smatthews@cleves.co.uk

Thank you parents for encouraging, supporting, cheering all the children on and for being good sports at the end and running in your own race.

Sports Assembly
Recently, we held a sporting assembly at Cleves to celebrate everything every child in the school had achieved, whether it was intra-school, inter-school or personal sporting achievements. It was an assembly to share how physical activity can be shared by all and can support the healthiness and happiness of every child. Many awards were shared for a variety of competitive sporting activities too.

Well done to:

  • Tom Jones for gaining the overall athletics award for 2014

  • Georgia Thomson for Year 6 player of the year in netball

  • Saffron Dearsley for Year 5 player of the year in netball

  • Lewis Matton for Year 5 player of the year in football

  • Timmy Hamilton for Year 6 player of the year in football

  • Alex Popper for Year 6 player of the year in girl's football.

Well done to every child who has achieved something this year in a sporting context. Cleves has had a very successful year due to the children’s dedication and commitment.

There are only four awards now left to give out. These are the Lower and Upper Boys’ and Girls’ Sports awards which will be given out in the final assembly of the year.


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