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Everyone at Cleves would like to wish our Year 6 pupils the very best of luck as they leave us to move onto their new secondary schools. This week, we shared a rather embarrassing montage with them and we thought you might also like to view it,
Last week during assembly, we celebrated the many sporting achievements of the past academic year. At the end of the assembly we showed the children a video and we have uploaded it below as we thought you might like to see it.
Sunday 27th May 2018 will live long in the memory of our year 5/6 football team who not only got to play at Wembley in a national final but also went on to win the game 3 v 0.
The final was as a result of entering the EFL Kids cup competition which started with the club round at AFC Wimbledon back in November. Having comprehensively navigated this competition, we went to Oxford to play in the regional finals in March which saw us impressively beat Southend 3v1 in an entertaining final.
In the final we were pitched up against South Failsworth Primary School from Manchester who were representing Oldham Athletic and playing at Wembley for the fourth time. We thought we had done amazingly well to get there for a second time!
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On Tuesday 1st May our Year 6 football team played Whitgift School in the Surrey County Finals at Leatherhead Youth. Following a successful season which has seen the team win all 10 league games and 3 cup games, they were searching for the perfect ending. Having played Whitgift in the final in the past three years, we knew we were in for a tough game but given our success in the final last year, we were confident we could be crowned champions once again.
This academic year has seen the school running club go from strength to strength. In total we have 331 children signed up for the club which equates to nearly half the pupil population at Cleves. It is great to see so many children committed to arriving at school at 8am on a Thursday morning and running with their friends. Many of these, over the course of the year, have completed the distance of a marathon and received their medal for doing so at the end of the spring term. In fact, there are a large number of children who have attended the club every single week since September in rain, wind, sun and even snow!