Three of our children took part in the Cross Country Final held at Cottingham. They had a tough race ahead after loosing one of their team members to illness. The race started well but one of the girls suffered a stitch. She determinedly raced on after a short rest and her team members went back to join her after finishing and they all crossed the finish line together. In the words of one of the spectating parents, “The teamwork, determination, resilience and pure friendship could not have shone brighter and they did the school, themselves and us as parents proud. ” Well done to Ruby, Katy and Maddison.
Fab photo of Lewis representing his club at the Rotherham Metro Gala in Sheffield. Well done on all your medals Lewis!
Well done to everyone who competed in the Cross Country event a couple of weeks ago in what only can be described as awful conditions. You will be pleased to know we did ABSOLUTELY AMAZING and won three out of the four team events. So the children who have advanced as part of the winning teams are below. Tonight there is a letter in your bag explaining all the details of the next round so please feel free to contact me.with any queries
Year 3/4 Girls Winning Team:
Ava H, Ruby R, Katy M, Maddison V
Year 3/4 Boys Winning Team:
Joshua T, Theo M, Jack S, Bodhi C
Year 5/6 Boys Winning Team:
Ted M, Oliver W, Leo S, James C
Archie spent the weekend at the 2nd round of the British Youth Nationals Little Silver event. He got 20th overall out of 39. He went 14-19-18-32. He did amazingly as he had some crashes and bad starts! Well done Archie we are proud of your achievements.
Emily continues to enjoy playing for Yorkshire. She recently played against Nottinghamshire winning both games and Captained the team for one of the games.
This week KS 2 enjoyed an intra school sports competition… Euro ’21.
Great skill and lots of enthusiasm! It was great fun!
On Friday the children in KS 2 took part in an athletics competition. They all enjoyed a variety of events.
Mrs Wylde, the SSCo for the Hornsea Cluster said…. ‘Please congratulate all the pupils from us. They all listened well and gave great performances. I was particularly impressed with Mr Mallison’s group, who hardly flinched during a pretty heavy hailstorm!!’
The results for each class are in!
Year 3/4 1st Team: Group 2 (Molly, Freddie, Lottie, Georgina, Katy, Riley, William, Evie, Liam, James)
2nd Team: Group 1
3rd Team: Group 3
Boy Overall: Oliver
Girl Overall: Ruby
Year 4/5 1st Team: Group 2 (Lachlan, Arthur, Alfie, Reuben, Lily, Annabelle, Lily, Lacy, Pippa, Lily)
2nd Team: Group 1
3rd Team:Group 3
Top Boy Overall: Reuben
Top Girl Overall: Pippa
Year 6 1st Team: Group 3 (Jack, Seb, Grace, Erin, Chloe, Maddie, Rufus, Daisy, Sarah)
2nd Team: Group 2
3rd Team: Group 1
Top Boy Overall: Wilf
Top Girl Overall: Emily
Congratulations to Emily who has been invited to join Yorkshire Women’s Cricket club. Emily has always had a love for Cricket and this is an amazing opportunity to validate her fantastic talent. Well done Emily- We are all so proud of you!
Good morning Brandesburton! Today I’d like to introduce to you a bit of a challenge for the next two weeks. As you can see by the title it’s called the Keepy-Uppy challenge!! All I want you to do it to try and keep an object in the air either with your body or with some form of equipment for as long as you can!!
Some of the staff have been having a go at school to give you some ideas.
Can you beat any of us?!
So there you go. You can have a go at the challenges we have done or even better show us something new!! What ideas have you got? What different things can you keep in the air?! You can even get your parents involved! See who can keep your chosen item in the air the longest! We can not wait to see your ideas.
Good luck Brandesburton!!
Now for all you keen footballers out there I thought I would set you an incredibly difficult Keepy-Uppy challenge for you and any parents to have a go at. Have a little look at the videos below to find out more.
So there we go Brandesburton. Some PE challenges for you all to have a go at. Good luck and we all can not wait to see your ideas and attempts!
We have now received the fantastic results from the Virtual Cross Country. We won the 3/4 boys, 5/6 boys, 3/4 girls and came second in the 5/6 girls. This means we are now through to the Partnership Race. Mr Barnes will post further information when he receives it.