St Mary's school football team played Fleetwood Charity today in the first game of the new season and what a game it was!
The "new" team displayed outstanding skill, determination and passion and for the first game demonstrated that this is a team to watch out for this year. Unfortunately, the team lost 2:1 however, if they had of converted the many shots they had on goal, they would have easily won today. The wind played a major factor on the ability to convert goals and I am sure we are going to see many goals as the year progresses. What a fantastic start to the year. Well done Lads and thank you Kevin!
St Mary's 2018.19 School Football Team
Sports Day Wednesday 11th July 2018
EYFS Sports Day at Cardinal Allen
A fantastic day at the Year 3/4 Girls Football Tournament at Poolfoot.
The annual swimming gala was held at the YMCA last night. St. Mary's were represented by an amazing group of children who showed tremendous determination, resilience and sportsmanship. Though we didn't make it to the finals, they are most certainly all winners. They did themselves and our wonderful school proud, well done team!
Our swimming stars: Tyler Kenyon, Riley Millar, Molly Penton, Evie Brickman-Reeves, Jake Denney, Harry Wright, Emily Randles, Lucas Randles, Kenzie Carney and Kenzie Schofield.
KS2 Football Tournament
KS1 Inclusion Festival - January 17th 2018 at Cardinal Allen.
Well done to St Mary's football team who are continuing to improve. On Tuesday 9th January they battled hard and played united as a team to end the game with two goals. Fantastic team work! Final score 5:2 to Fleetwood Charity. Keep up the good work team!
Standards in PE and attendance at after school clubs for autumn ii 2017.
St. Mary's School Football Team 2017.18. Well done to the children selected to represent our school in the school football league. We played our first game on Tuesday 19th September at Poolfoot against Fleetwood Charity. Unfortunately, we did not win our first game however, Lukas was named man of the match. Well done to you all!
Healthy Heads.This is a 5 week programme that looks at building character through both theory and physical activity lessons. Each week the children will focus on a different area of character (confidence, resilience, gratitude, success, helpfulness) By delivering the programme through physical activity and teaching how to effectively build character, children will retain thought process effectively which will be instilled as lifelong learners.
Spring term 2017 sports clubs. 156 children attended 1 or more clubs throughout the Spring term.
The Sport's Council raised £27.18 towards playground equipment during lunchtimes throughout the final week of the Spring term. Daily egg and spoon races took place and the fastest children from each class receiced a small prize.
On Thursday 9th March 2017 a selection of KS2 pupils took part in a KS2 Multi Skills event held at Millfield High school, Thornton. The children participated in range of activities: Boccia, Over the horse, Finder Keeps, Obstacle Relay, Treasure Island and Egg and Spoon Slalom.
KS1 Inclusion Multi Skills Festival
On Wednesday 18th January 2017 a selection of KS1 pupils took Part in a KS1 Multi Skills event held at Cardinal Allen High school. The children participated in range of activities: Boccia, Over the horse, Finder Keeps, Obstacle Relay, Treasure Island and Egg and Spoon Slalom.
On Thursday 1st December, 18 children took part in the Fleetwood Schools Year 5/6 Sportshall Athletics Competition held at Cardinal Allen.
The children competed in a range of track and field events.
On the track heats were held for boys and girls with the times across the heats being collated: Obstacle Relay, 1+1 lap relay, 2+2 lap relay, 6 Lap Paarlauf, Over/Under Relay, 4 x 1 Lap Relay.
Field events were also held at the same time for boys and girls, again with results also being collated for an overall score: Chest Push, Standing Long Jump, Standing Triple Jump, Vertical Jump, Foam Javelin and Speed Bounce.
St Mary's worked really hard, overall we were 5th with 124 points.
St Mary's Football Team
Match Report 24.11.16
It was a cold night at Poolfoot with many of the team playing their 1st ever competitive game. Only the captain Harry and vice captain Jake who had played in a league game before.
As the game kicked off St. Mary's set up just like they had practiced. Sacred Heart did all the attacking, St. Mary's with some good saves by keeper Robbie, great blocks by the back 3 and the midfield kept them out. Though with a rare counter attack with some good work in the midfield Harry slotted home in the bottom corner to put St. Marys 1-0 ahead. It was a great moment for the team. However Sacred Heart shot straight from the centre spot with an unstoppable shot to make it 1-1. St. Mary's held on to 1-1 at half time.
2nd half began and Sacred Heart kept attacking as St. Marys got tired. St. Mary's were determined not to let tiredness get in their way with blocks and great tackles. Although Sacred Heart scored another few goals St. Mary's would not give up. A few attacks by St. Mary's in the 2nd half with Jake making good runs and Ethan trying to help out the attack resulted in making their keeper make a few saves. Harry had a shot late on from 25 yards out which nearly caught the keeper out. The game ended 4-1 to Sacred Heart.
It was a spirited display from the boys and we are all proud of them not letting their heads go down. Well done St. Mary's.
Eleven of our year 3 children took part in the Aqua-Splash event at Fleetwood YMCA this week. The children thoroughly enjoyed the event and their behaviour and sportsmanship were impeccable. We came third overall which is amazing. Well done children, you did St. Mary's proud!
What a team!
KS1 Multi Skills Festival
On Wednesday 19th October a selection of KS1 pupils took Part in a KS1 Multi Skills event held at Cardinal Allen High school. The children participated in range of activities: Boccia, Over the horse, Finder Keeps, Obstacle Relay, Treasure Island and Egg and Spoon Slalom.
Fun at St. Mary's After School Sports Clubs.
Autumn II 2016 Sports Clubs and After School Provision