On Wednesday 28th June ten Yr6s- Jed, Paige, Ruby, Arthur, Jessica, Rjay, Georgina, Jude, Josephine and Daniel- went to Stonehenge School for an orienteering festival. We had two runs- one a practice run and one the actual run when we were timed. We had a map and a piece of plastic to slot into these scanners when we got to the right number however some of the numbers were quite hard to find. Afterwards, we found out that we came 4th overall. We all had a great day and we were all pleased with our times we did it in.
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On Wednesday 24th May, 10 Year 6’s and 6 Year 5’s went to Collingbourne and took part in a cricket festival. Even though it was stifling hot, we still played to the highest standard. Woodborough B consisted of Jarrad, Jude, Jed, Jake Hickman, Carter, Callum, John and Adam. Wodborough A was made up of Cameron, Fred, Tom, Jonny, Jake Tilbury, Ronan, Riley and Will. Woodborough B won three matches and lost three. Woodborough A won five of their matches and lost one. Woodborough A’s final match against Ramsbury A was very close. We only just lost and we were very disappoint that we didn’t get into the county final. Thank you to all the parents who took all of the children to the event.
By Fred and Jarrad
1 team of 4 girls and 6 boys went from year 5/6 to Devizes rugby club for the tag finals. We got put into a group with five others. Sadly we didn’t make it out of our group losing 4 and winning 1 but at least we didn’t come last in it. We then went into another group with the other teams that came 4th in their group. We won the first game 8-6, drew the next game 6-6 and we lost in the third one. We all had a great day out and hope our team have get to the finals next year as well.
By Tom and John
On Wednesday 26th April Morrigan Adam, Oscar, Carter, Sam, Riley, Nathaniel, Jake, Woody and Ashley went to High Post golf club for a tri-golf tournament. There were 10 schools that took part from across Wiltshire. We had to go round 8 stations with different activities. There were 2 rests in between. All of these stations used our golfing skills. There were some stations that we found hard (the chipping into the air) and others were really easy. On station 3 we were the only team to complete it and hit all the cones with our putters. Overall we came 3rd out of ten with 634 points. We did really well considering we only had 2 lessons at school!
By Morrigan and Adam
On Monday 3rd April, a team of nine year 5 and 6 participated in a netball festival. We were in pool A and played 5 different schools and unfortunately lost 4 matches. We really tried our best so we won one of our matches with a great score of 3-0. We really enjoyed it and we can’t wait to go to the next one.
By Bonnie and Lucy
On Wednesday 29th March Lucy, Bonnie, Isabel, Caitlin, Tamzin, Fred and Tom went to a netball match in Devizes to play against Rowde. We all had a confident start and the were close but as the game progressed.
By Bonnie and Lucy
On Thursday 9th March Tamzin, Isabel, Caitlin, Lucy, Bonnie, Fred and Tom went to play a netball Match against All Cannings B team. In the beginning, we were very confident and that continued throughout the game. At the end we won 8-1 and we all played extremely well.
The amazing Cherry Class have been swimming all term at Marlborough Pool. We all worked super-hard to achieve our 25m badges. On the 29th March, we swam as many lengths as possible and some us swam 25m while others swam more than 1000m! We all enjoyed getting our swimming hats and badges in School Meeting!
By Dougal and Emily
Tuesday 7th March 8 year 6’s and 9 year 5’s took part in a tag rugby festival at Pewsey School. Woodborough A won all of their matches however Woodborough B came won one and lost three. It was a very tough festival but all teams played exceptionally well. Woodborough B came 4th in their pool and Woodborough A came first. As a result of this, Woodborough A went into the final against Clarendon. In a thrilling final we beat them 4-2! In addition to this, we got the golden ticket and we are through to the County final. We need to say a big thanks to all the parents who provided transport and helped at the match. Also we need to say special thank you to Mrs Barker and Mrs Bethel for being team coaches. Finally, our biggest thank you goes to all the children who took part.
By Fred and Ronan
On Wednesday Lime Class went to an orienteering festival at Avon Valley College. Woodborough won first place overall and team 5 of the relay won medals. Mattie and Amelia were the top scorers. We won a medal and a certificate each. We had lots of fun and everyone tried their best.
By Zara, Mattie and Amelia-Rose