Some Yr 3’s, Yr 5’s and Elm Class all took part in an orienteering festival on Tuesday. There were two courses, C and D. They both included having to locate numbered posts. We had to follow a map to find them. We had a gadget to scan the posts which gave us a time. The aim was to do it in the quickest time possible.
We had a practice first and then we did it for real. We all had fun comparing times. All of us were out of breath at the end but enjoyed it.
By Honey and Inigo.
We had to play four separate games and in the total we drew one, won one and lost two. We found it challenging at some points of the game, however, we kept on going and tried to do our best! We would like to thank a few people for taking the year 5 girls to the festival: Mrs Barker, Mr Tomlinson and Mr Little. In conclusion, all the year 5 girls had a fantastic time at the festival!
Written by Isabel and Amelia
On the third of April 2019, the whole of Elm Class and 5 people from Lime Class went to Marlborough Golf Course for a Tri-golf festival. There were lots of different activities including Grand National, Bullseye, finders Keepers, Tunnel and Dominoes. The Grand National was a really good one because you had to chip it over the cones without hitting it out of bounds. There were 17 different teams from 4 different schools. Woodborough Yellow team came 2nd; Woodborough Blue came 10th and Woodborough Red team came 16th. We all had a great time and want to do it again next year when we are in Year 5.
On Wednesday the 20th March two teams went to Avon Valley College to compete in a tag rugby festival. We won two of our matches, drew one and lost two. We came fifth overall and we were really happy with how we played. We all really enjoyed the day and hope that the year fives can go back there again next year.
On the 5th of March 2019, 5 year fours, 2 year fives and 6 year sixes went to the gymnastics festival. We were split into 2 routines; the easy routine and the hard routine. There were lots of moves in the routines, both were hard to remember but in the end both teams did extremely well.
By Thomas and Harry
On Wednesday 6th of March 2019, five determined year five and six pupils went to Devizes Leisure Centre for a netball match against All Cannings School. In the third quarter we scored two goals but then in the last quarter they caught up with us and it ended in a draw, 2-2. We all had fun and can’t wait for next time. Thank you Mrs Crichard for continuing the club and leading our match.
By Teddie and Ollie
On the 27th of February 20 children from Y4, Y5 and Y6 went to Wellington Academy to play in a hockey tournament. We had 2 teams, the blue team and the red team, 10 on each side. Ned and Harry were the only year 4’s that participated – so well done! Both teams came 4th out of 7 teams. We got a trophy for sighing up for all of the sports events and got a certificate for getting lots of stickers. The stickers showed good sportsmanship.
Written by Jonty and Minnie.
On the 14th of February, 2 teams from Woodborough Primary School went to Marlborough College to compete against other schools. The teams were red and Blue. Freya won 2 of her races and Teddie won 1 and came 2nd in another. Both blue and red did very well and we enjoyed it. We worked very hard getting stickers consisting of Passion, Determination, Self-belief and Respect.
By Teddie and Hana
On Tuesday 22nd of January 2019, 3 teams, consisting of 27 children played in a netball festival. The 3 teams were team A, B and C.
The A team went outside and played competitive netball games. We lost one game, drew three and won one. We all enjoyed it very much and have all benefited from the experience. We came 3rd overall.
The B team enjoyed all of it! We won all of our matches so that meant we came first in the fun competition. We all played really well and hope we can go there again soon.
The C team played very well considering some of use haven’t done much netball before. We did really well – 2nd in the fun competition and we hope we can do it next time.
By Molly S, Annie and Fred
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On Friday 11th January 2019 Kairan, Joshua, David, Alexei, Belle, Jamie-Leigh, Ethan, Sam and Jacob went too Avon Valley Collage to play boccia. There were three teams, the red, the blue and the green team. We played two rounds in each game. After we finished, we were told the scores red team came 6th blue came 5th and green team came joint first with one of the other schools. We all had lots of fun and hope we can do it again.
By Kairan and Joshua.
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