Monthly Archives: November 2017

Netball Festival

On Wednesday 22nd November two teams of 9 went to Wellington Academy for a netball festival. 9 teams participated in total. Woodborough A consisted of Morrigan, Caitlin, Callum, Adam, Will G, Freya, Minnie, Ava and Tamzin. We all played really well and we managed to win all our games except two that we drew. We came overall second only missing out on goal difference 25 – 21. Thank you Mrs Wren for supporting us the whole way through.


Photos to follow…

Year 5 and 6 Girls’ Football Festival

On the 9th November 2017 8 girls from year 5/6 went to a football tournament at Avon valley college they were Caitlin, Phoebe, Freya, Katelyn, Annie, Zara, Ava and Skye. We played four games, the first was against Larkhill primary school, the second was against Saint Marys, the third against Amesbury and the last against Figheldean. We won 1 and lost 3. Even though we didn’t win the majority of our games we still had a lot of fun and were very proud of ourselves

By Phoebe Caitlin

Year 5 and 6 Football Festival

On November 6th 2017, two teams from year 5 and 6 entered the mixed football festival at Avon Valley College. Woodborough A team won four matches, drew one and lost two and eventually came 5th. Woodborough B played really well and came 8th. Logan played brilliantly in goal.

Everyone had a great time and the Year 5’s learnt a lot ready for next year.

By Woody and Logan

(Photos on Sports Board)


The Sports Leadership Course

On Wednesday the 18TH of October all the house captains (Phoebe, Riley, Morrigan, Carter Sam, Caitlin, Jake and Tamzin) went to Avon Valley Collage on a course to learn how to teach the change4life club.

When we arrived we had to do a game to warm us up. We were spilt up into groups and we had to work together to overturn the cards in a certain order. That was ace, 2,3,4 all the way up to ten then Jack, Queen and last the king. After that, we looked at the booklets we were given and answered a few questions about what skills a good leader needed. Then we played another game where we had to hit and say all the numbers up to thirty in order – which were on plates in a muddled up order – but if we did it wrong we would have to start again.

We then had lunch in the dinner hall. Then we were put into groups and given a game to create and lead. Every group tried each other’s game and we all found how hard it is to teach like the teachers!

We all had lots of fun and we are very nervous and excited about teaching our first club.

By Tamzin and Jake