Boys Football tournament at Crystal Palace - Runners up
Well done to Year 5 and 6 for playing so well in the High 5's at Newstead Woods on Tuesday 4th October. Both teams won their group - Well done to Amelia, Molly, Jess D, Sonny, Ben, Zach, Josephine, JJ, Millie, Eva, Sara and Ayana.
Well done to Year 6 for playing so well in the Netball Tournament at Farringtons last Friday.
I hope you are all fit and well and enjoying playing in the snow!!
In conjunction with the English Football League and Southborough's links with Charlton FC, I am delighted to send you the Joy of Moving Winter Games pack. This is an exciting selection of games and activities for your children and their families to enjoy over the next few weeks. The pack explains everything as you go, and all games and activities are appropriate for children in Key Stage 1 & 2. They have been designed so children can play indoors too.
Throughout February we would encourage families to post on social media about their involvement in the Joy of Moving Winter Games using #JOMWinterGames.
Please feel free to post photos of your children playing these games on Google Classroom or Tapestry.
Have fun and stay safe.
Dear Parents/ Carers,
I hope you are all fit and healthy.
Please find below a fantastic opportunity for FREE sports activities online.
The Youth Sport Trust have taken a step to deliver a FREE Virtual After School Club, as part of a National response to the second lockdown.
The 30-minute club will take place at 5pm each weekday and be led by a different member of the YST Athlete mentor Network, starting today, Thursday, 12th November, with World Number One Female In-line Skater and 10 times British Champion, Jenna Downing.
A different theme has been assigned for each day of the Club - Adventure Monday, Tuesday Play, Wild Wednesday, Thinking Thursday and Fun Friday.
The link below will take you directly to the YST Site with all of the information.
As we will not be having a Sports Day this Summer I am delighted to share with you the Joy of Moving Home School Festival booklet – all the games and activities are in the booklet for the children to easily follow for an afternoon full of fun. There are different options for individual games, or two or more players games so children will have some freedom to choose at these points. The booklet can be opened on a laptop, phone or iPad.
There are over a thousand schools taking part in this exciting festival all over the country next week and there is a competition element to the Home School Festival which offers children the opportunity to win a prize of kit and equipment for their school. It explains more in the booklet and is around encouraging families & schools to share their Joy of Moving activities on social media using the follow tags @CAFCTrust @EFLTrust #JOMHomeFestival.
Any questions please let me know and I am available to support through the week.
Stay safe and healthy.
Hope everyone is fit and well and staying safe.
I hope you are all doing some exercise whether it be football, cricket, aerobics, cycling, golf, dance or any other exercise of your choice.
Here are a few dance routines for you to make up and try out.
Hello to all the children and parents at Southborough,
I hope you are all fit and well and enjoying this lovely sunny weather.
Please find below a link to the Premier League Primary Stars website. It is a great website with a wide variety of activities for Home Learning. This week there are challenges to draw your favourite character from a book, introduced by Cressida Cowell.
There is also an activity on Handling Data in football with Rachel Riley there to lend a hand.
Girls football tournament at Kent County Cricket Ground
High 5's Netball Tournament at Newstead Woods. Well done to both teams who played really well and especially to the A Team who won their group and are through to the finals next month.
Individual Athletics finals at Norman Park
Gymnastics festival at Bromley Valley Gymnastics Centre
Year 6 Netball Transition Tournament
Well done to all the children who participated in the athletics competition at Norman Park last week. Mr Fotheringham was extremely proud of you all. The Southborough athletics team finished 2nd overall in Bromley borough- a fantastic achievement.
Athletics at Norman Park
Well done to all the children who participated in the mixed cricket tournament at Eltham College last week. The overarm bowling was fantastic by everyone and Mr Fotheringham was very impressed with the batting and fielding skills too. Mr Fotheringham was so proud of the way you encouraged and supported each other and huge congratulations on winning the tournament.
Cricket tournament at Eltham College
Southborough boys cricket team participated in a cricket tournament at Old Wilsonians on Thursday 6th June. The boys played extremely well winning 4 games and only losing 1 to the eventual winners. The Kent Spitfire Mens' team were in attendance and the boys chatted to the players asking them for some top tips on how to improve their batting and bowling techniques. The Kent players were very impressed with Southborough's overarm bowling and batting skills and also loved having their photo taken.
What a fantastic day!!
Boys cricket tournament at Old Wilsonians Cricket club
Dance and Cheerleading Lunchtime Club
Southborough girls football team played against Biggin Hill last Friday. The girls played extremely well, as for many of them it was their first game and they were playing against Year 6s. We lost 2- 0 but Mr Fotheringham was extremely proud of the way everyone kept battling until the end of the game. Well done to: Ruby S, Edie P, Hollie C, Nikyta N, Anna M, Tallulah C, Phoebe J, Sharon A and Hollie L.
Southborough boys football team also played against Biggin Hill last Friday. The team played absolutely brilliantly as they too were up against Year 6s. They won 4-1 with goals from Noah S, Thomas V and 2 goals from Thomas R. Mr Fotheringham was incredibly proud of the way we passed the ball, played as a team and encouraged and supported each other. Well done to: Fin C, Isaiah B, Artem P, Jayden S, Kaiden R, Thomas R, Thomas V, Noah S, Heath G and Luca W.
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