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House Football 2021 

In this years House Football tournament we were very happy to see some spectacular football on display and not to mention the teamwork shown by all participants. A big thank you to Mr Branch, Mr Kerrigan and Mr Bourne who helped Mr Watkinson set up the event and help officiate. 

 

Our winning team this year was Livingstone - Germany. Captained by Olly Y6.

Photoed below from left to right, Cooper, Calleigh, William, Harry, Jack, Sophia, Captain Olly, David, Irah and Jack. πŸ†βš½οΈπŸŸ‘

Well Done all! 

House Football 2021

Sports Day 2021

Our much anticipated Preston Primary Sports day was not the same without our lovely parents this year but we still managed to make it a success. KS1 had lots of fun doing all sorts of races. For the first time Y3, 4 and 5 had their Sports Day in the morning and afternoon doing many different events including; discus, shot put and long jump. (photos below) All the scores were added up throughout the day and eventually crowning Cook our 2021 Sports Day Champions! πŸ†πŸ”΅

Well done to all participants.

Sports Day 2021

Wimbledon 2021

After missing out on lots of sporting events over the last year or so we were very grateful to finally have Wimbledon back for 2021. A big thank you to Mr Bourne for making this happen. Congratulations to our finalists (listed below) and more so the winners from Y3 Millie and Owen, Y4 Pippa and Oscar, Y5 Maisie and Jamie and finally Y6 Jess and Louix!

Well done all! πŸŽΎπŸ†

Wimbledon 2021

     Preston Primary Girl’s Football Team Excel At County Final

 

A brilliant team performance saw our girl’s football team reach the final of the Girl’s County Football Tournament, a level 3 School Games event played in Weston Super Mare this January 2020.

 

The team were in superb form during the group stages where they clinched three wins and two draws. In achieving these results, the girls progressed to the semi - final in style.

 

Once in the semi final the team stepped up the level of their performance once more against very good opposition and after both teams had drawn 0-0 the match progressed to a penalty shootout. Goalkeeper Jess  saved brilliantly during this to ensure that Preston Primary moved into the final and here, against a very good Trinity Primary school team from Taunton, our girls suffered their first defeat of the tournament by three goals to one. The result means that we have been placed as 2nd out of 172 schools in Somerset for football.

 

All of our players performed extremely well and team manager Mr Watkinson and all at Preston Primary are extremely proud of every one of our team. Well done girls!

 

 

HUFF AND PUFF YOUNG LEADERS AT PRESTON PRIMARY SCHOOL

 

 Our young huff and puff leaders in Year 6 have been having a great time this autumn term 2019 as they have led our Key Stage 1 pupils in sporting activities ranging from foot skills and catching to tennis and target bowls. Our leaders received training and then generated their own activities for the younger children to enjoy. Well done leaders!

Preston Primary Gain the Gold School Games award for the third year in succession.
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