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Year 5/6 Sports Hall Athletics

Year 5/6 Athletics Heats

 

It was a fantastic start for the year 5/6 pupils that went to represent the school on Tuesday 4th October, taking part against 6 other schools including; Snape Wood, Rise Park, Burford, Southglade, Westglade and Warren. There had already been lots of hard work and preparation for the team as they had two weeks of training to ensure the team would get through to the Semi Finals.

The training preparation had certainly helped the team as they dominated in the track and field events to win the heats outright with a 1st place finish cruising into the Semi Finals which will take place after half term. A fantastic result well done everybody involved.

 

Year 5/6 Sports Hall Athletics - Semi Finals

 

The year 5/6 Athletics team continued their charge to the finals in the Sports hall semi final heats on Wednesday 9th November. The pupils put in a great effort showing fantastic spirit throughout. The pupils once again took part in various track and field events with each pupil responsible of showing resilience and passion to do their best in their individual event.

The desire and passion from the pupils clearly showed throughout the afternoon, and with a record points total Robin Hood sealed second place and a place into the City Sports hall Athletics Finals that will take place on Thursday 24th November.

The school is now In the category of being one of the top 6 athletics teams in Nottingham City which is a fantastic achievement.

Year 5/ Sports hall Athletics - Finals

 

The year 5/6 Athletics team continued in their quest of success, having already worked extremely hard to get to the city finals the girls and boys knew it was going to be a tough ask to achieve a medal place.

The team were well prepared and were ready for the challenge ahead, and after a slow start to the afternoon the team grew in confidence, and showed fantastic technique and ability in every activity they took part in. The afternoon was very competitive and lots of members of the public and organisers of the competition had stated how high the standards were this year.

As the afternoon came to an end nobody had any idea on who would be crowned city champions. Robin Hood had worked so hard to already get to the city finals, we eventually finished fourth in the city and was within touching distance of a bronze medal after missing out by only 8 points. It is a fantastic achievement from all the team members and we as a school are so very proud of each and every one of our athletes, a massive well done!

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