School Games – Sports Day 2019

What a fantastic morning we have had, with glorious weather and outstanding sportsmanship! The children ran in a range of races, some fun, some endurance! Thank you to all the parents who participated, and to FOBCS for providing the refreshments. It was a super morning!

Sports Day Reminder!

This is just a reminder that tomorrow is Sports Day, starting at 10am followed by a picnic lunch, where children are welcome to join their parents for lunch.

Children come to school in PE uniform and will need a packed lunch, water bottle and sun hat.  We also advise that it would be wise to apply sun screen in the morning as the weather forecast is looking summery!

Sports Morning – THURSDAY 27th June – 10am to 12:30 this week!

This is a reminder that we are holding our Sports Morning, this Thursday from 10am on the school field.  All children will need to come to school in their PE Uniform and bring a sun hat and a packed lunch with them.  We are following the successful format of last year’s Sports Day when we invite parents and grandparents to join their children for a picnic lunch on the school field after the Sports day events.

FOBCS will be providing refreshments, and you are welcome to bring picnic blankets.

The weather on Friday is forecast to be sunny, so please ensure that your child/children have had sun-screen applied before they come to school, and that they have a sun hat and water bottle with them.

School Games: KS1 Multi-Skills Festival

All of Class 2 headed off to Albrighton School yesterday to take part in a multiskills festival.  Mrs Morris was so impressed with the behaviour, and team-spirit of all of Class 2, and said that they demonstrated excellent co-ordination and enthusiasm.  Everyone had a great time!

School Games: Rounders Tournament

Our talented rounders team headed off to Oldbury Wells yesterday to compete in the annual rounders tournament, and event which Brown Clee traditional perfoms quite well in – so no pressure!  We were delighted to see them play so well together, with exceptional teamwork between our backstop and first base fielder.  A massive well done as our team were the overall winners – and would have gone on to represent East Shropshire at the Summer Games – but they are away on Arthog this year so sadly can’t participate.

School Games: Rounders League

We sent a team of 10 pupils to participate in the rounders league, hosted at Oldbury Wells School.  All children thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to play against lots of other primary schools in a friendly competition.