Otterbourne Church of England
Primary School

With God's love, all are encouraged to thrive


Photos from 2023/2024

Well done to our Year 3 girls who took part in the Biathalon at Kings School!

Winchester Schools Swimming Gala!

Some fantastic play in a very tight contest! Brilliant to see lots of players making their debuts for the school team as well.

A big thank you to our pitchside photographers/younger siblings as well!

Well done to our Year 1 & 2 children who came to the racket skills festival - representing the school for the first time! 

A huge well done to all our cross country athletes, who took part in a very muddy race! Some fantastic running and cheering from all the children - you should all be very proud of yourselves! 

Year 3 Basketball Festival!

A brilliant afternoon of basketball organised by the college students at Peter Symonds in Winchester. The children learnt some new skills, and had a lot of fun while doing it! Well done to all our Year 3 basketballers!

Year 5/6 Badminton Team!

Some fantastic performances from our badminton players led to us finishing second in our pool! Very well done!

Year 5/6 Mixed Football Tournament

Very well done to our Year 5/6 mixed football team who competed in a tournament at Knightwood! 

Year 3/4 Aquasplash Swim Team

Well done to our Year 3/4 swimming team who represented Otterbourne at St Swithun's Aquasplash competition.


A big thank you to Mrs Prinsloo who helped out poolside - we couldn't have done it without you!


Brilliant swimming all round, and a huge well done to all the children!

Year 5/6 Football Teams

A super start to our football season, with lots of debut performances on the pitch. Well done to Daisy and Sam, both scoring super goals in their matches against Cherbourg Primary School.

Photos from 2022/2023

Year 3/4 Cricket Team!

Year 5/6 Girls Cricket team

Well done to our QuadKids athletics team, who took part in an athletics event at Kings coming in 5th place!

Football Matches for the Y5/6 Boys and Girls teams!

Super football from both squads, with the girls coming away 1-0 winners on the day, and the boys playing brilliantly in a narrow 3-1 loss. Well done all involved! 

Special thank you to Mrs Bertacchini for helping manage our substitutions - we couldn't have done it without you!

Fair Oak Cross Country Team!

Gregg School Cross-Country Team

Super well done to our cross-country team who entered the Gregg School event. 


An extra special well done to the girls team, who managed to win the event! Well done girls!

Gianluca representing his rugby club at a tournament!

Congratulations to Gianluca for representing his rugby club during their rugby tour this weekend. His team won a trophy for excellent sportsmanship along with their performance. Well done!

Elodie Peacock's Individual Trampolining Success

Message from Elodie:  I came 11th in the country in the Year 1-6 Novice girls! I got a new leotard and had my photo taken with the junior GB trampolinists. I had a higher level routine with a piked front somersault and landed it. I had lots of fun and had my auntie and uncle watched me for the first time. I stayed in a Premier Inn with my grandparents who also watched me.  It was amazing and I can't wait to show everyone the pictures.


The result was a personal best final score for Elodie, which left her just 1 point behind 1st place. She competed an upgraded voluntary routine and made lots of new friends!  We are incredibly proud of Elodie for such a wonderful result, and for representing our school.

Boys 5/6 Football Team vs Crescent Primary School

Fantastic football result for the boys who travelled to Crescent School - securing the team's first win of the season! Well done boys - some amazing play!

Sparsholt Tag Rugby Competition

A big well done to the children who took part in the tag rugby competition - organised by Sparsholt College in Winchester. Lots of the team had little to no experience with rugby, but luckily we had a few experienced team members to help organise some training sessions at lunch times!

The team did brilliantly, winning 5 matches out of 8 - and winning the 'loudest team' award! 

I'll leave that to the parents at home whether or not that's a good award to win!

A special thank you must go to Mrs Armstrong - who volunteered her own time to run the training sessions, as well as take the children to the event. Thank you Mrs A!

Tag Rugby Competition Photos

Athletics Competition - Mountbatten Leisure Centre, Portsmouth

Super Swimmers!


A massive well done to our Year 5/6 Girls Swim team, who competed at the Hampshire Schools Primary Gala, earning a silver medal in the freestyle, and a bronze in the medley.


Fantastic swimming from all of the girls - well done!


A special thank you to Mrs Webb and Mrs Taylor for taking the team to the competition.

Otterbourne Swim Team!

House Cross Country Events!

A huge well done to everybody who participated in our cross country running event. You all did amazingly well and should be incredibly proud! 

An extra well done to Tankerville house, for winning the cross country race based on overall times. 

Have a look through the photos and see if you can spot yourselves!

Year 1/2 House Cross Country!

Year 5/6 Hockey Competition at Thornden!

A huge well done to our Year 5/5 Hockey team, who competed in a county qualifier tournament at Thornden. Some fantastic play, and brilliant teamwork leading to a third place finish. Well done! 

Year 5/6 Girls 2-1 Win vs St Francis

Bikeability 2023!

Year 5/6 Boys Football Team Vs St Peter's

Sports for Schools athlete visit from Commonwealth Gymnastics Champion Kelly Simm!


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Well done to the two teams who played on Tuesday, lots of debut performances representing Otterbourne Primary School at football!

Winchester Schools Football League (Vs Cherbourg)

The Fowler Family enjoy success in dressage!


Last week-end I was fortunate to watch some dressage success involving Tabitha & Connie Fowler. Tabitha (YR) took part in her first ever Lead Rein Intro dressage test.  The test involves walking and trotting a pre-determined set of shapes and manoeuvres in front of a judge, earning a score out of 10 for each movement.  Despite losing both her stirrups half way through the test, Tabitha impressed the judge with her balance and earned a score of 63.91% and 4th place.


Connie (Y2), who only started riding during lockdown attempted her first Intro dressage test  in the Open Section. This meant she was up against riders of all ages that have previously been placed 1st - 3rd place.  Having only owned Pudsey (who, by the way is gorgeous!) for 5 weeks, Connie rode her heart out to complete a really accurate test and win both the Open and Junior section with a score of 69.56%.


Both girls practice their riding 4 -5 times a week after school and at week-ends.  Their favourite thing to do when they are up at the yard is to make up hay nets and play with the yard dogs.


A huge well done to both girls!  However, the success does not end Mum rode an Elementary Test (which involves lots of subtle variations in speeds as well as sideways and backwards manoeuvres) in what felt like Sahara temperatures. Mrs Fowler said that Willow, who is 17 years old felt "more like a giraffe on this occasion". However, the partnership must have done something to impress the judges as they won their class with a score of 66.43%.

Gianluca & Isabelle have both graduated from the BMX Pump Track to the next level Race Track - well dne!

Athletics Quad Kids County Final

On Monday our 8 athletes took part in the Quad Kids Final at the Winchester Track on what was a blisteringly hot day. As before all athletes had to compete in all 4 events - 75m sprint, long jump, vortex javelin and 600m middle distance. I felt really proud of the squad as they all tried their best and worked well as a team. Ami got the furthest long jump of the day and Jackson received a Sprtsmanship Award for helping a fellow competitor who had fallen over, thereby sacrificing time and receiving fewer points. Overall, Otterbourne finished in 6th place out of a total of 14 schools - a fine achievement. This was my last event with Otterbourne and I would like to thank all the children for giving me some lovely memories to take away with me. Huge thanks also to Mrs Calliste for her support on the day.

Well Done to Ami, Aariana, Jess, Tuula, Jackson, Ori, Miles & Rafferty - our brilliant Quad Kids Squad!

Sophie came 3rd in the South Regional Gymnastics Competition in Milton Keynes last w/e - well done Sophie!

Well done Ami Calliste ...more sporting success!


Ami has now been selected for and taken part in 3 of the 4 meets for her club in the Youth Development League (the most competitive league for youth athletics in the UK) and together with the rest of the team at WADAC they have managed to secure promotion to Division 1 (just one behind the Premiership - so much like footie!). They have one more meet to go and then will face a final meet of all the Regional Division 2 league winners in September. She has been representing the club as the youngest in the lower age group (under 13's - year 6 & 7) and has so far won all her races for 75m, 150m, and 4 x 100m relay - thoroughly enjoying the team effort, particularly in the relay!


Regarding football Ami and her team, the Swifts (playing for Winchester City Flyers), have recently secured a place in the National Grand Final youth tournament, representing the South region along with Fareham in the U11's category. They travel to Derby on Sunday 17th July to compete against the other top two teams from each Region. Sadly, they have a few key players missing but will go out and give it a good fight! Regardless of the result, they have done an amazing job to get this far and finally managed to win a penalty shoot out - it only took 4 tournament finals to get there but hey, they did it in the end!

Sophie Melvin competed in a gymnastics competition recently. She was in a group routine and they finished 3rd overall which was a fantastic achievement. Sophie also competed in the Treasure in-house club competition (squad level) a couple of monthe ago which she won. Well done Sophie!

Gianluca played in a football tournament at the annual Italian Summer Festival in London - his team came 2nd place.

Here are some fabulous photos of our amazing swimmers on their way to victory at the Winchester Primary Schools Swimming Gala!

Hampshire Games Festival Thursday 23rd June


What an amazing day we enjoyed last Thursday at the Hampshire Games Festival! We took 8 children from Otterbourne to take part in a day of varied sporting activities at the new athletics stadium in Winchester. The children took part in Target Games which ranged from archery, skittles, football goals and nerf shooting. Mrs C and Mrs Johnson particularly enjoyed the nerf shooting and some competitive nature was revealed!

Our next stop was the Commonwealth Village where the children enjoyed golf, eating Samosa's (!) and having a go on the surf simulator. 

After lunch, we went inside and the children took part in a karate session which was led by the 2016 World Karate Champion no less! The session was really good fun, educational and very physical. The instructor kept 30 children fully engaged for over an hour which is not always easy.

Our final session was basketball which was hard work but rewarding when the children scored baskets and felt proud of themselves.

We also met the Mayor - Jenson had a chat with him at the surf simulator!

Sheila had a great day too and looked after everyone.

Well done to Amelie, Freya, Violet, Skye, Sienna, James, Simon & Jenson for being so enthusiastic and working well as a team throughout the day.

Thank you to Mrs Johnson and Mrs Alexander for all their help and support.

Also, thanks to parents and Mrs Emburey for transporting children to and from the event.

A huge Well Done to James Kelly (Y5) and the rest of his football team, the Hiltingbury Hurricanes who came 1st out of 18 teams in the Sparisbury Sparks Tournament. They are now U10 Champions!

Winchester Primary Schools Swimming Gala

Friday 10th June


Our swimming squad achieved a phenomenal success at the recent swimming gala in Winchester. 27 schools took part in the gala and it was so lovely to see this event taking place after such a long delay due to Covid. 

Amelie, Aariana, Millie, Amelia and Amber took part in the Freestyle Relay and Medley Relay (alternating Amber and Millie). They qualified for both finals and finished 1st place in both. A simply fantastic result that the girls should be proud of. I know that it is also the culmination of many hours in the pool and support from their parents too. 

We also took 3 Y4 swimmers who had the opportunity to experience taking part in a proper swimming gala. Alexander, Isla P & Isla R swam their individual lengths superbly and the experience will serve them well going forward.

Huge thanks to Mrs Prinsloo and Mrs Taylor for being poolside and looking after the squad.

On Monday 20th June we played our last football match in the the Winchester local league. The squad comprised 3 Y6 players and 6 Y5 for the Y6 boys it was their last match for Otterbourne. The match was played at home v. St. Peter's and we won 5 - 1 which was a fabulous result. The team was captained superbly as always by Rafferty and all the players contributed to the final result. Throughout the league, the team have maintained great composure, effort and teamwork. Thank you to Mr Newman for refering.

Success at the Quadkids Competition last night! Next stop the County Final at the Winchester Athletics Stadium! Well done to the team!

Ami came 1st out of the girls, Jackson 1st & Ori 2nd out of the boys!

Well done to Amber and Anabelle Guppy (Y4) who have received the results of their Grade 2 Ballet exam. Amber achieved distinction and Anabelle achieved a high merit. They have now moved up to Grade 3. Keep going girls!

A huge well done to Ariana (Y6) who came 1st in the Biathlon at Kings' School, Winchester

Y5/6 Mixed Cricket Team @ St. Cross Tuesday 24th May

Y1/2 Racket Skills Event @ Kings' School on Wednesday 18th May


I am so proud of the 8 children that took part in the Racket Skills Event yesterday, This was the first time that they had represented the school and they did so admirably. They all listened, tried really hard and represented the school brilliantly - well done to Isla, Eddie, Ollie, Evelyn, Daisy, Charlotte, Harriet and Caitlyn!

Y1/2 Racket Skills Event @ Kings' School on Wednesday 18th May

Well done to our girls cricket team who attended a cricket festival this week. They lost 2 matches and won 2, demonstrating a super progression of skills as they moved through the afternoon. I didn't manage to get a team photo as it started pouring right at the end of the event! Well done to Tuula (capt.), Ami, Amelia, Lily, Francesca, Eliza, Emily, Isla & Bethany.

A huge well done to Bella Prinsloo who recently swam 32 lengths (800m) in 30 minutes. Bella has moved up to Stage 7 in her swimming lessons too. Perhaps following in the footsteps of her big sister?!

Elodie competed as a guest in the Southampton Schools U9 Trampoline Championships. She finished 10th out of 49 - well done, Elodie!

Gianluca (Y5) and sister Isabelle (Y3) enjoy stunt scootering at the week-end.

Orion & Nico Michael recently competed for Hampshire in the inter-counties Judo competition. Nico won his fight and Orion won one and lost one. Well done, boys!

Gianluca (Y5) representing Winchester Rugby Club at their annual Somerset Tour

Ami, Jess & Daisy U11 Champions

A huge well done to Ami, Jess & Daisy who represented the Winchester City Flyers at the Hampshire Ull Festival in Basingstoke on 30th April. Despite the heat the team played 4 fantastic matches and came home with the winning trophy.

Orion Michael (plus Nico) Boys U12 County Judo Champion

A huge well done to Orion Michael who has been crowned Boys U12 (U38kg) County Champion in Judo as a result of winning all 5 of his fights. He will now compete for the Hampshire Squad against Kent, Surrey and Sussex in next months inter-county championship.


Nico also competed, (in the U30kg section) and won 3 of his 4 fights awarding him a silver medal. He will be first reserve at the inter-county championships.

Gymnastics Event for Y3/4 children @ Kings' School


We took 10 children to a gymnastics event this week. The Young Sports Leaders demonstrated various jumps, balances and shapes which our children then practised. All the children tried really hard and also had fun. A huge well done to - Amelie P, Charlotte T, Isabelle B, Renae, Isla C-S, Teddy, Zachary, Edward L, Krisshiya & Freya L.

Y3/4 Gymnastics Event @ Kings' School on Wednesday 30th March

Y5/6 Netball Tournament @ Kings' Tuesday 29th March


10 children took part in a round robin netball tournament yesterday at Kings' School. We won 1  match and lost the other two so did not progress to the semi-final.  However, it was a great experience for the children as we have not practised much netball this term. Well done to Esme, Ami, Aariana, Daisy, Grace, Jess B, Jess S, Amelia W, Seth & Charley.

Fair Oak Junior School Invitational Relay


16 children took part in the x-country relay event this Tuesday at Fair Oak Junior School. All our runners competed the course which was a fantastic achievement. Final results were Y3/4 Girls 2nd, Y3/4 Boys 10th, Y5/6 Girls 4th & Y5/6 Boys 6th. Huge thanks to all the parents who helped with transport.

Fair Oak Junior School Invitational Relay Tuesday 29th March

Y1/2 Endball Event @ Kings' 23rd March 2022

Gregg School X-Country 23rd March 2022

Mrs Robinson completed the Southsea Parkrun on Saturday and just happened to bump into Dame Kelly Holmes!

Well Done Mrs Robinson for completing her 1st marathon! She completed the Thames Meander Marathon which followed beautiful routes along the Thames Path.

The Puffins learning cricket skills!

Cricket Day Friday 11th March 2022


This morning we had a whole school assembly with Ben from the Chance to Shine Foundation based at the Ageas Bowl. He talked about the Chance to Shine Programme and the Dynamos Programme which are great ways to introduce children to cricket.

YR up to Y3 have enjoyed workshops with Ben where they have practised their catching, batting control and throwing.


If your child would like to play cricket out of school please do ask and we can signpost you to the nearest club.

Cricket in the rain!

Cricket Day

Tag Rugby Festival @ WRFC Thursday 10th March 2022


Our rugby squad had a fantastic day yesterday @ WRFC. The event was organised by the sports students at Sparsholt College and everything ran smoothly.  Even the weather was kind to us! We played 6 matches in total and won each match convincingly. Every played contributed brilliantly and the team work impressed me. We had lots of tags and plenty of tries which was impressive.


The theme for the event was the Commonwealth Games and each school was given a country to represent. We were India and decorated our gazebo in the style of an Indian Palace. We even had poppadums and naan bread! We won an award for the best tent which was the icing on the cake or should I say mango chutney.


Communication between all the players was amazing and Keanu and Hudson in their role of joint captains encouraged the team brilliantly.

Our rugby squad at the Tag Rugby Tournament yesterday.

Hampshire Primary Schools Swimming Relays


Our swimming team of Amelie, Aariana, Millie and Amelia swam brilliantly at the swimming relay event yesterday. They came 3rd in the freestyle relay and 4th in the medley relay. This was a fantastic acheievement as schools from all over Hampshire were involved.  In addition the girls were swimming against boys teams who are generally physically stronger. I am so proud of the girls and I hope that they feel proud of themselves and remember how they felt yesterday having accomplished so much.

Hampshire Schools Swimming Relays Thursday 10th March 2022

Last night our Y5/6 Girls Football Team took part in a football tournament @ Toynbee. We played 4 matches winning 2, losing 1 and drawing one. Overall we came joint 2nd in our pool. Our squad of 10 all played brilliantly demonstrating how far their skills have progressed and more importantly how they have bonded as a team. We have plenty more matches coming up in the Winchester League so watch this space...

Y5/6 Girls Football Tournament

Our B Team Boys Football Team played Hiltingbury in the Winchester League last night. It was a super match with a final result of 3-2 to Hiltingbury.

Our Sports Hall Athletics Squad took part in a competition on Wednesday. We came 2nd overall - well done to all who took part!

Basketball Club after school on a Thursday is going really well. So grateful for the help from Evie and Effie - Kings' pupils.

Winchester Football League - our boys A team won 5 - 0 v. South Wonston, the girls had a hard match and just lost 1 - 0

Isabelle Baldino (Y3) has achieved her Level 1, 2 & 3 Proficiency Awards in gymnastics. Amazing - particularly as she only started gymnastics a couple of months ago.

Gianluca Baldino (Y5) was awarded Player of the Day at his rugby match this week-end. Well done!

Aariana Barchha


Aariana  (Y6) has given me an update of her recent swimming achievements. Aariana swims for Eastleigh Swim Club in the Junior Performance Squad. Next week-end, Aariana will be competing in four individual races at the Hampshire County Championships.  We wish her all the best and look forward to hearing how she gets on.


Mrs C

Well Done Francesca! Francesca competed in the Hampshire X-Country Championships where she came 8th in the U11 race. The team from WADAC won gold.

Go Amelie Prinsloo!


We are very proud to hear about Amelie's recent swimming achievements. Amelie took part in 3 swimming meets (club championships) during December which resulted in her winning 2 golds, 7 silvers & 1 bronze medal in a variety of strokes. How impressive is that!!!


As a result of this, Amelie has qualified for the Hampshire County Championships taking place this month. On 15th January Amelie will swim in the 50m medley relay (age 10 - 12) and the 50m freestyle relay (age 10 - 12) at Winchester. On the 29th January Amelie will swim in the 200m breaststroke at Portsmouth.


We wish Amelie all the best for these Championships and look forward to hearing how she gets on.

Amelie Prinsloo

Virtual Sporting Events... Please find below a link for Virtual Sporting Events that your child can participate in at home.

Sporting Achievements Out of School...


Please do let me know of any sporting events that your child has taken part in out of school so that I can post them on the website. They do not have to be County selection but could be swimming a width unaided, joining a team for the first time or just having a go at something sporty.


Mrs C

Forthcoming Sports Fixtures...


I thought it would be useful for parents/carers if I gave you notice of various sports fixtures for this term. Children can sign up for events when they are posted on the notice board in school. However, if you think your child may need a bit of encouragement to sign up perhaps talk to them about an event that may interest them or ask them to come and have a chat with me. Please note that some events are very competitive whilst others are more about the experience of participation and representing the school.


Wednesday 9th February Y5/6 Sports Hall Athletics @ Kings' School 3 - 6pm. Competitive


Thursday 3rd March Y5/6 Hockey @ Thornden 3.45 -  5.30pm. Competitive


Thursday 10th March Y5/6 Tag Rugby @ WRFC all day. Competitive/participation


Wednesday 23rd March Y1/2 Endball @ Kings' (outside) 3.45pm start. Introduction to representing the school/participation


Tuesday 29th March Y5/6 Netball @ Kings' 3.30 - 5.30pm. Competitive/participation


Wednesday 30th March Y3/4 Gymnastics @ Kings' 3.45 - 5.30pm. Competitive/participation

A huge well done to our swimming squad - Amber, Anabelle, Freya L, Isla P, Alexander, Arthur and Steffan who took part in a swimming gala on Tuesday. Unfortunately we were the only school to take part but that did not spoil the fun as our children competed against the Y8 children from Kings!!

There were a number of different races and all the children took part with enthusiasm and determination. The mass Star Float was fantastic to watch.

At the end of the session each Otterbourne child had a 1:1 tuition session with a child from Kings'. As some of the Kings' pupils swim for the County this was a super experience and opportunity for our pupils. In just 15 minutes we saw a massive improvement in technique and confidence. Special mention must go to Steffan who stepped in on the day as a replacement for Nathan. Thank you for this and I know I saw a huge improvement in your ability over the session - you must be very proud of yourself.

Swimming Gala Tuesday 19th October 2021

Otterbourne B Football Team 6-1 v. Stanmore. Well done - super teamwork and skills.


Upcoming Sports Fixtures


Wednesday 19th October Swimming Competition @ St. Swithuns' School Y3/4 4pm.

Please note that this is a competitive event and only competent, experienced swimmers will be considered in the interests of the children.

Well Done to Darcey and Reuben who made their debut for Winchester Hockey Club U8's today!

Multi-Skills Festival Wednesday 6th October @ Kings' School

A huge well done to the following children who took part in the multi-skills event this week - Murrium, Phoebe, Nico, Renae, Oscar, Harry, Anaiya, Karem, Freya S, Olivia, Teddy & Grace.

We ended up being the only school taking part but this meant that our children had the exclusive attention of the Young Sports Leaders from Kings'. The children took part in a variety of activities including standing long jump, throwing accurately and problem solving using equipment etc.

As a result of all their hard work the children received a certificate, frisbee and a sticker depicting one of the School Games Values - Respect, Honesty, Determination, Teamwork, Passion & Self-Belief.

Multi-Skills Event 6th October 2021 @ Kings' School

Congratulations to Amelia Webb who competed in her first swimming gala and won 2 medals! Gold in the 50m Breaststroke and Silver in the 50m Backstroke.

Winchester U10/11 Boys' Inter-School Football League 2020-2021

Our A team kicked off their first match v. St. Francis last Thursday. The final score was 10-3 to St. Francis. The boys tried well with some good football skills and awesome goal-keeping from Jackson but the teamwork and spacing just didn't seem to click. I know that the squad will grow from this, keep their heads up and develop into a strong team going forward.

Winchester U10/11 Girls' Inter-School Football League 2020-2021


On Thursday 23rd September our squad of 10 girls played in their first match as part of the above league v. St. Francis. This was the first time that this group of girls had played together - some of whom had very little competitive football experience. I was extremely proud of the whole squad as they played magnificently as a TEAM and demonstrated huge determination. The final score was 5-1 to Otterbourne which is a solid start to the league for the girls. Ami was a superb captain showing mature leadership and experience.

Photo to follow...I have left the IPAD at school oops!

Well Done Francesca! Francesca won a Gold Medal in the U10 Hampshire Quad Kids Competition.

A huge well done to our B Team who won their first match in the league convincingly. The final score was 2-0 to Otterbourne v. St. Bede (Ori & Rafferty). I was really impressed with the fabulous team spirit and determination that all the boys demonstrated. Rafferty was a fine Captain who led from the front and communicated well with his team. Keep it up boys!!!

Winchester U10/11 Boys' Inter-School Football League 2020-2021

ESSKIA Saturday 18th October

A huge well done to our Ski Team who took part in the ESSKIA Event on Saturday 13th October in Aldershot. 

I am very proud of Katie Valler, Freya Longworth, Anneka Lund, Francesca Bertacchini, Ed Larby, Hazel Larby, Reuben Broomes & Jess Smith. Particular mention must go to Anneka who completed 2 clear runs and also Katie who had a couple of tumbles on her first run but insisted n completing her 2nd run which she did in an impressive manner.

Half Term Sporting Challenge - Scavenger Hunt

Layla Warin taking part in the last 3 weeks Sporting Challenges - Well Done, Layla

Sporting Challenge for the w/c 19th October 2020

Sporting Challenges for the w/c 12th October

Sporting Challenges for the w/c 5th October 2020

Half and Full Sporting Blues KS2


I know that many of you are wondering if you will receive a Sporting Blue this year as we have not taken part in any external competitions. I want to reassure you that based on your participation in sport last year (and indeed previous years)  as well as your ongoing, current participation in sport out of school you are still likely to achieve a Half or Full Blue.


It is a really tricky time at the moment and we all need to keep doing what we can - enjoy your school P.E. lessons, come to one of the after school clubs, train with your team out of school when you can and just keep moving!


Mrs C



Layla taking part in the Well-Being Sporting Challenges

Layla and her Worry Stick

More sporting challenge action from Layla!

Layla in action!

Layla Warin taking part in Mondays Bottle Flip Challenge

Amelie & Darcey Palmer taking part in the Maze Runner Challenge

Well done again to Layla (Y5) who is already doing this weeks sporting challenges!

Amazing Layla from Y5 who has not missed a single sporting challenge in May!

Sporting Challenges this week from children at home!

Photos of some of our children taking part in activities at school recently

Amelie taking part in this weeks swimming challenge - Well Done!

The Palmer sisters in action last week!

Layla from Koala Class taking part in one of this weeks sporting challenges

Week 2 of the Hampshire Games Daily Sports Challenges

Joshua Webb from Penguins Class completing Thursday's Sport Challenge

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SGO Sport Challenges May - Week 1