Caroline Haslett Primary School

Nil satis nisi optimum. Nothing but the best is good enough

Sports

It has been a very busy sporting week. Our Football Team played a home game against The Premier Academy on Monday 18th March. They played extremely well, winning 2—0.

The Tag Rugby team were in action again too on Wednesday 20th March. Last minute rule changes caused some confusion but the team still played well, winning one and losing two. We are still waiting for confirmation of where we are on the table.

The Dodgeball team took part in a tournament at MK College on Thursday 21st March. They played extremely well and CHPS are in the top 12 schools in Milton Keynes. We are waiting for the final results table.

 

Our Tag Rugby team are going from strength to strength. They played a further two matches on Wednesday 13th March. They beat Willen Primary School 8—3 and then beat Emerson Valley School 11—0. A fantastic achievement which puts them at the top of the table. Well done and we look forward to the next matches.

 

We have had an excellent sporting week this week.

Our Dodgeball team had a fantastic tournament on Monday 25th February and have made it through to the finals. We will keep you updated with how they get on.

Our Tag Rugby team (picture below) were not to be outdone, playing great rugby in their tournament on Wednesday 27th February. They beat Middleton Primary 9—6 and beat Rickley Park 14—5. A fantastic achievement.

Well done to all of you; you’re doing us proud and keep it up.

 

On Monday 11th February this week we welcomed Moorland Primary Girls’ Football team. It was a great match, ending with a 7—1 win for Caroline Haslett. Well done to all the girls. We begin the first week back after the half term with dodgeball and tag rugby tournaments so we will have a very busy sporting week to report on.

 

On Wednesday 6th February , we sent a team of athletes to Stowe School to compete in the Bucks Schools County Cross Country Championships. They performed brilliantly with Maxwell, Jack and Adam coming 5th, 18th and 35th respectively. Emily and Farun finished 44th and 50th.Congratulations to all of them, they did us proud.

On Monday 4th February our Boys’ Football Team welcomed Moorland Primary School for a home game. The team played really well, leading 11-0 at half time. They mixed the teams up for the second half, turning it more into a friendly. Thanks to those who am along to support. We look forward to welcoming the Moorland Girls’ Team on Monday 11th February.

 

On Monday 28th January, we entered a team in the Indoor Athletics Festival at Shenley Brook End School. They performed brilliantly and are currently joint 2nd on the table. Only the top two schools go through to the finals so we are hoping to be one of those two.  We are still awaiting some results from field events so hopefully those results will work in our favour.

A breakdown of the results is listed below: 

2 lap hurdles:    Amanda 2nd

Thalia 2nd

David 3rd

Harrison 3rd

 

2 lap sprint: Isobel 1st

Jessica 5th

Russell 1st

Jonathan 2nd

 

4 lap sprint: Zoe 2nd

Rocio 5th

Rohan 5th

Dante 2nd

 

6 lap sprint: Farun 5th

Maisy 2nd

Maxwell 2nd

Riley 5th

 

Relay One (Girls): 3rd

Relay Two (Girls): 2nd

Relay One (Boys): 3rd

Relay Two (Boys): 1st

A fantastic achievement, well done to everyone who participated. Fingers crossed for one of the top spots.

 

Our Boys’ Football team played in two matches on Wednesday 23rd January. They drew 0-0 with Chestnuts and lost 2-0 to Giles Brook. There was a definite improvement on last week but the team still need to work on creating opportunities to shoot. Keep working boys, the training is paying off.

 

The EFL Kids Cup first round matches took place last Friday 11th January at the Dome at Woughton on the Green. The team played 5 matches, winning one but losing the other four. They beat Drayton park 4—0 which was a great result, with Keon scoring 3 out of the 4 goals. A fantastic performance. It was a small pitch and the team need to work on controlling passes and creating opportunities to shoot. Good effort and keep up the training

Our Football Team played against Whitehouse School on Wednesday 12th December. The boys played a great match and came away with a 3-1 win. Playing on grass must be our lucky charm! Well done boys; it was a great way to end the year.

 

Our Football Team played against Loughton School on Wednesday 5th December. It was a great match, ending in a 0-0 draw. Miss Hilton was really proud of the way the team played, well done boys.  The first win of the season is getting closer.

 

Horse Riding from Autumn Term 18/19

Miss Hilton and our Cross Country team participated at Stantonbury on Saturday 20th October . They put in amazing performances, coming 5th overall in the Large Schools Category. The results are below and it is worth mentioning that there were between 130 and 150 children in each race. A big thank you to Avi who stepped in on the morning of the event to run, despite having had no training. A special mention must go to Maxwell who came 2nd; an absolutely fantastic achievement. Well done to all the children who took part (and to Miss Hilton) for all your hard work and commitment to training.

  

Horse riding club Friday 19th October.

On Thursday 11th October, CHPS Boys football team had a match against Bushfields School, CHPS won 6-2. Well Done!

Autumn term children taking part in horse riding club.

On Friday 5th October 2018 , miss Hilton took some more of our pupils to take part in the MK challenge day at MK Springers on Kiln Farm.

Well done to our football team who won their first match of the season on Thursday 4th October against Long Meadow School. The result was 5-2 with goals scored by Maxwell, Rohan, Josef and Keon.  A brilliant result boys!

 

On Friday 28th September 2018 , some of our pupils took part in the MK challenge day at MK Springers on Kiln Farm

TUG OF WAR

 

On Tuesday the 10th of July, the Year 5 and 6 Tug of War team competed at Sir Herbert Leon Academy. We had a great day and placed 5th overall in the competition. The team is pictured below. Well done to everyone for a fantastic effort.

 

STANTONBURY ATHLETICS

Huge congratulations to our Stantonbury Athletics 2018 team. Caroline Haslett were the winners of the Large Schools Group. Miss Hilton is pictured with the trophy. We also came away with individual medals: Isobel came first in the Long Jump; Shruti came second in the Vortex and Maxwell came third in the 800m. It was a fantastic achievement from the whole team. Well done everyone for your hard work and commitment.

 

Please see photos below of the children who are taking part in horse riding club during the summer term

On Friday 16th March our Tag  Rugby team entered a tournament. They won matches against Rickley Park, st Monicas and Abbeys Primary Schools. They lost 1 Try against Giles Brook and 2 Trys against Oxley Park and Summerfield Primary Schools. The team came 7th overall out of 14 teams. 

On Thursday 15th March Caroline Haslett Dodgeball Team, came 3rd place in all MK. Won games against Oxley Park, Ceaders, Tickford park in the pools and lost out in the semis by Bradwell village. We played and won against oxley Park to come 3rd.

On Wednesday 21st February, our Year 5/6 Dodgeball team played in a tournament on Monday and made it through to the Milton Keynes finals which will be held in the next few weeks.

They played brilliant dodgeball, winning 5 out of 6 games.  The teams they beat are as follows:Bradwell village; Long Meadow;Cold Harbour; The Webber School and Emerson Valley

Well done and we wish them all the best in the finals.

 

We have had a very successful week in sports. Maxwell, Gemma and Harry participated in the Bucks Schools Cross Country Championships on Wednesday 7th February. Harry and Gemma came 19th and 36th respectively which is fantastic considering the amount of children participating. Maxwell finished in an amazing 9th place which means he qualifies for nationals. Well done to all of them on a brilliant achievement.

 

KS1 & KS2 Gymnastics

Challenge Day at MK Springers