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Sporting Achievements

Cross Country Festival (Thursday 24th October 2019)

A huge well done to all the competitors in today's Cross Country Festival at Tring School. The weather was miserable, but the children were all in high spirits. GCSE Students at Tring School warmed them up before they took part in a series of races; Y1/2 mixed, Y3/4 Girls, Y3/4 Boys, Y5/6 Girls and Y5/6 Boys. Despite the rain and mud, they all did fantastically and we are very proud of them! 

Well done to Ralph, Laurence, Christopher, Jake, James, Nicholas, Blake, Harry, Cody, Henry, Maya, Alina, Isobel, Maggie, Isabella, Maisy, Carys, Maisy, Harry, Summer, Kardalen, Erin and Florence. 

Due to the weather, the presentation ceremony was cancelled. They will be receiving their medals and certificates in assembly. 

Edlesborough School vs Brookmead School (Thursday 24th October)

 

awaiting match report

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KS1 Small Schools Festival 

On Monday 16th June, 15 KS1 children travelled by coach to Stoke Mandeville Stadium where they took part in a sports festival with 17 other schools.

They all received a certificate in assembly for their excellent efforts.

Take a look below at some of the photos from the day:

Year 3/4 Quicksticks Festival

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Well done Edlesborough Netballers!

On Friday 10th May, an A team and B team made up of Years 5 and 6 pupils went to Wingrave Netball Club to take part in a High Five Netball Tournament against other local schools; Brookmead, Cheddington, St Michaels, Ashmead, Long Marston and Wingrave Netball Club. 

All the children played amazingly and once they got into the swing of it, their play improved with every match and we scored a few goals! 

We are so proud of them, although a special mention goes to Samuel and Lily for their outstanding effort and willingness to get stuck in! A huge 'Well Done' to Salih, Isobel, Isabelle, Isabella, Theo, Samuel, Lily, Summer, Sian, Annie and George.

Photos and full match report to follow...

Girl's Football FA Festival

On Wednesday 1st May, girls from Years 3 and 4 took part in a Girls Football Festival with girls from other local schools.

Female coaches from the FA led a series of activities to practise skills. Following this, the girls were separated into countries and took part in a World Cup Tournament. Well done to Jamaica!

High 5 Netball Match vs Eaton Bray

On Tuesday 30th April, our A and B team played a series of matches against Eaton Bray.  The A Team fought hard but lost 2-5, a tremendous effort. The B team played well and won their match 6-4. 

Well done to the two teams!

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KS2 District Cross Country Championships

Each year AVPSAA organise the KS2 District Cross Country at Waddesdon Manor. This year is took place on Saturday 23rd March. There are four races, Year 3/4 Girls, Year 3/4 Boys, Year 5/6 Girls and finally, Year 5/6 Boys. It is a tough course with a steep hill. Fortunately this year we had much better weather, it was not too muddy and no trainers were lost like last yeay!

All Edlesborough School competitors did fantastically and we are so proud of them. 

 

Results

Year 3/4 Girls (72 runners in total):

Bella - 11th

Sophie - 12th

 

Year 3/4 Boys (106 runners in total):

George - 47th

Laurence - 29th

Noah - 36th

Ethan - 17th

Jack - 72nd

Christopher - 106th

Joshua - 65th 

 

Year 5/6 Girls (48 runners in total):

Isabella - 21st

 

Year 5/6 Boys (58 runners in total):

George - 48th

Alex - 24th

Archie - 4th

Lucas - 14th

Cody - 34th

Joseph 

Matthew - 40th

 

Swimming Gala

On Thursday 14th February, our A Team and B Team took part in a swimming gala at Stoke Mandeville Stadium. The event was massive with 17 different schools entering teams across three events. 

Scores were as follows: 

A Team

Position

School

Points

1st

Bourton Meadow

95

2nd

Bedgrove Junior

120

3rd

St Mary's

146

4th

Wendover Junior

175

5th

Cuddington & Dinton

201

6th

Long Crendon

207

7th

Turnfurlong

214

8th

Stoke Mandeville

226

9th

Brill

258

10th

Haddenham 

264

11th

St Michael's

268

12th

Edlesborough

283

13th

Quainton

325

14th

Whitchurch

328

15th

George Grenville

337

16th

Bierton

358

 

 B Team

Position

School

Points

1st

Bedgrove Junior

25

2nd

Long Crendon

67

3rd

Wendover Junior

70

4th

Brill

91

5th

Stoke Mandeville

93

6th

St Michael's

99

7th

Haddenham 

116

8th

Edlesborough

119

9th

Ashmead

128

 

A superb effort by all our competitors, although a special mention to Archie and Jack who dominated their races. 

Well done!

Well done Jack! (Year 5)

In February, Jack swam in the Bedfordshire County Championships, he qualified for 4 events having met the entry times and previous galas.
The events were: 50m breaststroke, 50m backstroke, 50m freestyle, 50m butterfly.

He made it through to 2 finals gaining PB’s each time he swam. He came 6th in the 50m butterfly final and 8th in the 50m freestyle final. 
Having gained all these PB’s and the greatest number of points in his age group he was awarded the age 10 FINA County Champion for 2019. 

Jack has to commit a lot of his free time to training for these events. Super effort Jack!

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Youth Leadership Day

On Thursday 24th January, a group of very enthusiastic pupils from Year 5 and 6 went to Stoke Mandeville Stadium to attend a training day. 

They completed activities throughout the day to train them to help support Mrs Gough and lead sports at Edlesborough School. As part of the day, they all received a t-shirt with their role on the reverse, they will wear this at school when carrying out their role. These children will join our current Sports Crew who have already completed the training. 

See more about them on our Sports Crew page!

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