South Norfolk Girl's Football

On Tuesday 15th October Spooner Row took two teams to the South Norfolk Girl's Football Competition at Goals in Norwich. There were two separate competitions, one for years 3/4 and one for years 5/6.

There were 11 schools in the year 3/4 competition. The girls from Badger class started the tournament with a promising three nil win against Stoke Holy Cross team 2.

After such a promising start the Badgers struggled to find the net but put in a very strong defensive performance in thier games against Hempnall and Trowse which both finished nil nil.

As you can see from the photos, the girls thoroughly enjoyed themselves and made the most of any breaks in play.

Next came two defeats against a very strong Harleston team and the eventual winners Robert Kett.

This meant that Spooner Row finished fourth in the group.

The final game was a play off game with Newton Flotman to see which team would finish 7th and 8th in the tourament. The Badger team picked the right moment to hit some form a…

Eastern Region KS1 Gymnastics Finals

On Tuesday 16th July the Key Stage 1 gymnastics squad travelled all the way to Huntingdon for the Easton Region schools competition. The Spooner row squad qualified by winning the South Norfolk and Norfolk competitions. This was an incredible achievement as there are approximately 300 junior and infant schools in Norfolk and several thousand Key Stage 1 children eligible to take part.

The competition was held at the world renowned gymnasium that is the home of multiple olympic medal winners Louis Smith and Max Whitlock,

For the first stage of the competition  the children perform a squat on vault onto a bench. They then walked on their toes to the end of the bench and performed a straight jump onto a mat. As you can see from the photos the children showed great poise and precision.

Sports Day

Our Sports Day was held on Wednesday 26th June.

This year each house adopted a county to represent. Blue House were Italy, Red House were Sri Lanka, Yellow House were Turkey and Green House were Spain. Sports day kicked off with an Olympic style opening ceremony.