VPPS House Football Festival 2017
The sun was finally shining down for this years house Football festival. This year saw a Year 3/4 competition and a Year 5/6 competition. All the matches were played in such a friendly and kind manner and all the players and supporters can be very proud of themselves. There were some brilliant performances and goals on the pitch and some very loud chanting from the side lines! All the players showed that VPPS growth mindset but it was lovely to see everyone just enjoying themselves. Huge congratulations to Campbell house who were the overall winners!!
VPPS House Gymnastics Competition 2017
Thursday 23rd March saw the annual VPPS House gymnastics competition. It saw a fantastic standard of gymnastics from Year 1 through to Year 6, showcasing all the hard work that our children have put in during their P.E lessons this term. All the children demonstrated a brilliant growth mindset while trying to impress our judges, Miss Roddick and Miss Jones! Overall, it was a fun but competitive afternoon and great way of celebrating sport at our school. A huge well done to all the competitors. The final results came in with More house the winners!!
VPPS House Fusion ball Tournament - Friday 10th February
The last Friday of the term saw an exciting new house competition - Fusion ball. It's a combination of dodgeball and benchball, which the Year 6s have been learning as part of their PE sessions.
Each house had 10 players per team plus 2 subs; plus a referee per match. There were 6 exciting matches in total and each player showed determination, resilience and a growth mindset. Extra points were awarded for sportsmanship. There were many standout performances: - the jumping and dodging skills of Tean, defence and resilience of Alex, the accuracy of catching and throwing skills of Amina plus fantastic and fair referring by Issac. In the end Aardman aka Dabbing Dinosaurs won with 13 points. Well done Year6!!!!
Friday 3rd February 2017
The Year 5 House Swimming Gala
Year 5 took part in the annual VPPS Year 5 House Swimming Gala at Bristol South Swimming Pool. All the children that took part were amazing and should be very proud of their determination and growth mindset during their races. The kindness and co-operation showed by Year 5 to each other was wonderful as they cheered on their class mates from the sides. It was tremendous to see so many parents there to watch and cheer on as well! The gala itself was a closely fought event with Stevenson house finishing 4th, Aardman 3rd, Campbell 2nd and More house running out the 2017 swimming gala winners!! the relay race was again neck and neck with Cedar class just beating Magnolia class to the finish line, much to Miss Datta's delight! Overall, a brilliant afternoon had by both children and adults and we look forward to next years event!!
VPPS House Cross Country - 5th October 2016
The first house event of the year saw the House Cross Country at Victoria park. The sun was shining, the wind was gusty and the children of VPPS showed why they are the very best!!! Every single runner showed a real positive growth mindset, determination and most of all had a really fun time representing their houses (that includes the teachers). The morning races saw reception, Year 1 and Year 2 race followed by Years 3,4,5 and 6 in the afternoon. All houses competed to a high standard and this years cross country was a close fought battle with More house coming out victorious. Overall, a lovely day had by all and it was wonderful to see so many parents cheering on the children. Well done VPPS!!!
VPPS House Cross Country 2016/17
Our first house competition of the year is the house cross country. This will be held at Victoria Park on Wednesday 5th October. A full report on the day along with pictures to follow!
VPPS Sports Day 2015/16
Our final house competition of the year was our annual sports day. The sun shone and the children were amazing, demonstrating our school values and great competitive spirit. Lots of Year 6 children showed off their leadership skills when running events for the younger children's events in the afternoon. Aardman won in the Year 4 to 6 event and Campbell won in the Reception to Year 3 event. Thanks to all the parents and carers who came to support and to Broadplain Rugby Club for allowing us to use the pitch.
VPPS House Football Tournament 2015/16
On Thursday 19th May, we held our annual House Football Tournament. The teams were chosen in trials earlier in the term and the house captains acted as team managers.
All teams played really well, and although the games were close, Aardman won overall after winning all their games. As well as showing great physical skill on the pitch, the children also demonstrated our school values, especially respect, honesty and co-operation. Thanks to all the parents and carers who came to watch.
VPPS House Gymnastics 2015/16
On Thursday 17th March, we held our House Gymnastics Competition. This was a great celebration of all the hard work the children have put into their lessons this term. The standard was extremely high across the school and the children who were chosen to perform showed real focus and bravery when performing on their own. Stevenson were announced as the winning team. Well done to all involved!
VPPS Year 5 House Swimming Gala 2015/16
On Friday 29th January, we held our annual Year 5 House Swimming Gala. It was a great celebration of the progress that the children have made with their swimming. They showed great determination and respect, as well as lots of encouragement and skill.
Many thanks to Nicky Bryant for all her help in teaching the children and for helping us to organise the gala.
The results are as follows:
1st - Campbell
2nd - Moore
3rd - Aardman
Well done also to Birch class who won the class relay (much to Mr Bliss's delight!).
VPPS House Cross Country 2015/16
Today we held our first House Cross Country race. The children were amazing and showed great determination to finish the distance. They were an amazing support to each other and showed all of our school values.
Our House Captains were a huge help in marshaling and collecting results.
Congratulations to Aardman who won overall.