Tuesday 20th June 2017
Miss Roddick, Miss Jones and Miss Gardiner took our dancers to Ashton Park School for the KS2 Dance Fest!! After weeks of dedicated rehearsals the team performed two dances which went down a storm with the packed crowd. All the dancers can be hugely proud of their effort and performances on the night as well has their dedication and attitude prior. Well done and a big thanks to Miss Roddick, Miss Gardiner and Miss Jones for yet another successful dance completion!
Summer Term Extra Sporting Activities
Year 3 and Year4 have been involved in an exciting opportunity to learn brand new skills and a special house competition. Future Stars and Mrs Casling have taken two groups over the last few weeks and taught them New Age Curling. They learnt accuracy, aiming and how to ‘bash’ each other’s curling stones out the way. Overall they had a fab morning. Congratulations to More house who were victorious in both competitions.
Also, reception and Year 1 had a very active morning learning new skills. Jade Sampson from Bristol School of Judo came in and taught very enthusiastic groups of children the basics of Judo. There was a lot a fun had by all and many children were keen to join Jade's lunchtime Judo club. More information on this club will be available in September.
Monday 19th June 2017
Team VPPS headed to Bridge Learning Campus for the Ashton Park Quadkids Athletics event. The scorching temperatures didn't put off our team and each one of the competitors can be proud of their performances. VPPS competed in 4 events, 600 metre running race, howler throw, standing long jump and the 60 metre sprint race. Some stand out performances saw Kayne Christie win both running races and Zofia Godall demonstrate a tremendous growth mindset. Well done team VPPS!!!
Monday 18th June 2017
20 of our Year 5 pupils completed their Level 2 Bikeability training. We are immensely proud of their achievements. All the pupils had great fun during the 5 sessions out on the roads , where they learned the importance of road safety, road hazards and understanding the highway code amongst many other important cycle safety information. Well done to all the children who took part.
Friday 16th June 2017
Team VPPS headed to Bedminster Cricket Club for a day of sun, fun and girls cricket!! The team was made up of year 5 and 6 girls who had never played cricket before and its aim was to teach them some new skills. It was a fun filled day where the girls practised some throwing, catching, batting and bowling skills and also got to compete against other schools. All the girls came away very happy, proud of their achievements and with some new found skills. Well done girls!!
Tuesday 13th June 2017
Year 5 and 6 headed to the Ashton Park Tennis competition following in the footsteps of the Year 3/4 team. Team VPPS showed some fantastic new skills they had learnt from the session and represented the school to the usual high standard. There was lots of examples of growth mindset and our school values being shown through out the competition and the team can be very proud of their achievements. Lots of fun was had along the way with some stand out performances from Ashton Sweeny and Billy Marsh. Well done Team VPPS!!!
Friday 9th June 2017
Mrs Casling took a year 3/4 Tennis team to the Ashton Park Mini-Tennis competition. The team showed tremendous growth mindset and had bundles if fun, learning new skills along the way. We are all looking forward to the year 5/6 competition next week!!! Go team VPPS!!!
Thursday 25th May 2017
Well done to our team of Year 5/6 gymnasts who showed great determination, resilience and team work. A fantastic display by a late replacement Jakub, an injured Spike and a star award for Zofia from the judges. Most importantly, we all had fun including the teachers. See you in term 6!!!
Tuesday 23rd May 2017
Team VPPS headed to Bedminster Cricket club for the first week of the Kwick Cricket League. With the sun shining and conditions perfect for a game of cricket the spirits were high. The team played 2 games and performed to a superb standard in both, drawing one and narrowly losing the second. Some great bowling saw Daniel Brooke take 4 wickets along with some hard hitting that saw Kayne Christie score 2 sixes in one over. Each player can be very proud of their effort and attitude. Wee can't wait for week 2.
Thursday 18th May 2017
Our Year 3's and 4's headed to City of Bristol Gymnastics centre in Hartcliffe for the Ashton Park gymnastics competition. The team each performed a floor routine they have been practicing and also a vault routine. Lots of hard work, determination and fun was shown by all. A huge well done to all the children that took part, as usual they represented VPPS fantastically well.
Wednesday 3rd May 2017
The girls of Team VPPS took to the Football field for Week 2 of the Girls Football League at South Bristol Sports Centre. They played 4 matches in total and showed tremendous progress from their first week. Elsie Williams- Beese scored a wonderful goal as the girls drew 1-1 in the first match, Lara once again demonstrated some tough tackling in defence with Molly making some top draw saves in goal. Overall the girls never gave up and can't wait for week 3.
Thursday 27th April 2017
Year 4 had an exciting opportunity to attend 'Bristol Walkfest' launch at College Green. They took part in a measure mile challenge around College Green and received a certificate and badge for their tremendous achievement. The children also had the opportunity to play walking Football, make a cycle powered smoothie, see a Parkour demonstration from Freedog and pet a guide dog. The children had loads of fun walking with the sustainable transport roadshow team and their mascot. This launch starts a month long walking festival involving 50 local organisations in Bristol offer over 140 walks. The walks can be view on the following website: www.bristolwalkfest.com.
Wednesday 26th April 2017
The VPPS girls football team took to the pitch for the first week of the Ashton Park Football festival for girls. The team we were in high spirits on arrival and couldn't wait to get going. they played 4 matches and showed true VPPS determination and growth mindset improving each game. There were some wonderful performances from Lara Denyer and Effie Lomax. All the girls can be proud of their effort and we can't wait for next week!!!
Wednesday 5th April 2017
Year 5 and 6 headed to Hengrove swimming pool for the annual Ashton Park Partnership gala. Team VPPS were out in force as 22 children took part in this event. With an overall finish of 5th place a fun afternoon was had by all. It was lovely to see so many smiley faces during the event such as Isaac Perkins who took part in his first gala, JJ from year 5 showed strong resilience and determination in all of his races and Ivy Court came in first place in her race. A huge well done to all that took part. Happy Easter!!
Friday 31st March 2017
Team VPPS headed to Broadplain Rugby Club for the 3/4 Tag Rugby Festival. It was a sunny and slightly chilly morning but the team were in high spirits. Some of the team had never played Tag Rugby before and can be very proud of the new skills they demonstrated. The team won one match on the day and scored lots of brilliant tries!! They all showed a positive attitude and were very respectful to the opposition. Well done!
Tuesday 28th March 2017
The netball team took to the court again with a returning Daniel Lovell but an injured Amelia T in support. The headed to Merchants Academy for the 5/6 Netball Finals. They showed great team work and focused determination with 2 defeats and 2 draws. No medals this time but VPPS are proud of their growth mindset and fantastic determination.
Tuesday 21st March 2017
The netball team showed fantastic team work, a good growth mindset and great determination at the tournament today. They won all 3 games to go through to the playoffs next week. Elsie showed ninja skills and appeared everywhere, Kanye proved to be a sharp shooter and Naomi showed increasing confidence in her new role at wing defence. Well done VPPS.
Tuesday 14th March 2017
Team VPPS headed to Merchants Academy for a fun filled day of Hockey. The team couldn't wait to get started and won their group with 3 wins and a draw and did not concede one goal. They followed this up in the quarter finals with a 2-0 win against Luckwell and a fantastic 1-0 win against Christchurch School in the semi-finals. The team showed passion, determination and respect as they just fell short losing to Ashton Vale in the Final. A huge well done to all the players as they finished a brilliant 2nd place out of over 20 schools. Go Team VPPS!!!!
Thursday 9th March 2017
Team VPPS headed for week 2 of the Year 3/4 Football League. Following a really successful first week the team were full of confidence and couldn't wait to get started. They played 4 games, winning 1 and scoring some great goals in those 4 games. Year 3/4 can be really proud of how much they have improved each match. Well done to all the players for showing that true VPPS sportsmanship, determination and kindness. Thank you for all the wonderful support from all our parents.
Thursday 9th March 2017
Mrs Casling and Miss Roddick took a budding team of Year 1 and 2 gymnasts to the Hartcliffe Gymnastics Centre for the afternoon to compete in the Ashton Park SP competition. It was a fantastic competition and the weeks of practise at lunchtimes payed off. The children performed both a floor routine and on the vault. Each and every pupil can be very proud of the growth mindset shown and teamwork as well as the new skills they have learnt along the way. Well done team VPPS!
Tuesday 8th March 2017
Team VPPS headed to Ashton Park school for week 1 off the Year 5/6 Netball league. The team were really excited and did themselves proud on the court. They played 5 games, winning 2 and showed tremendous improvements each game. Some standout performers were Grace Perry how was superb in the centre position and Daniel Lovell was outstanding in his first ever Netball match, showing determination and passion throughout. Well done and thank you to all the parents who helped out and came to support!!
Monday 6th March 2017
Team VPPS headed out for a friendly football match against Illminster Avenue school. The team turned out a truly fantastic performance coming out 11-1 winners. All the players showed true growth mindset and teamwork. Spike Weaver scored a tremendous 7 goals, Jack Vine hit 2 goals with Taylor Doyle and Liam Beirne scoring the rest. the team can be very proud of their achievements and it was great to see the sportsmanship towards our opposition during and after the game. Well done!!
Thursday 2nd March 2017
Team VPPS took to the football field once again at the Ashton Park Sports Partnership football league. This time it was our Year 3/4 team and each and every player can be proud of their achievements during week 1's fixtures. The team played 4 games, winning 2 and narrowly losing the others. There were some stand out performances from Archie Vine and JJ Foster and some fantastic displays of growth mindset from Chrishawn Lewis and Roxy Chard who played in goal for the first ever time. Well done Team VPPS and we can't wait for week 2!!
Wednesday 1st March 2017
Mr Bliss and Miss Sadler took Year 2 to BDS school for the annual KS1 Dance Fest. This years theme was 'Barnaby Bear goes around the world'. Each class was given a country to perform a dance routine for. Birch class, dressed in all red and black, performed their routine about Spain with Mulberry class paying tribute to India in all blue and yellow. After weeks of hard work, determination, many rehearsals and a sprinkle of magic from Miss Gardiner, Year 2 can be thrilled with their performances on the day. Both routines were brilliant, they were fun, colourful and well choreographed. Well done Year 2 and a massive thank you to all the parents who came along to help.
Saturday 25th February 2017
Team VPPS took to the stage at Bristol's Colston Hall to perform two dances at the Stages dance competition. Weeks of hard work, determination, co-operation and fun in preparing for the competition was clear to see as every single VPPS performer shone!! Our children received a standing ovation from the audience for both performances as they were amazed by numerous cartwheels, lifts and two perfectly choreographed danced routines. A massive well done to all the children who took part and worked so hard to achieve what they did, to all the parents who were there to support and to MIss Roddick, Miss Jones and Miss Gardiner who made the whole thing possible! Go Team VPPS!!!
Thursday 23rd February 2017
Sadly due to 'Hurricane Doris', Week 1 of the Year 3/4 Football League has been cancelled for safety reasons. Week hope for better weather for week 2!!
Thursday 9th February 2017
It was finals week for our Year 5/6 Football team who have reached the semi finals of the Ashton Park Sports Partnership football league. Losing only 2 games in 3 weeks, scoring over 30 goals this league has been a tremendous achievement for VPPS. Team VPPS narrowly missed out on a place in the cup final to a last minute goal against Holy Mead School with a score of 2-1. However, despite this disappointment each and every VPPS player showed that VPPS spirit and growth mindset to pick themselves up and beat West Town Lane School 2-1 in the bronze medal match to finish a fantastic 3rd place!!! Well done to all the players involved and a massive thank you to the support from so many parents during this 4 week event. Well done !!!
Thursday 2nd February 2017
Team VPPS Football took to the field once again for week 3 of the Year 5/6 Ashton Park Sports Partnership tournament. The previous 2 weeks had been very successful with the team losing only 2 of their 11 matches played. Week 3 was no exception as the team ran out undefeated winning 4 out of 4! On a very windy afternoon the team scored a total of 15 goals with Buster Barnes netting a 3 goals in one game and our goalkeeper Kanye Christie conceding only 2!! Well done Team VPPS and we look forward to next weeks grand finals!
Term 3 - Year 6 Level 2 Bikeablity Training
Some of our Year 6 pupils took their Level 2 Bikeablity training this term. The training consisted of 4 sessions to develop “on-road” skills to enable children to make local cycle journeys safely. The course was run by Bristol City Council in partnership with Life Cycle UK. All the children passed the course with flying colours and really enjoyed the experience and new skills learnt along the way. This course will run again in Term 6 for Year 5. Theses courses also run outside of school. For more information about booking your child on one go to www.bristol.cycletms.com. Well done Year 6!!
Thursday 26th January 2017
Team VPPS took to the football field again for week 2 of the Year 5 and 6 Ashton Park Sports Partnership Football League. Despite the freezing conditions the team won 3 of their 5 games. There was some stand out performances from Lewis Saunders who scored 2 wonderful goals in one game and Tean Woods-Roberts who was excellent in defence all afternoon. Well done to all the players that took part for showing that VPPS respect and determination and a huge thank you to all the parents that came to watch and helped with transport. We can't wait for week 3!!
Thursday 19th January 2017
Team VPPS were back in Football action for the second time in a week. This time it was week 1 of the Year 5/6 Ashton Park Sports Partnership Football League. It was a bitter cold afternoon but that didn't stop the team winning all 6 of their matches and scoring 16 goals along the way!! A tremendous effort from the whole team with some fine goals by Spike Weaver and Taylor Doyle. It was fantastic to see so many parents their to cheer on the team. Thank you! We can't wait for week 2.
Monday 16th January 2017
Team VPPS took to the football field for a Malago schools friendly match against Cheddar Grove School. Despite the pouring rain and being on the losing side, the team can be very proud of their effort and attitude. All the players showed determination and respect during the match with some stand out performances from Joseph Parker, who was playing his first ever match and Barney Madge who showed a tremendous growth mindset.
Wednesday 11th January 2017
Team VPPS kicked off 2017 at Bedminster Down School. A team of our Year 3 and 4 pupils participated in the Ashton Park Sportshall Athletics competition. This event was made up of a variety of throwing, catching and running events and a great deal of fun was had by all. Team VPPS showed their usual high standard of respect for others, determination while competing along with showing tremendous teamwork and kindness towards each other. All the children and parents had a fabulous time and it was great to see our children learning new skills and generally enjoying the competition. Team VPPS came in 3rd place overall and can be very proud of their achievements.
Sport at VPPS in 2017
2017 has some exciting sporting events to for everyone at VPPS to look forward to. Term 3 and 4 are particularly action packed with Football matches for Years 3,4,5 and 6, Year 2 will be taking part in Dance Fest, our dancers will be back in action again at the annual Stages dance competition, Year 5 and 6 will be taking part in Bikeablity training, all ages will be participating in the Ashton Park Gymnastics Festival, plus Key Stage 2 will be competing in a Hockey Festival. Full match reports, updates and photos from these events will follow.
Wishing all a very happy and active new year from all at VPPS!
Tuesday 13th December
On Tuesday Mr Gunner and Mr Stinchcombe took 11 excited Year 6 children to London for the 8th Annual London Chess Classic. A wet and cold 7am start didn't dampen the spirits, nor did the 3 hour coach journey! The children had a wonderful time, meeting real chess grandmasters, competing in a chess tournament of their own against over 300 other children and watching real chess professionals in action. The whole experience was a day to remember and everyone picked up many new chess tips along the way. We can't wait for next year!!!
Wednesday 23rd November
Team VPPS headed to the finals of the Ashton Park Basketball league in fine form. VPPS played 3 games in a mini finals league, winning 2 and losing 1. It was a very close fought affair with the team finishing 3rd place on goal difference. Every player showed determination and passion once again and can be very proud of their achievements over the last 3 weeks. Well done !!
Sunday 20th November
Some of our Year 5 and 6 pupils took part in the Cross Country County finals on a cold and very wet Sunday morning at Ashton Park School. Ronnie, Emilia and Daniel B from Year 5 and Kanye and Youseff from Year 6 all took part in this event and can be very proud of their achievements. All of the runners gave their all and showed that tremendous VPPS growth mindset in very difficult conditions. Each and every runner did VPPS very proud. Well done to all the runners!
Wednesday 16th November
Week 2 of the Basketball League saw Team VPPS undefeated again! The team played 6 matches, winning 3 and drawing 3, including a exciting and hard fought draw against our local neighbours St Mary Redcliffe. Each and every VPPS player showed tremendous attitude and application on and off the court. Sam Richardson and Cameron George can be very proud of their performances and improvement over the last few weeks, showing excellent determination in developing their basketball skills.
Wednesday 2nd November
Team VPPS were back in sporting action at the start of term 2 as week 1 of the Ashton Park Year 5 and 6 Basketball League began. The team played five friendly matches, to gain an understanding of the rules and learn valuable skills, before the league proper begins In week 2. As usual, the team can be proud of their performances winning 4 matches and drawing 1. All the players showed respect, determination and co-operation as they dug deep to win their matches. Well done and we can't wait for week 2!
Monday 17th October
The fifth and final week of the Tag Rugby festival saw Team VPPS continue their fantastic run of performances with 3 more wins and a hard fought 5-5 draw versus Christchurch. As in previous weeks the team work and togetherness showed on and off the pitch with some fine team performances. More tries from Spike Weaver and Kayne Christie and some wonderful defensive matches from Daniel Brooke and Andrew Williams saw Team VPPS finish 1st place in their designated league. Well done Team VPPS!
Monday 10th October
Week 4 of the Year 5 and 6 Tag Rugby festival saw Team VPPS turn out their best performance yet. The team played 3 games and won all 3, scoring a massive 16 tries along the way! It was evident how much the team have grown together over the last month with some fantastic team work both in defence and attack from all players. Stand out performances in defence from Bryn Hill and Elsie Williams-Beese along with some superb tries from Kayne Christie and Spike Weaver. Well Done Team VPPS and keep up the good work in week 5.
Tuesday 4th October
The Ashton Park Sports Partnership Cross Country run saw another successful sporting outing by Team VPPS. Every VPPS pupil who took part ran a superb race with all our runners finishing in the top 45 in their designated race. The Year 3/4 boys race saw some VPPS determination from Felix, Harry, Ziggy, Arnold and Abraham. The Year 5 girls saw Ivy and Emilia finish in the top 21 with Emilia qualifying for the county team with the Year 5/6 boys Ronnie, Daniel, Kayne and Youseff also joining her in representing the county. Manu, Robbie and Melissa also ran a great race finishing in the top 25. All in all a very successful event for VPPS!!!
Monday 3rd October
Week 3 of the Year 5 and 6 Tag Rugby Festival at Broadplain RC was very exciting. Team VPPS played 4 matches, winning 2 and drawing 1. They racked up an outstanding 16 tries in those matches with tries from Kayne Christie, Andrew Williams, Youseff Gehabi and Mikey Godwin. The team showed their usual co-operation, respect and determination, even with the referees and opposition teams commenting on how respectful the VPPS team were towards their opposition and what a lovely spirit they played the game in. Well done!
Thursday 29th September
Some of our Year 3 and 4’s took part in a Netball taster event called ‘Step into Netball’ at South Bristol Sports Centre on Thursday 29th September during a lovely soggy afternoon. The event provided an introduction to the basics of Netball through games and drills. Despite the wet weather, the VPPS team showed determination to learn and develop their Netball skills and had a really fun time along the way. Well done Team VPPS !!
Monday 26th September
Week 2 of the Year 5 and 6 Tag Rugby Festival saw another successful week of pure team work, that passionate VPPS determination as well as some wonderful individual performances. Team VPPS played 4 games and as the previous week won 3 of them. There were some stand out performances from the whole team, with tries from Andrew Williams, Spike Weaver, Kayne Christie and a superb last gasp winning try from Daniel Brooke. Also, a real strong defensive performance from Elsie Williams-base. The team are really building some momentum going into week 3 next Monday. Go Team VPPS!
Monday 19th September
Following the brilliant example set by the Girls Tag Rugby team the previous week, the Year 5 and 6 Tag Rugby team kicked off week 1 of the Ashton Park Sports Partnership tag rugby festival this week. The team performed to a fantastic standard, playing 4 matches and winning 3. They showed all the VPPS school values, highlighting great deal of determination and teamwork with some particularly standout performances from Lily Gage, Daniel Brooke and Kanye Christie. We are all looking forward to the next 4 weeks.
Friday 16th September
The first sporting event of the year started with a fantastic display of team work, co operation and determination. A mixture of Year 4, 5 and 6 girls attended the annual Girls Tag Rugby festival at Broadplain Rugby Club. Led by inspirational captain Holly Biggs, the girls improved in each game.
Tries were scored by Holly, Amelia, Layla and Isabelle but this was only down to the team work shown by all the girls. Emily also showed excellent defensive skills with Amelia and Lily also playing in the Year 5 and 6 Tag Rugby festival.
Today, eight Year 3 pupils went to David Lloyd Tennis Centre to play in a tennis festival against other local schools. It was a great chance for the children to put in to practice all the skills they've been learning in their PE lessons. They did amazingly well, scoring lots of points and one of our teams got into the finals. It was very exciting and they ended up coming second! Well done!
10th June 2016
On Wednesday, some children went to Bristol and Clifton Golf Club to have a go at tri-golf. The children had great fun trying out all the different games and scored lots of points. It was quite tricky to start with but we got better and better as the morning went on.
On Tuesday our cricket team had their second league session at Bedminster Cricket Club. It was a great afternoon of cricket in the sunshine and our team played really well. We played two matches which were very close. We're looking forward to our next and final session next week.
20th May 2015.
On Monday we sent two teams to a netball tournament at Redmaids School. Our children played so well that they came 1st and 2nd. Amazing!
On Wednesday lots of children went to the Ashton Park School Sports Partnership competition at Hartcliffe Gym. We had great fun on all the apparatus and the children performed their routines brilliantly.
On Saturday 23rd April Kanye Christie and Sonny Page took part in the Bristol Schools Cross Country Final at Ashton Park School after coming at the top 20 in our local area at the Cross Country event earlier in the year. They both ran extremely well and made a value contribution to the Bristol South team.
After their amazing performance in the Heats for the Bristol School's Swimming Gala last term, Katie Hill and Stanley Court got through to the finals which also happened on Saturday. They did brilliantly, with Stanley narrowly missing out on a medal by only hundredths of a second!
How brilliant to see our children performing at such a high level. We are very proud!
Tuesday 12th April
We sent some of the Year 6 netball squad to play in a High 5 Netball Tournament today. The standard was very high; even the Secondary PE teachers were impressed. We had great fun and came 4th! Well done girls!
Wow! What a busy sporting week we've had!
It all started at the weekend, when our amazing dancers wowed the audience at the Colston Hall with their superb performance at Stages. We're now waiting to hear if we will get a place at the gala performance later in the year.
On Tuesday morning, some of our Year 6 children went to the Bristol School Swimming Association Swimming Gala. They did amazingly well, showing some real skill and determination. Well done swimmers!
On Tuesday after school our netball team went to their finals, playing against the top teams in the area. They faced top opposition and horrible weather conditions but they played really well and did themselves proud. We were even approached by the organisers who complimented the girls on their standard of play. She said she had never seen such a strong team from Victoria Park! What a compliment!!
On Thursday our Year 3 and 4 football teams played their next league session at Bristol South Sports Centre. They showed great teamwork and really enjoyed themselves.
Finally, this morning our Year 5 rugby team played at Broadplain Rugby Club against lots of other local schools. They had a great time and did the school proud.
Well done to all involved and thanks so much to all parents and carers who have come to support and provide transport.
Monday 7th March 2016
Huge congratulations to our amazing dance group for their performance at Stages on Saturday. Their hard work and commitment really paid off as their performance was outstanding! If you'd like to see a video, take a look on our twitter page. Thanks to our talented dance coaches, Miss Roddick and Miss Jones for all your inspiration.
Friday 4th March 2016
Well, it's been another great week for our netballers who won all but one of their matches at the league session this week, giving them a place in the final. Good luck girls!
On Thursday the Year 3 and Year 4 football teams went to their first league sessions. They showed great respect and team-work and improved with every game. Good luck for next week!
26th February 2016
What a great start to this term!
This week our two Year 5/6 football teams played at Bristol South in their last league session. Both teams did themselves proud with lots of success on the pitch. One of the teams has made it into the final which will happen next week. Go Vicky Park!
Our netball team had their first league session and what a great start it was! The team have been training since September and all their hard work and commitment have paid off. They won all but one of their matches. Good luck for the next league session!
On Wednesday 2nd December some of Year 4 children took part in an athletics competition. Because we didn’t have enough for a full team, we joined together with Hotwells Primary School. It was great to make some new friends and we came 3rd. Great job!
26th November 2015
Today we sent a team to the Ashton Park Sportshall Athletics competition where the children took part in various running, throwing and jumping activities. They did amazingly well and showed great co-operation. Go Vicky Park!
18th November 2015
After another successful session, our basketball are through to the final. Keep checking for more news!
11th November 2015
Our basketball team had a great first session at the Ashton Park School Sports Partnership Basketball League today. We won 3 matches, drew 1 and lost 1. This was really impressive especially considering the children had not played a proper match together before. We're looking forward to another successful session next week.
10th November 2015
Congratulations to our year 6 dodgeball team who came third in a tournament at Bedminster Down School today. They showed great teamwork and sportsmanship, working well together and showing respect to their opponents. They were so impressive, the organisers awarded them the fair play award. Great work!
The Victoria Park Rugby League team played their first set of tag rugby matches this Monday at Broadplain Rugby Club. They did extremely well drawing one match, losing two and ending on a high winning their final game! Their faces, adorned with the Romanian flag, were beaming as they came off the pitch and we can't wait to repeat our success next Monday evening!
Last Friday some of our girls went to play at a girl's rugby tournament at Broadplain Rugby Club. They had a great time and played really well, especially considering that lots of them hadn't played competitive rugby before. Great job girls!