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Sporting Events at WJS

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 Welcome to WJS sporting page.  Here you will see all the events children take part in throughout the year. 

Spring Term

On Tuesday 23rd of January WJS took their Year 6 team to take part in the Chelmsford Sports Hall finals which was against 7 other teams. The competition was a massive step up from the heats and WJS really gave it their all to compete against the other teams. We had some great results where the girls came 2nd in two field events & the boys won one field event. We also won some of our races. We ended in a very respectable 6th place with only very few points in it. We also had some individual winners; Lottie for a chest push throw of 7m, Arnie for jumping 5.50m in standing triple jump & Jonty for
throwing the javelin 16.50m! Well done team WJS, you were awesome! 

A big thanks again to Mrs Champney & parents for their support with lifts and cheering on the children, we couldn't do it without you! 

GREAT NEWS 

News just in... the WJS Year 6 Sports Hall team have made it to the Chelmsford final as they scored the highest points out of all the other teams who came third in all the other competition heats! Good luck Year 6 for next Tuesday 23rd January! We are all very proud of you! 

Year 6 Sports Hall Competition

On Friday 12th January WJS took a Year 6 Sports Hall team to Chelmsford Sports & Athletics Centre to take part in the indoor sports hall competition. WJS was against 6 other teams competing in various running & field events including standing/ triple jump, chest push, javelin, obstacle relay, under & over & relays. 

All the children worked hard in all their events and cheered on their team so very well.

A special Well done to Arnie, Elise & Jonty for achieving the highest scores in their individual events. Fantastic team, well done to all! 

Thanks so much to all the parents who helped with lifts and supporting all the children.

Autumn Term

Year 6 Rising stars 
On Tuesday 26th November Jonty, Bonnie, Miles & I went to Chelmsford sports & Athletic Centre to attend the rising stars programme. There were about 60 children from other Chelmsford schools,. We took part in three different activities. We started with basketball I was paired with Jonty. Bonnie & Miles went off to do another activity first. We enjoyed basketball and playing games. We then went and played tennis with children from other schools. The last activity was gymnastics where I paired with Jonty, we worked together creating balances. We all gathered together at the end to celebrate the afternoon Jonty and I were both awarded a certificate, mine for determination and Jonty for teamwork both were for basketball. Bonnie liked gymnastics best, Miles tennis & Jonty basketball. All four of us had lots of fun. Written by Reanna CC

rising starsHi 5

On Friday 1st December our Hi5 team went off to play Newland Spring Primary School. Once again, the team did us all proud. Newland Spring were the overall winners and the team thoroughly enjoyed themselves. A big thank you to everyone who came to support us. 

Cheerleading

We interviewed Poppy from KR about the routine Cheerleading Club are developing for a competition that they have coming up soon. The team have worked so hard to learn their routine and it is looking really good. We wish them the very best for the competition and look forward to sharing the experience with you in the coming weeks.

Ex pupil news 

We have just had the fantastic news that ex WJS pupil May Bradburn is now ranked 2nd in the country for female 50m butterfly in her age group! We are very proud of you May, keep working hard. may

Curling & archery

On Monday 20th November Writtle Juniors took two Year 5/6 teams to Chelmsford Sport and Athletics Centre to take part in a Curling and Archery competition. Alex said, "There were four pools of six teams who played against each other in the Curling competition. The game was really fun, I got really excited when I got a stone in the middle of the target, I was really proud of my team I think we did really well. Our team came in 4th place.” Ronnie said, "There were 32 teams doing archery and we came 5th! My team mates and I thought it was really fun. I liked it best when we could hit the target, my best score was 18 with two arrows. We all had a lovely afternoon.” Thank you to Mrs Hall, Mrs Corby & Mrs Smith for taking us and supporting us at the event. 

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photo curlingYear 5/6 football match

On Monday 13th of November WJS girls football team played St Michaels in a league match. The girls from St Michaels were a solid team to play against but the Writtle girls were up for the challenge. The girls worked hard throughout the game improving on positioning and passing. Just before the half time whistle went Ella dribbled the ball in from the half way line and finished with a cracking goal hitting it straight in the back of the net! The team played a strong attacking game in the second half and scored 3 more times, Fran finally got the goal she deserved, followed by another goal by Ella then Fran scored the last! St Michaels tried to come back at WJS but their super strong defence lead by Rosie just wasn't letting them get through. Some great saves by Jessica! Fantastic result 4-0 win ! Well done to the team! Thanks to Mr Lambert for refereeing the game and to all the parents and supporters for coming over and cheering the girls on. 

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Year 4/6 Hi-5 Game

It was great to see our Hi-5 team play Westlands on Friday 10th November. Westlands played really well and although the game ended in defeat for WJS the team did us proud.  There were some great moves during the game and we look forward to seeing them play in further matches during the year.  Well done to all the team and thanks for all the support

Year 3/4 & 5/6 Cross Country

On the 9th and 16th of November Writtle Juniors took a Year 5/6 team to Chelmer Park and a Year 3/4 team to Melbourne Park. We were lucky with the weather; we had warm and sunny days at both events. All the children ran their hearts out and tried their best. We also had some awesome individual results too! The children all cheered each other on and represented WJS extremely well. Well done to both teams. A big Thank you to Mr Berrett and all the parents for helping with lifts and cheering the team on. We couldn’t attend events without your help!

Results

Year 3/4 Tizzy 4th, Daisy 56th, Lexi 60th, Olivia 61st, Isla 64th out of 76. Oscar 5th, Alex 29th, Albie 47th, Arun 63rd out of 72. Elissa 29th, Erin 31st, Ellie F 41st, Leah 52nd out of 72. Jackson 5th, Chester 30th, Harry 52nd Joel 55th, Walsh 60th out of 81.

Year 5/6 Tia 15th, Hannah 30th, Ella 76th, Emma 109th out of 120. Alfie L 41st, Bertie 74th, Oliver M 75th, Alberto 113th out of 135. Ava 21st, Elise 34th, Tabs 43rd, Fran 60th out of 102. Henry 30th, Brynley 82nd, Korben 85th & Thomas 95th out of 100.

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Year 6 Tag Rugby Competition 

 On 6th November we took a team of Year 6 Pupils to a Tag Rugby Competition at Writtle College.  The sun was shining, but it was a cold, autumnal afternoon.  The team were put in a tough pool and played 6 ten minute games.  After adjusting to the level of competition, the team worked hard, passing the ball well and finding space across the field.  The scores were very close with a mixture of wins, draws and losses.  We managed to get through to the second round of games and won them 3-1 and 2-1.  A couple of excellent performances!  It was an awesome afternoon and we can feel very proud of our team.  Well done all!

Well done to Fran, Rosie, Abbie, Reanna, Owen, Toby, Henry, James, Euan, Brynley, Harry and Freddy

Thank you to Mrs Champney for organising and being a great supporter throughout the competition, and to all the parents, carers for their help with lifts, we couldn't go without your help!  

Year 5/6 Badminton Competition

On 17th October Writtle Juniors took a team of four children to take part in a Badminton Competition at Chelmsford Sport and Athletics Centre. They spent the morning playing several matches consisting of both single and doubles games. They did fantastically and won all their games-finishing top of their pool 11--5, 11--4, 11-5, 11-6, 11-2, 11-4, 11-8,11-4 11-4, 11-2, 11-3, 11-5, 11-7. They then went and played against the winners of the other pool. They lost 3 very close games 10-11,6-11 and 7-11 and won one 11-6. The games were excellent and to such an impressive standard! The team ended coming 2nd with just 1 point in it to win..!

Well done to Brynley, Thomas, Elise and Eleanor 

Thank you parents for your help with lifts and staying and cheering all the children on...we couldn't go without your help! 

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