Sports'A wide variety of after-school clubs and a range of trips and visitors contribute to pupils’ enjoyment of school.' - Ofsted 2014
In the 2017/18 academic Year, Broadway First School have competed in a range of competitive and festival-based sports with other schools from around Worcestershire.
Football Cluster Tournament at Evesham United
In October, the Year 5 children competed in a cluster football tournament at the Evesham United football ground. We competed with a team of 10 boys and girls from Year 5, finishing 4th in the tournament overall. Well done!
Cross Country School Games Competition
In November, the children from Year 5 competed in a School Games Cross Country competition at Prince Henry's High School. The children had been practicing Cross Country through PE lessons over the first half term so they were well prepared! Amelia, Josh, Grace and Farren all deserve huge merit for finishing in the top 30 out of over 100 children!
Quick Stick Hockey Tournament
The Year 3 and 4 children from Venus Class competed in a School Games Quick Stick Hockey Tournament in October. Having never played the sport before, we are thrilled to announce that we finished 2nd out of 10 schools attending. Well done Venus Class.
The Year 5 children participated in a festival of dance at Prince Henry's High School in February. After practicing a dance about anti-bullying, the children performed it beautifully and won an award for their attendance. It was a great morning to spend time with children from schools around Worcestershire and to see different dances that they had choreographed. Well done Mars Class.
(You can find videos of the event on our Facebook page)
Netball and Football Matches VS Cropthorne First School
Once again, the Year 5 girls and 4/5 boys competed in some competitive sports against Cropthorne First School in February. This was the second time the girls had competed in netball and the second time the boys had competed in football. Unfortunately, the boys narrowly lost 2-1 to a strong Cropthorne football team. However, the girls succeeded in a 4-1 netball victory. A huge well done must go to Molly for scoring three brilliant goals and to Adam for scoring a long-range shot in football.