Nearly 200 children from six of our primary schools took part in this year’s striking and fielding skills session. They participated in a variety of different activities led by year 9 students from Forest Hall School.
This years gymnastics was extremely exciting with very close results. The competition took place at Great Dunmow school. The competition was judged by three very strong gymnastic judges.
The results were as follows:
Key stage 1 1st place Great Dunmow, 2nd place Great Dunmow school.
Key stage 2 7 th place Henham and Ugley, 6 th place Howe Green, 4th place – Great Dunmow red and Dunmow St Mary’s red, 3 rd place Henham and Ugley yellow 109.2 points2 nd place Dunmow St Mary’s 112.2points and 1st place Great Dunmow with 113.7points. As you can see from the results the scores are really very close.
Congratulations to Henham and Ugly the winning team. 2nd were Friends school.
A great afternoon of netball well done everyone.
Final results were –
|Positions and schools||Positions and schools|
|5th||Ra butler 1||Howe green|
|9th||Great Chesterford||St Thomas more|
|11th||Stebbing||Dunmow st Marys|
|13th||Flitch green||14th Rickling|
|15th||felsted||Katherine semar 1|
|19th||Roding’s 2||Ra Butler 2|
|21st||St Marys sw||Great Dunmow|
|23rd||Rab 3||St Thomas more 2|
The swimming gala at helena Romanes was highly successful . The standard of the schools swimming has definitely improved.
The results are as follows-
Year 3 and 4 competition.
5th Howe Green
4th Great Dunmow
3rd Great Easton
2 nd st Thomas more
And 1st were R A Butler. They will be representing Uttlesford in the level 3 competition in July at Basildon sporting village against the rest of Essex.
The results for year 5 and 6 are as follows
6 th Ashdon
4 th Great Dunmow – Rodings
3 rd Great Easton
2nd R A Butler
And 1st position St Thomas .
They will be representing Uttlesford in the level 3 event.
Good luck to both schools!
As a result of schools on teacher training we have unfortunately had to change the dates of some of the USSP events.
Emails to all schools have gone out, however please ensure that you have entered for the new events!
As a result of the new Level 3 competitions we also have included two new USSP events.
Mon 16th May – Quad kids at JFA Newport 12.45 – 3pm
Mon 23rd May – Three Tees at S/W Cricket Club 12.30 – 3pm
Fri 17th June – Year 5 & 6 Tennis orange balls
Mon 6th June – Cheerleading at Dunmow cheerleading centre Timings tbc
Fri 15th July Year 2 Talent Camp at Dame Bradbury’s School 9.15 – 3pm.
The Essex team X country event took place on Thursday 14th April 2016. This took place at Hadleigh Farm in Southend.
The team event was very challenging, however the Uttlesford School Sport Partnership had some fantastic results-
Results for Essex teams results.
Year 3 boys RAButler 2nd
Year 3 girls RAButler 2nd
Year 4 boys Elsenham 2nd
Year 4 girls Dame Bradbury 2nd
Year 5 boys RAButler 2nd
Year 5 girls RAButler 6th
Year 6 boys St Thomas More 2nd
Year 6 girls Friends 2nd
Congratulations to all the schools involved – some pics below of participants.
For the second year the USSP organised the primary school partnership competition at Joyce frankland academy Newport. The event had an increased number of teams in the event. There were 10 teams in the morning and 10 primary schools in the afternoon. The competition in the morning finished with two very close semi final competitions. The final result were Friends school second and RAButler finishing winners of the morning tournament.
In the afternoon there were another 10 primary school teams. There were many goals scored in the matches resulting with St Thomas More finishing second to Dame Bradbury winning the competition.
The level 3 Essex event is going to be run this Wednesday to see which school in Essex will be the top year 6 team.
Jackie Coleman the School Games Organiser in Uttlesford has just been successful in achieving Highly Commended by the youth sports trust for the work that she has been doing with the primary and secondary schools. The school games programme managed by Jackie , Carron Parish, Lisa Dunlop and Nick Wilderspin increased the amount of children competing in primary schools and have broadened participation opportunities through volunteering roles. This is the third time that Jackie Coleman as SGO and the partnership has won this award. There are 450 school Games Organisers in UK and there are only 12 awards that have been awarded for the work carried out from September to December.
This national programme has been congratulated by the government for the good work that has been happening across the country, and it is a sad situation that it may be finishing as a National programme this July 2016.