The team took part in the inaugral Tameside Girls Cup competiton playing against a strong St. Mary's RC. The match took place regardless of Storm Gareth doing its best to prevent play. On top of the tough conditions we played without any substitutes, due to illness, but the girls played their part in a non-stop end-to-end encounter which they eventually lost 3-0. However, the effort and attitude shown bodes well for the future. Special mention must go to Lily Bowker, who although in Year 4, put in a Player of the Match performance, defending with dogged spirit throughout.
29 runners, 6 placed in the top 10 and 2 representing Tameside at the forthcoming Greater Manchester Cross Country Championships - what an amazing morning we all had. Each and every runner wore their Broadbent Fold vest with great pride and showed true grit and character. We are eagerly awaiting the team results to see how we did overall. Mr Connaghan
The newly appointed Pupil Leadership team set about their first task last week - to choose a Science Certficate which wll be awarded in future Merit Assemblies. This was suggested at the end of the last school year when the puil leaders put the idea forward to Ms Thornton Jones. The team are looking forward to working together in future, helping to ensure that pupils have a voice in some of the decisions made in school.
This half term we have:Tag Rugby every Wednesday 3-4pm open to Year 4, 5 and 6 children. Yoga club every Monday 3-4pm open to Year 1, 2 and 3 children. We have limited space at our after school clubs so chidren are chosen based on a first come first served basis. Thank you for your continued support. Miss Lewis