Jack Walmsley Year 8 St Joseph’s Wins European Championships!
We are very proud to share pictures of Jack’s amazing sporting achievements in Taekwondo. Jack successfully got BRONZE for patterns and won GOLD for fighting – well done Jack!
Year 9 Netball
Well done to the year 9 netball team who played against Egglescliffe School. It was a really close game however Egglescliffe managed to win 15-12. Well done to Emily who was awarded player of the match for her hard work in Centre.
Indoor Athletics – 25th January 2017
Well done to the year 7 and year 8 boys who qualified for the Tees Valley Indoor Athletics Final. Year 8 finished in second place and year 7 finished in fifth place! Troy Bramley and Katisha Daka did particularly well in their events.
Year 7 Football
This half term the year 7 football team were knocked out of the national cup after going through 4 rounds and being one away from the northern quarter finals. However the team have managed to continue there strong campaign in the league with a win over Northfield, sitting second at the minute during the winter break.
The Year 7 5-a-side team came third in the Stockton school 5-a-side tournament after winning two, drawing one and losing one in the finals.
The Year 7 Rugby team managed to reach the Finals of the Tees Valley Rugby Competition where they came up against some strong opponents but finished 3rd. The rugby team are very strong and should do well in future competitions.
The Topic was Volleyball this half term for the inter form competitions. These competitions were very well attended, although some forms throughout the school didn’t managed to field a 6 person team. However this didn’t stop the fun. This half term’s winners are:
Y10 – English Martyrs
Y9 – St Patrick
Y8 – St Patrick
Y7 – St Bede & St Cuthbert
Pupils also took part in Inter form Cross County. Results and winners are to follow.
Next term sees Table Tennis, please could all form tutors support the PE Department and push participation levels further.
NEW EXTRA-CURRICULAR CLUBS
Due to weather this term, pupils have opted for more indoor extra-curricular activities. Therefore table tennis, gymnastics, trampolining and boxing have been added to the schedule.
15 Pupils had a day at Durham University in Stockton where they attended various workshops on how to become a leader in sport. Leaders commented on how well the group did, how well they got involved and that they came up with some fantastic ideas. Pupils have lots of ideas to implement in the school, so watch this space. Well done to all pupils who attended and they were a credit to the school.
13th December 2017 – Netball Results
Year 7 girls won against Grangefield 20-0 last night… player of the match was Amie Laverick!! Year 8 lost 5-4 so close!… player of the match was Jessica Dawson. Well done girls!
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8th March 2017 – Year 9 Netball
On Thursday 28th September the Year 9 netball team competed in their first tournament of the season. The girls have been training hard on a lunch time and showed excellent teamwork and effort. Well done girls!
8th March 2017 – Year 9 Netball
The Year 9 girls netball team enjoyed an away victory against Teesside High’s B Team. The sportsmanship was great and there was some excellent netball. Well done girls!
Year 7 and Year 8 Athletics Competition – Wednesday 23rd November
All 4 teams performed very well especially the Year 7 boys and the Year 8 girls who both finished in second place in their competitions and will now represent Stockton at the Teesvalley Championships on Monday 16th January. The Year 8 boys narrowly missed out on bronze medal position by only 3 points.
Year 7 Football
On Friday the Year 7 boys 5-a-side team competed in the Stockton Schools 5 a side Championships after qualifying from a difficult group 3 weeks earlier. In the final the boys performed exceptionally well, winning all 3 matches in comfortable fashion. All the teams on the night had qualified for the finals after winning their area competitions so the standard was very high, but Our Lady and St Bede finished as winners with a 100% winning record scoring 13 goals and only conceding 1. The team will now go forward and represent Stockton at the next stage of competition at the Tees Valley finals on Tuesday 13th December.
Y8 and Y9 Netball
A positive start to the season with all netball teams performing consistently well especially Y8 and Y9 in recent victories over Ian Ramsey School.
Y9 and Y11 Volleyball
All teams performed very well at the first of the Stockton CVL competitions leaving us in very healthy and commanding position for second round of competition.
Well done to our Year 8 Rugby Team who, on a cold dark winters night romped to a 50-15 victory over Egglescliffe school in the County Cup. All of the team were outstanding and the victory came down to high quality passing and organisation from the team. A special mention must go to captain Aidan, who not only organised the team, led them in their warmup and continually kept the team working hard. Well done boys!
Y7 and Y8 Volleyball Teams
Brilliant performances from all teams especially from Y8 girls who finished Stockton Champions and will now represent the town at the Teesvalley finals in December
Y7 and Y8 Sportshall Athletics Teams
Excellent performances throughout the squad with the highlight being a third place finish for the Y7 boys team with only 8 points separating the top three schools.
Y8 Dragon Boat Teams
Both boys and girls teams finished 3rd in their respective competitions.
Year 7 Football Team
Currently in a great run of form with a 100% win record for the first half of the season.
Success for Year 8 Rugby Team
Well done to our Year 8 Rugby Team who, on a cold dark winters night, romped to a 50-15 victory over Egglescliffe school in the County Cup. All of the team were outstanding and the victory came down to high quality passing and organisation from the team. A special mention must go to the captain Aidan, who not only organised the team but led them in their warm up and continually kept the team working hard. Well done boys!