Sunday, 8 March 2020

Quick Sticks Hockey

On Thursday 5th March 22 children took part in the large school's quick sticks hockey tournament.
We had 4 teams in the competition, with teams 1 and 3 playing in league one and teams 2 and 4 playing in league two.
Team 1 won all of their league games to finish top of their league and progress through to the final
Team 2 finished third in their league, just missing out on a place in the 3rd place playoff.

In the final, we took an early lead against St Andrew’s and looked to be heading for the win until with seconds remaining St Andrew’s launched a final attack and were awarded a penalty goal as Harry’s desperate dive blocked a goal bound effort with his body. The game went in to extra time and we really stepped up our play to run out winners by 4 goals to 1.

Sunday, 9 February 2020

Girls Football – County Finals

On Saturday 8th February, Brooke H, Brooke F, Lacie, Sophie, Sofia, Carmel, Emily and Maya represented the school in the county round of the Danone Cup for girls at Wainfleet Road, Skegness. In total there were nine teams taking part, each of them representing their area of Lincolnshire. In our group there was Lacey Gardens (representing Louth district), John Harrox (Spalding), Boston West (Boston), and Pointon (Sleaford).
We got off to a good start comfortably winning our first game 3 – 0 against Pointon.
Our second game saw us take a 2 – 0 lead against Lacey Gardens before conceding a late goal which made the final score 2 – 1.
Our 3rd game, against John Harrox, was a much tighter match with neither team managing to score as the match ended 0 – 0.
We knew going into our final game a draw would guarantee a place in the semi-finals, unfortunately Boston West scored the only goal of the game with the very last kick of the match.
At the end of the group stage we had finished in second place and so progressed through to the semi-finals where we had to play Manor Leas (Lincoln) who had won the other group, winning all their games and scoring lots of goals in the process. We soon found ourselves 3 goals down but in spite of this we did not give up and managed to get a goal back just before halftime. In the second half, we looked the stronger team and when we got a second goal a draw looked possible but unfortunately their goalkeeper was able to pull off a couple of good saves. Manor Leas went on to defeat Boston West in the final.
After losing the semi-final, we had to pick ourselves up for the 3rd/4th place play off against Westgate (Lincoln). At the end of normal time the score remained 0 – 0 so the game went into extra-time. We took the lead and despite a few late scares were able to see the game out and secure third place overall.

Sunday, 2 February 2020

Swimming Gala

Thursday 30th January – Louth
22 children represented the school in this year’s swimming gala.
We won the following events:
Y3/4 Medley Relay – Belle, Constanca, Casey and Oliver
Y3/4 Boys 25m Breaststroke – Oliver
Y5/6 Boys 50m Freestyle – Torin
Overall Placings:
4th Burgh
3rd Richmond
2nd St Andrew’s
1st Horncastle

Sunday, 19 January 2020

Netball Talent Day

8 girls from Y4/5 had the opportunity to attend a netball training day at Skegness Grammar Schoool, where they worked with Nottingham Univesity and Wasps netball payer Alice Coward.

Fixtures Spring Term

Thursday, 21 November 2019

Sports Hall Athletics

Large Schools Sports Hall Athletics Competition
Wednesday 20th November
Skegness Grammar School

38 children from Years 5 and 6 took part in this year’s Sports Hall Athletics Competition. Altogether there were seven teams representing five schools.
There were 6 track events for the girls and 6 for the boys; obstacle relay, over under relay, 1+1 lap, 2+2 lap, 6 lap paarlauf and 4 x 1 lap relay.
There were also 6 field events for the girls and 6 for the boys; standing long jump, standing triple jump, vertical jump, chest push, speed bounce and javelin.
Each competitor took part in at least 3 events.

1 - Richmond A (119)
2 - Horncastle A (112)
3 - St Andrews (105)
4 - Burgh (105) Sporting Values
5 - Horncastle B (93)
6 - Richmond B (74)
7 - Alford (66)

Wednesday, 16 October 2019

Boys Football

Wednesday 16th October
Wainfleet Road Playing Fields
A Team: Joshua, Julius, Owen, Harry, Seb, Johnny, Maddox, Johnny
B Team: Tom, Jaydon, Jayden, Jake, Frankie, Quinlan, Theo, Felix

A Team Results:
Richmond A 0 Burgh A 1

Richmond A 1 St Andrew's A 0
Richmond A 3 St Andrew's B 0
Richmond A 4 Richmond B 0
Richmond A 5 Burgh B 0

B Team Results:
Richmond B 1 St Andrew's B 0
Richmond B 3 Burgh B 1
Richmond B 0 Richmond A 4
Richmond B 0 St Andrew's 2
Richmond B 0 Burgh A 4

Final Placings:
1st Burgh A
2nd Richmond A
3rd St Andrew's A
4th Richmond B
5th St Andrew's B
6th Burgh B

Sporting Values  

Winners Richmond B

Tuesday, 8 October 2019

Girls Football

Tuesday 8th October
Wainfleet Road

A team: Carmel, Brooke H, Sofia, Brooke F, Sophie C, Wiktoria, Lacie, Tia,
B Team: Erin, Sophia, Emily, Grace, Lily, Isla, Lola, Maya, Keira and Demi

B team Results:
Richmond 0 Chapel 4
Richmond 0 Great Steeping 1

1st Chapel
2nd Great Steeping
3rd Richmond

A team results

Richmond 4 Burgh 0
Richmond 2 St Andrews 0
Richmond 2 Hutoft 0

1st Richmond
2nd = St Andrews & Hutoft
4th Burgh

Final Richmond 2 Chapel 0

Sunday, 29 September 2019

Fixtures Autumn Term

Date          Event                                        Venue
08/10/19   Football (Girls)  KS2                    Wainfleet Road
16/10/19   U11 Football      Y5/6                  Wainfleet Road
30/10/19   U11 Volleyball Festival   KS2        Skegness Grammar School          
5/11/19     Multi Skills Talent Day    Y4/5      Skegness Grammar School          
12/11/19   Primary School Leadership Day Y5  Skegness Grammar School 
20/11/19   Sports Hall Athletics Y5/6            Skegness Grammar School          
27/11/19   Change4Life Festival       KS2       Skegness Grammar School

Skegness Grammar School Summer Cup

10th July

Image38 pupils represented the school in our attempt to win the Summer Cup for the second year in a row.
In each of the 68 events 1 point was awarded to the winner, 2 for second, 3 for third and so on, which meant it was the team with the lowest overall score who would be crowned winners. We won 17 events
Year 3
Lauren R Triple Jump
Louis W Javelin
Year 4
Tianna C Triple Jump
Year 5
Carmel B 60m
Sofia F 600m
Sophie C Obstacle Race
Carmel B, Sofia F, Seb W & Eden H  Obstacle Relay
Brooke F  Long Jump
Byron L  Javelin
Harry I  Triple Jump
Harry I 600m

Year 6
Ashlee H  Long Jump
Eva M Triple Jump
Aaliyah B Javelin
William F  60m
George W  600m
George W Long Jump

We picked up another 21 second places.
In 5th place overall with 229 points Toynton All Saints.
In 4th with 218 points was Hogsthorpe
In 3rd with 183 points was Burgh
In 2nd with 177 points was Woodhall St Andrew’s
In 1st with 170 points was The Richmond.