The U11 Tag Rugby club of Year 5/6 boys and girls competed in a competition at the Misbourne on Tuesday. They played lots of ga es agai st lots of schools such as Little Ki gshill, Our lady’s, Curzo and Holmer Green.
Throughout all the matches the children showed great sportsmanship by helping each other and congratulating the opponents. The children played fantastic rugby scoring and incredible amount of tries and tackling ferociously, especially as for many children this was their first ever Tag Rugby match!
Every child showed a Growth Mindset by being determined and not giving up when things got hard. We are proud of every player! Great work team Great Missenden!
On Wednesday 28th September the Whole of Year 2 went to the Misbourne to compete in an Outdoor Adventurous Activities festival.
Outdoor Adventurous Activities (OAA) festival is a fundamental part of the PE curriculum where children participate in a range of activities which present intellectual and physical challenges. OAA encourages children to work in a team, building on trust and developing skills to solve problems.
Year 2 participated in many activities such as three legged races, parachute games, and relay challenges.
They all had a great time and were adventurous showing a Growth Mindset to overcome challenges! J
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Last week was a busy week for our school football teams. A total of 17 boys from Years 5 and 6 represented the school in competitive games against other local schools. Across Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday the boys were involved in 5 games. All of the boys played incredibly well and we managed to win all of the games that we played in, a huge achievement for all those involved.
This week we have two further fixtures including a tournament on Saturday morning. The girls squad are eagerly awaiting their first matches this year on October 18th when they host a tournament here at Great Missenden.