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Eggbuckland Vale Primary School & Nursery

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Latest News about Sports Clubs at EVPS

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eggbuckland Vale Primary School are part of the School Games network.  We take part in various levels of competition and hold our own School Games Day annually. We are also members of the Plymouth School Sports Partnership who hold competitions in a variety of activities throughout the year. Please click on the links below for a calendar of events and opportunities.

Your School Games

Plymouth School Sports Partnership

 

EVPS also has links to other sports clubs in Plymouth, click below for a full list.

After-school clubs running in Term 6 are as follows:

Monday - Athletics Years 3,4,5 & 6
Tuesday - Field Gun Crew Years 4, 5, and 6
Wednesday - Plymouth Argyle Multi-sports Club Years 3, 4 & 5
Thursday - Football Club Year 1 - 6, Hockey Club Year 5 & 6

 

A new scheme to encourage children to participate in sport has been launched.
Bronze Young Ambassadors are primary school aged children who have demonstrated a great passion for sport or physical activity.
Each of the EVPS Bronze Young Ambassadors have attended training where they were set the challenge of promoting and encouraging other children within the school to be more physically active and live healthy lifestyles.
Mrs Schneider will be working alongside the Bronze Ambassadors this year to support them to promote the positive values in sport, be a role model and organise activities and events within school.

 

What has been happening in PE and School Sport this year?

Brickfields

On Wednesday 13th June, 20 of our talented athletes represented the school at the citywide Brickfields Athletics Championships. All of the children tried their very best and did brilliantly well. We were excited to come away with two 3rd places too. 1 in the Year 5/6 Girls Vertical Jump and 1 in the Year 3 Girls 60m sprint.
Fantastic. Well done to all of the children, they were a credit to the school.

Tri-Golf

At the end of last term, a group of Year 3 children represented the school at a Tri-Golf Festival. This was our first time at entering this festival and the children thoroughly enjoyed themselves at the same time as improving their golf skills too. Well done everyone.

 

Half Marathon Challenge
67 children attended the half marathon challenge on the Hoe on Sunday 20th May to complete their final mile towards the half marathon distance. The sun was shining and their excitement was high. We had a wonderful morning with all children giving their very best. Well done everyone.

 

Change4Life

On Monday 19th March, twelve children from year 3 attended the Change 4 Life Festival at Marjons. They undertook fun activities based around being active, eating healthily and enjoying problem-solving together. Their biggest challenges were on the climbing wall and using the bicycle-powered smoothie blender! The children all enjoyed a fantastic day out.

 

Netball Tournament

On the 18th of January members of the school netball club represented the school at the Citywide High 5 Netball Tournament. In our group we played 5 schools, winning 3 of our games convincingly, having a draw in one, and a small loss in the other. Each member of the team played fantastically and they all scored at least one goal each. They represented the school excellently and should be very proud of themselves. Well done all.

 

Year 5/6 Girls footballing success!
EVPS girls football team played in the first round of the Plymouth Football Association Knock-Out cup on Tuesday 16th January.  The opposition was Knowle Primary school and the game was played on the Eggbuckland 3G pitch.  Despite freezing cold conditions and occasional showers the game was action-packed and played at a high tempo.  Early on both teams looked a little bit shaky (maybe it was the cold!) but once the teams had settled down there were some good passages of play.  EVPS scored first with a well worked team goal finished by Leona.  At half time the team fuelled up on oranges, prepared by Miss Prynne.  Following half time and a couple of substitutions, EVPS went on to extend their lead with a wonderful strike from Clarissa.  EVPS defence was tested with some sustained pressure from Knowle Primary who forced a couple of great saves from Sydney Drake.  Eventually, Knowle Primary had a taste of success scoring a goal minutes before the end.  However, it was too little too late and EVPS claimed the 2-1 victory and will progress to the next round of the cup!  Well done girls, you were outstanding!

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