Year 5/6 Peterborough Netball Finals – Tuesday 27th March 2018
Due to our exceptional performance yesterday in the Year 5/6 Orton Netball Tournament we qualified to take part in the Peterborough Finals today at Arthur Mellows Village College. This was a showdown by the top 8 schools in Peterborough to see who came out on top.
We started very brightly managing to win out first three matches winning 3-2 vs William De Yaxley, 4-1 vs Glinton Primary School and 3-1 vs John Clare Primary School. Next we unfortunately lost 4-0 to St John’s before bouncing back with an incredible 5-1 win over Elton. The final two games were very close and we narrowly lost 2-0 to Northborough and 4-3 to Hampton Vale.
This meant that when all of the scores were combined we had managed to finish in a truly impressive 3rd place! We are all really proud of the players and they should be too.
Year 5/6 Orton Netball Tournament – Monday 26th March 2018
On Monday we took two teams to Ormiston Bushfield Academy to take part in the Orton Netball Tournament.
In the first match both of our teams played against each other with the A team winning 3-0. Next up the A team played St Johns and lost 6-0, while the B team beat Braybrook 1-0. The third round of matches saw the A team win 9-0 against Braybrook and the B team unfortunately lost to St Johns.
This meant that the final was played between the A team and St Johns with the final score being Winyates A 1 – 5 St Johns. In order to find out who came in 3rd and 4th the B team played against Braybrook again but narrowly lost this time 1-0. Overall our B team finished in 4th position and our A team finished in 2nd position, which meant that they qualified to take part in the Peterborough Finals tomorrow!
Year 3/4 Tag Rugby Friendly vs Heritage Park and Fulbridge Academy – Friday 23rd March 2018
This afternoon we travelled to Heritage Park Primary School to take part in a friendly tag rugby event. As well as playing against Heritage Park we were also met by Fulbridge Academy for a series of matches.
The B team played very hard in their matches but despite growing in strength in every game they unfortunately lost their games 5-3 against Heritage Park A, 3-2 vs Fulbridge and 3-2 vs Heritage Park B. However the team should be very proud of their effort as they began to progress even through that short amount of time and showed a lot of promise for the future.
Our A team drew their first match 4-4 against Fulbridge, where they managed to fight back incredibly well from being 3-0 down. Next they managed to win 4-3 against Heritage Park B, before finishing off with a 5-4 win against Heritage Park A. This meant that the A team have the incredible record of being unbeaten in every Tag Rugby match that they have played this academic year!
All of the players worked really hard and represented our school in a brilliant manner, showing excellent sportsmanship throughout. Well done to both of our teams!
Year 5+6 County Hockey Finals – Thursday 22nd March 2018
Today we took part in the County Hockey tournament where all of the best teams from the whole of Cambridgeshire come together to see who are the very top schools.
This meant that the tournament contained 20 schools who were all initially split into groups of 5. Within the group stage the children were caught a bit cold in our first match and lost 2-0 to Harston & Newton Primary School, however we bounced back to win an incredible 5-0 in our second match against Cambridge International School. Next we faced Kingsfield Primary School and came out as 4-0 winners, before ending the group stage with a 4-1 win over Westfield Primary School. Overall this meant that we finished in 2nd place in our group and progressed on to the quarter final.
In the quarter final we faced Swavesey Primary School and after a very tight match came back to draw 2-2. The result was then decided on goals scored across the day meaning that we progressed through to the semi final. This was a very tough match and we lost to the eventual winners Hemingford Grey Primary School. Our day then culminated in the 3rd/4th playoff match which we were beaten by St Thomas Moore Primary School meaning that we finished in an incredible 4th place in the whole County!
Mr Carson-Doughty and Mrs Firth who were working with the team all day could not have been more prouder of this incredible performance and the way the children competed all day. Well done to all of the players!
Year 5+6 Orton Football Tournament – Monday 12th March 2018
The Orton Football Tournament took place at Ormiston Bushfield Academy on the astroturf this afternoon.
We took two teams who were both separated into two groups. They played against all of the other schools in their group with the target of progressing on to the final. Our A team played sensationally in their group managing to win 2-0 and 1-0 in their matches. The B team however had some very difficult matches and managed to draw one and unfortunately lost two matches.
The A team then progressed to the final where they faced Orton Wistow in a very close match that finished 1-0 to Orton Wistow meaning that we finished in second place overall. All of the children should be very proud of their efforts and the way they played.
Year 4-6 Heritage Park Tag Rugby Tournament – Tuesday 6th March 2018
This afternoon we travelled to Heritage Park Primary School for the annual Tag Rugby Tournament.
We played 4 matches in the group stage and finished in 2nd place in our group therefore qualifying to take part in the semi finals. Unfortunately due to a last minute try we missed out on the final and took part in the 3rd/4th place play off and finished in 4th place overall.
The team were fantastic and managed to score lots of great trys along the way.
Year 5 Orton Indoor Rowing Finals – Monday 19th February 2018
Today we travelled to Ormiston Bushfield Academy to take part in the Orton Indoor Rowing Finals. There were 4 schools in the tournament including us, St John’s Church School, Braybrook Primary School and Orton Wistow Primary School.
The team consisted of our top 5 boys and top 5 girls from the qualifying event in January. Each child was then seeded by their distance and took part in a 2 minute race against the other similarly seeded children from the other schools.
Our children worked really hard and showed great perseverance to post their top score, with most of the children improving on their qualifying score by a great amount! When all of the scores were combined we managed to finish in 3rd place overall!
Year 3/4 Peterborough Gymnastics Competition – Tuesday 6th February 2018
On Tuesday afternoon we went to Spirals Gymnastics Club to take part in the Year 3/4 Peterborough Gymnastics Competition against a total of 17 teams.
The competition is split into three sections and teams consisted of 6 children. The three sections were the floor routine where three children perform, the body management routine that the other three children perform and the vault that all six of the children perform. Scores are then given to each child out of 10 for each section.
We managed to perform excellently and even managed to score some high 9’s out of 10, which was fantastic. Overall when the scores were added up we finished in 13th place and the children should be extremely proud of all their efforts and performances.
Year 3/4 Orton Football Tournament – Monday 5th February 2018
This afternoon we travelled to the astroturf at Ormiston Bushfield Academy to take part in the Year 3/4 Orton Football Tournament.
Within the tournament we took two teams who were both placed in separate groups, where they had to play against the other teams in their group in the hope of qualifying for the final. The tournament started brightly with the A team winning 1-0 vs Braybrook B, however after some closely fought games neither team managed to qualify for the final.
Despite this due to their win the A team did qualify to take part in the 3rd/4th place play off match and narrowly missed out resulting in a 4th team finish.
All of the children should be proud of their efforts and the way they played. Mr Carson-Doughty was happy to see such high potential on display and is eagerly looking forward to seeing how these players progress.
Year 5/6 Sports Hall Athletics Tournament – Monday 4th December 2017
On Monday afternoon our Year 5/6 Athletics Squad travelled to Ormiston Bushfield Academy to take part in the Year 5/6 Sports Hall Athletics Tournament.
This involved all children taking part in the field events, which consisted of the standing high jump, standing long jump, chest push and speedbounce. They all then took part in at least one of the track events. The track events were a sprint race, hurdle race and obstacle race. Finally two children took part in the javelin throw.
We did really well winning all of the track events and scoring well in the field events. When all of the scores were added up we finished in 2nd place overall.
Year 5/6 Peterborough United Community Cup – Wednesday 29th November 2017
Today we travelled to the Mick George Academy Training Academy to take part in the Peterborough United Community Cup. This is a football tournament where the winners gain the opportunity of representing Peterborough United Football Club in the national tournament.
While there we were placed in Group D where we took part in 4 matches. During each of the games all of the players put in maximum effort and played to the best of their ability. Unfortunately at the end of the group stage we did not manage to progress into the semi final. However, the children had a brilliant time and represented the school in an exceptional manner.
Year 5/6 Orton Hockey Tournament – Monday 13th November 2017
Each year here at Winyates we host the Orton Hockey Tournament for Year 5/6 children. This is a tournament that we have had great success in the past, winning for 6 of the last 7 years. Today we hoped to build upon this success as we welcomed Orton Wistow, St Johns and Braybrook Primary Schools. As most schools had 2 teams we ran an A and a B team league competition.
We entered 3 teams and all of the children played some great hockey and showed a brilliant determination in their play. The A team competition was very close with it going right down to the wire in a final, as our A team and St Johns team could not be split after the round robin matches. This final then also finished as a tie so the game and tournament was settled on a penalty shootout, which our children were victories 3-0. The B and C teams also worked very hard managing to finish 2nd and 4th in the B league respectively.
It was a really great afternoon and we enjoyed welcoming some of the local primary schools to take part with us.
Year 5/6 Peterborough Hockey Tournament – Wednesday 1st November 2017
Today we traveled to the City of Peterborough Hockey Club to take part in the Year 5/6 Peterborough Hockey Tournament. This tournament included 20 teams from Peterborough and the surrounding area.
We took three teams along to the tournament and they were all split into different groups. The A team played well and managed to win two matches, draw one match and lost one match, finishing 2nd in their group. The B team managed to win all four of their matches without conceeding a single goal meaning that they won their group, and finally the C team managed to win one match, draw one and lose two games finishing 3rd in their group.
Through the exceptional performance of the B team they have now qualified to take part in the County Hockey Finals. Well done to all of the players in all of the teams who were fantastic!
Year 5/6 Peterborough Tag Rugby Tournament – Tuesday 17th October 2017
On Tuesday 17th October we took three teams to participate in the Year 5/6 Peterborough Tag Rugby Tournament at Peterborough Rugby Club. This was a huge tournament consisting of 22 teams from schools all over Peterborough.
Each of our teams were split into a different group and they all worked really hard with the aim of getting into the semi-finals. Our A team managed to achieve this by winning 4 matches and drawing 1, while our C team narrowly missed out finishing 2nd in their group, and the B team came 3rd in theirs.
This meant that our A team would play Eyrescroft Primary School in the semi-final, a match that we managed to come out of victorious by winning 4-3. This then set up a final clash against Heritage Park Primary School where after a tight match the final result was a 6-3 loss, which meant that we managed to finish 2nd in the whole tournament!
Year 3/4 Orton Tag Rugby Tournament – Monday 16th October 2017
Today we took two teams to Ormiston Bushfield Academy for the Year 3/4 Orton Tag Rugby Tournament. The tournament included teams from Braybrook and St Johns as well as our two teams. The tournament involved a round robin followed by a final placing match.
The results of the round robin were as follows:
|A Team||B Team|
|Won 5-1 vs Braybrook||Won 4-3 vs St John’s|
|Won 4-2 vs Winyates B||Lost 2-4 vs Winyates A|
|Won 3-2 vs St Johns||Won 3-1 vs Braybrook|
This meant that both of our teams qualified to play against each other in an all Winyates final! This was a very closely fought match with the A team just coming through as 4-1 winners. Overall this meant that our A team finished in 1st place and out B team finished in 2nd place, well done to all of the players!
Year 5/6 Orton Tag Rugby Tournament – Monday 9th October 2017
On Monday 9th October we took two teams along to the Orton Tag Rugby tournament at Ormiston Bushfield Academy. The tournament included two teams from Braybrook, one team from St John’s as well as our two teams.
The results were as follows.
|A Team||B Team|
|Won 7-0 vs Braybrook B||Won 4-3 vs Braybrook A|
|Won 9-0 vs Braybrook A||Lost 1-3 vs St Johns|
|Won 4-2 vs Winyates B||Lost 2-4 vs Winyates A|
|Drew 6-6 vs St Johns||Won 3-2 vs Braybrook B|
This meant that overall the A Team managed to finish in 1st place and the B team finished in 3rd place. Well done to all of the players you were fantastic!
Year 3/4 Tag Rugby Friendly Match vs Heritage Park – Friday 6th October 2017
On Friday afternoon we welcomed Heritage Park Primary School for a friendly Tag Rugby match. Each school had an A team and a B team who each played both of the other schools teams. After this there was then a third match where the A teams and B teams played against each other again.
Overall the children were fantastic with the A team managing to win all 3 of their matches.
The B team also played well and after a few narrow defeats they managed to win their final match by a whopping 7-3.
When all of the results were combined our school were victorious coming out as 4-2 winners on matches.
Well done to all of the players you were fantastic!