Football League Champions! 21.11.17
For the second year running, Hazeldown football team are the champions of the Teignmouth learning community.
Yesterday, 7 boys and 2 girls from year 6 competed against 5 other teams in the learning community at TCS 4G pitch. Winning 4 and drawing 1, we scored plenty of goals and did not concede 1!
It was a fantastic team performance. Well done to everyone who took part!
Look out Robin Hood. Foundation is full of budding archers. We had so much fun learning how to hold the bow and arrow. Some of us even managed to score points on the target. The children scored higher than Mrs Hudson though!
Did you hit the target?
Redwood Class had a great afternoon scooting with Team Extreme! Check out our moves!
Congratulations to the year 5 and 6 boys who played in the football tournament last night!
Out of the 7 teams who participated, Hazeldown A won the competition and Hazeldown B finished a respectable 4th overall.
It was a fantastic event with some really close games. There were some spectacular individual performances, super collaboration within the teams and most importantly, a great effort from everyone who participated.
Congratulations to our year 4 gymnasts who came second in the regional finals for gymnastics.
After winning the competition in our local community, the team progressed to the finals which took place at Somersaults Gymnastic club, Kingsteignton.
Competing against champions and runners up from other districts, the standard of the competition was exceptional. Therefore it really is an outstanding achievement to finish second overall.
One of our gymnastic teams, out of the 4 who entered, won the competition last week! They will now compete in the finals next Wednesday against the champions of all the other local districts. This will take place at Somersaults Gym in Kingsteignton
Our other teams also did very well finishing 3rd, 4th and 5th!
Keep your eye out for the blog about the finals next week!
On Saturday, Kiera Marment competed in the British Tae Kwon Do Championships in Exeter. She did extremely well and came home with the Bronze Medal.
A huge well done, and a testament to the time and effort you put into the sport you enjoy.