The basketball team competed against the best school teams in the county on Friday.
Firstly, the opening ceremony showcased singing, international football freestylers and a street dancer before the children moved onto the Wildcats Arena for their competition.
The team can be really proud of what they achieved by finishing 5th in the County!
What a great day today! 16 children took part in the annual Primary Games, where the top 8 performing schools in Ashfield faced off in sporting competitions throughout the day.
Having qualified by finishing 4th in the primary medal table and gaining the 2nd highest medal haul overall, we looked forward to celebrating a fantastic year of sporting competition at Edgewood by competing with similar schools.
Edgewood Sports Week is flying by fast! During Wednesday and Thursday we have had children involved in dance, ultimate frisbee, hockey, new age kurling and badminton! In addition, KS1 children participated and were awarded silver in the Multi-skills competition on Tuesday!
It was a great, but wet day at the Kwik Cricket Festival yesterday! The Y5/6 Girls finished in 3rd place, winning 2 of their 4 games and the Y6 boys team, who won all 4 of their matches, finished in 1st place!
The boys will now play in the County Final at Lady Bay Bridge later in the month. Well done to all the children. They gave their all and represented the school really well!
Also, thank you to parents for allowing us to be able to get the children there and back!
What a great evening at the Sportshall Athletics! Some great hopping, skipping, jumping, running and throwing! A fantastic team performance from the Year 5/6 team, leading to a 1st place finish and qualification for the District Final! Congratulations to all pupils involved and also a big thank you to parents and carers for supporting both vocally and through transport!
Tonight saw a successful start to the Girls' Football Club with all of the girls getting stuck in! The children spent time outside under the floodlights until the heavens opened, at which point they transferred indoors!