The Tri-Golf team had a great time on Friday afternoon, competing in the competition at Selston High School. Well done to the whole team for ending the competition in a very close 2nd!
On Tuesday 14th June, Year 6 students visited Nottingham Trent University as part of the university's outreach programme. The day explored the experience of life at a university, and made comparisons for the children with their impending transition to secondary school. We found out about the various courses and activities available at universities across the country, before taking a tour around the campus to see sights such as the library, sporting facilities, canteens and accommodation blocks.
On Friday, the Y6 children were treated to a morning of ice skating to celebrate their hard work - particularly over the past few months!
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!
Year 5/6 children have been studying 'The Arrival' by Shaun Tan in Themed Study and have produced some lovely letters describing the events...
Congratulations to the Dance Team for their excellent performances at the Gym and Dance Festival held at National Academy today.
Last night, the Yr 5/6 boys pulled off an amazing peformance at the Boy's Futsal District Final. It was a great experience from the whole team. They won the tournament, unbeaten for all the games, winning 4 and drawing 1. The final game was quite intense, as they were playing for the gold medal. They won 4-0 courtesy of Charlie Stenson's hattrick and Archie Shooter's last minute goal. The team left smiling, with gold medals hanging around their necks.
By Evie Allsop, Young Sport Ambassador
This week, pupils in year 5 and 6 have signed up for a chance to represent the school in a District Table Tennis competition. The children will compete against other Edgewood pupils over the next couple of weeks to establish a 4-pupil team.
Good luck to all pupils involved! Get practising!
The children are busy learning the dance routine ready for the Gym and Dance Festival next week, with help from Mr MacLeod and Mrs Moore! Enjoy the festival!
The Y5/6 futsal team will travel to Sutton Community Academy on Monday 1st February to battle other top futsal teams for the gold medal!