Bunyan Sports Centre on 23rd May(updated: 28th Nov 2014)
Becasue of the rain, Y4, Y3 and Y2 went to Bunyan Sports Centre where they enjoyed a variety of different sporting activities such as mini tennis, golf and cricket. Fun was had by all the children. Click here to see who went. Photos will be added shortly, in the meantime here is what some of the children had to say about the day......
The golf was really fun. We did come last but it was really fun. My friend Lavern said she hasn't played before. I was happy when I heard I was playing golf!
I think the golf was a really fun game. I did not wantt o go home! i really liked all the games I played, but my favourite one was the one where you had hoop, you hit the ball in and it could bot come out.
Y2 at St Thomas Moore on 18th November (updated: 28th Nov 2014)
A selection of Y2 pupils went to St Thomas Moore to enjoy a Multi Sports session along with other schools. The children took part in 9 various sporting activities ranging from hockey, tag, golf, football, etc which helped them with their ball control, hand eye co-ordination and other valueble sporting skills. All the children had a fantastic time! Mia won the award for determination. Well done Mia! Don't forget to look at all the photos
Amelia wrote this about the day:
"Today we where at a sports festival. We went there by a yellow coach. First we ate our lunch, after that we done some nice sports activities. At the beginning I was worried but later I enjoyed the day."
Tag Rugby Updates... 18 March 2014 : Our Tag Rugby team enjoyed a lovely presentation and opening.....***
6 March 2014 : On
Friday 7th March the Tag rugby team will be competing in the Level 3 County Finals. We would like to wish our team good luck - enjoy the game!
14 Nov 2013 : Our Tag rugby team took part in the semi-finals on the 8th November and won sliver (they came 2nd) They go through to the finals in March 2014!
On 18th October our Tag Ruby Team took part in the multiskills competition at Newnham Middle. They won their competition and are now taking part in the District Finals on 8th November . Well Done to all of them!!!
The highlights for the team were......
I liked the excitement of coming first place and being in the final.
The best was WINNING!!!
I felt really happy when we scored tries.
I kept dodging the other team when they tried to tag me. It was so much fun.
The best part was breaking through the defense lines.
My favourite part was when I was on the pitch playing with the rest of my team.
It was a nice feeling to be the winners and going through to the finals which is on Friday.
The best was grabbing the other teams tags and scoring tries.
I enjoyed running away from the other team when I had the ball.
It was fun to take the other teams tags but when I got close to the try lines I'd pass the ball to someone else on my team to help score a try.
Rounders at Newnham Middle on 9th May 2014. (Updated: 14th May 2014) *
A team of Year 4's had fun playing rounders against 3 other schools (Hills Academy, Goldington Green & Brickhill Lower) at Newnham Middle last week Friday. The children really enjoyed taking part and learning how rounders is played. Read what some of the team had to say about their experience below. Click here to see the photo
The game was so much fun and I really enjoyed taking part. I nearly managed to get someone out. There was a funny moment when someone nearly got me out but he dropped the ball. As he went to pick it up he accidentally kicked it away from him and I managed to complete a rounder.
It was lots of fun and even though we've played rounders before in P.E, it was the first time I've ever played against other schools. My favourite part was the whole game, I enjoyed everything about it!
At first I was a bit nervous as it was the first time I've played against other schools. My favourite part was getting people out and running to each of the posts. I almost got caught out once when it was my turn to bat. I hit the ball and the catcher caught the ball but then dropped it.
I was really scared at first and Mrs Lewis had to run with me when I first started the game. I'd never played the game before and wasn't sure how to play it. Towards the end I was more confident and really enjoyed the game.
Marissa Edwards, Ethan Parsons, Scott Chaplin, Callum Cadel,
and Noah Windridge were also part of the team
Sitting Volleyball on 5th March 2014(Updated: 6th March 2014)
Year 4's attended sitting Volleyball. There were 6 teams, 2 from Hazeldene, 2 from Castle Lower and 2 from Brickhill Lower. Both our teams came joint second. Tanisha was presented with a 'determination' certificate' and Faithlouise with a 'Passion' certificate. These are two of the School Sports Partnership values. Well done to all the children that attended. Click here to see the photos.
Y3 Gymnastics Festival on 10th January 2014 (Updated: 22nd Jan 2014)
A selection of Y3 pupils went to Lincroft Middle School where they enjoyed a taster session of gymnastics coached by Falcon Gymnastics. The children all enjoyed themselves and tried their best. Have a look at all the photos here
Read what some of them had to say......
I enjoyed it when we worked in pairs and used our partners to lean back and hold each other up. We did lots of rolling and tuck jumps on the floor and on the air track. The trampet was lots of fun too. I learned that it is very important to warm up before doing any exercises and if you don't you could really hurt yourself.
I enjoyed the air track the best and learning to do all the jumps. I had lots of fun at the gymnastics festival
We did lots of different jumps on the air track which I enjoyed. The key to doing the jumps properly was to jump really high and that way you can do the best pose.
My favourite part was the airtrack. The warm ups which involved stretching was the most difficult part. The gymnastics was lots of fun and it made me feel very happy
I loved the trampet and air tracks. I used to do gymnastics before so I enjoyed everything and didn't find anything too difficult, I liked the certificate we got in the end.
I enjoyed the airtrack the best. We learned how to do different jumps such as tuck jump, star jump, straight jumps and rollie pollies. I never knew how to do a forward rollie pollie properly before.
Y4 Handball Competition (Updated: 14th Nov 2013)
Kelly Rolfe from the Schools Sports Partnership came to Hazeldene and the Y4's took part in a Handball Competition. Click here to see the photos. Comments from some children that took part will follow shortly.
Sports Logo Competition Winner (Updated: 7th Nov 2013)
Some of the children entered in a school sport logo competition that and the winner was Adrian from 1P. His winning logo will be printed on t-shirts that competitors will be wearing at the Winter and Summer School Games. He will also be given a printed t-shirt for himself as a prize for winning with his logo printed on it. Adrian says he's very excited about winning and he can't wait for his t-shirt to arrive and hopefully some sweeties too!!! Well done Adrian!!!! Hazeldene is very proud of you!