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Term 1

Kent College Cross Country Running - 16th September 2017

This was the first race of the year and we had just one entry at KS1. Harry led our school and raced his way round the course wearing the Herne colours with pride. Well done Harry for coming and completing the course in such a strong field of runners.

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KS1 Basketball Development

10 of our enthusiastic Year 2 children travelled to HBH school for the afternoon along with 11 other local Sports Partnership schools.. The children participated in a carousel of activities which focused on ball skills before playing several games against other schools. The children enjoyed the afternoon as much as the adults, especially the opportunity to learn more about the game of basketball.

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Term 2

Kent College Cross Country Running

This was the third race of the year and we had twice as many entries as in Term 1 with Oliver from Year 1 joining Harry at the competition. Both boys proudly represented our school and raced their way round the course. Well done to both runners for completing the course against such seasoned fellow competitors.

Speedstacking

Mrs Beach took our two teams of four children to HBH School to compete this year. Their club practise was put to the test but we couldn’t be prouder of them as one team gained a bronze medal! Their skills will be shared with the whole school at a celebration worship and will certainly inspire others to join this expanding club.

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Wake Up And Shake Up

This year we had 12 very enthusiastic and committed children who had squeezed every practise into all sorts of times during the school day to ensure they were ready for the competition which was held at Boughton Village Hall. On the day we were so proud of their performance; they were a real credit to the school. Out of the nine teams that entered, we gained a bronze medal which was fabulous! The dance routine will be filmed at school so that everyone can copy it to join in with Waking Up and Shaking Up through the day!

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Picture 4 WUSU Presentation Of Medals
Picture 5 WUSU Demonstration To The Whole School
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Term 3

Kent College Cross Country Running

This was our most successful race so far this year. The amazing Alba-Lily from Year 1 ran a quick race against strong competition to come 4th overall while Nora was persistently determined to reach the finish line and kept going to the end. We are all so proud of their achievements – well done to both girls. In the Reception race our Noah came 4th – what a fabulous achievement that was too. Congratulations Noah!

 

 

RESULTS

SAT 3rd FEBRUARY

 

 

 

 

 

 

RECEPTION

 

4th

403

Noah

Herne

 

 

 

 

 

 

YEAR 0NE

 

4th

461

Alba-Lily

Herne

13th

404

Nora

Herne

 

 

 

 

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Term 4

Term 4 Infant Agility Competition

Two teams of excited Year 2 children travelled to Herne Bay High School to take part in this annual competition. There were ten enthusiastic children in Team A and eleven lively children in Team B (the team names are not indicative of any selection process as we try to balance the teams evenly).

“I’ve been waiting for today for a long time” said one child on the journey!

After an afternoon of energetic activities including, speed bouncing, relay race, stepping ladders, Speedstacking, long jump and skittles the children were still jumping with energy!

“My favourite part was the throwing because you move your muscles and they really work hard.”

“I liked the launcher because I got it (the ball) really far (12 metres!)”.

“It was lots of fun because there’s lots of different places and lots of things to do.”

Noah was the champion thrower for the javelin (12metres) and the ball (6m70cm) while Emme managed an impressive 43 speed-bounces in 20 seconds!

Team B came 5th and Team A were 11th out of 20 teams. Congratulations to all the children on representing our school with such pride, skill and enthusiasm.
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Kent College Cross Country

This was a well-attended event on a Saturday morning at the beautiful Vernolm Holme site in Canterbury. Our three entrants were so proud to have run all the way around the course which is a little tricky with the hills and slippery slopes. Congratulations to them all!

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Term 5

Gym Competition Herne Bay High School

This year we had some very talented children enter the gym competition. Miss Richards led the teams around the huge arena to each station where they had to perform their different routines in front of some very serious judges.  There are three parts to the competition so it is a lot to learn and most of our children don’t go to a gymnastics club outside of school. The children performed brilliantly but the competition was tough this year so we didn’t win any medals this time. However, we are all enormously proud of the way the children conducted themselves and a big thanks to parents who gave their support by encouraging home practise!

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Term 6

Year 2 Athletics Competition

On yet another hot day we travelled to Herne Bay High School to take part in the Athletics Competition with our 17 children. Apart from the running, the only other events were velocity howlers and standing long jump. Our children had a lot of fun with the howlers as they had never thrown them before and were given very little practise time but gave it their all.

Even though it was tough to run in such heat, they did an amazing job, especially in the 300m at the end. Several of our children won the heats for the 100m sprint too and although we don’t have the results yet, we are all incredibly proud of the way our children demonstrated the School Games Value of respect, determination and teamwork.

Year 2 Football Competition

Two teams of very excited bouncy Year 2 children travelled to The Community College at Whitstable to take part in this annual competition. There were fifteen enthusiastic children who were split into two teams. Each team played all the schools within their group on the astro-turf pitches. The matches were exciting and poor Miss Richards nearly lost her voice!

“This is a dream come true!” said one of the team.

One of our teams was so successful that they made it to the semi-final. They had already played three matches in a row but were still full of energy and raring to go. This was a great match and two of our players scored fabulous goals but the referee only recorded one of them even though he restarted the match each time! The opposing team scored one goal. In a sudden death play-off our team sadly lost but we were so incredibly proud of the way they handled the outcome.

“It’s really good that we persevered even though we didn’t win” said a very tired child as we climbed back into the minibus.

Congratulations to all the children who took part.

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