Summer of Sport
Well when the sun finally appeared we had a bumper summer of sport. A girls and boys team representing our School worked wonderfully together to secure second place in New Forest Schools Sports Quicksticks competition.
When we were finally able to hold our Sports Day we were treated to some excellent individual performances and could see the energy and interdependence when competing wonderfully in their colour teams, congratulations to green team!
Then this week a mixed girls and boys team represented the school in the New Forest Schools Sports Quadkids athletics competition. They competed with a smile on their face and showed good sportsmanship, power, pace and skill throughout. They ended the day as joint team winners, while Ben-James was the overall boys gold medallist and Gorgiana was overall girls silver medallist and Evie won the bronze.
Finally I took a team to represent the school at an enjoyable cricket event, which all performed admirably in.
Well done to all!
On Tuesday 19th March a girls and boys football team representing Ringwood Infant School were taken to Testwood Sports College to play in a New Forest Schools Sports Competition. The girls team played well for each other and displayed good skills and improved as the tournament progressed. They played with a smile on their face and showed good sportsmanship throughout. The boys team also displayed the same characteristics as the girls and were able to remain unbeaten until the tier 1 final. They were extremely competitive and skilful and finished the tournament as runners up! Well done to all!Mr. Evans
Red Nose Day
Friday, 15th March 2019, is Red Nose Day and we would like to invite your children to wear something red to school, along with their school uniform (eg, T-shirt, socks, hairband). If you are able to, we would appreciate a donation to this worthy charity.
Inter Year Sports Competition
In November both Year 1 and 2 went to the Comprehensive School to compete against each others classes in sports events. Year 1 participated in a multi skills event and after a close fought and enjoyable afternoon Foxes were the overall winners.
Year 2 competed in a football tournament where each class was split into 6 groups playing teams from the other classes. Some of the football was of a really good standard but what was particularly pleasing to see was the teamwork and sportsmanship displayed. At the end of a really close tournament it was the Owls who were victorious. However there will be a chance for all classes to challenge for their trophies when they play in further year group challenges in Spring 2019.