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Term 3

Term 3 Sporting Successes 

Cross Country 

On Friday 21st January 2022, four pupils from Year 6 represented Priory Fields School at the Kent School Games Cross Country. Each pupil stepped up to the challenge of running 1 mile each. The Cross Country route was set out around the edge of the Duke of Yorks sports field.  

All of the Cross Country runners demonstrated great stamina and agility during the run. The team managed to place4th overall, which is great achievement for Priory Fields School. Thank you to the four pupils who represented our School and for demonstrating all of our school values here at Priory Fields School.   

Well done to all of the pupils who represented Priory Fields School during the Cross Country competition, we are proud of you all!    

Cheerleading Festival 

On Friday 4th February 2022, four pupils from Year 4 represented Priory Fields School at the Kent School Games Cheerleading Festival. During the Cheerleading Festival all of the pupils had the opportunity of learning motions, learning how to stunt and learning how to tumble. The pupils travelled to a local Cheerleading Club called the Vista Twisters for the event. All four pupils had a great time during the festival and learnt new skills that they can now share with their class.  

Thank you to the four pupils who represented Priory Fields on Friday 4th February 2022.  

Kent School Games Basketball Tournament- Whinless Down Academy Sport Trip  

On Friday 10th February 2022, six pupils from Year 6 represented Priory Fields School at the Kent School Games Basketball tournament. We worked together in a team for the tournament with our friends from Vale View and St Martin's. The pupils had the opportunity of playing 9 friendly Basketball matches against other schools in Kent. During the tournament our Priory Fields pupils demonstrated great team work, fantastic basketball skills and excellent resilience.   

  • Team work- The pupils worked together as an Academy team and were supporting each other throughout the tournament.  

  • Fantastic Basketball skills- The Basketball hoops were much higher than our rehearsal Basketball hoops but, this did not phase our pupils. Before we started our first game the pupils played a couple of Basketball warm-up games. The games helped to warm-up the pupils and prepared them for their first tournament game.  

  • Excellent resilience- All of the pupils were determined to try their best throughout the tournament. 

Thank you to the pupils who attended the Kent School Games Basketball event and we look forward to our next Sporting event 🙂