Category: Sport

Hockey Festival

Class 3 had a brilliant afternoon at Parkside at the Hockey Festival. The children were taught new skills and played some matches. It was an action-packed afternoon enjoyed by all.

Hockey Festival

On October 22nd Class 3 took part in our Cluster Hockey Festival. It was a great afternoon where the pupils were taught new skills, played games and took part in some mini matches.

Girls’ Football

The Year 5/6 Girls’ Team played the first match at Parkside on Wednesday 16th October. They played well in their first outing as a team and are looking forward to developing their skills.

Tag Rugby League

Well done to Loran, Aimmee, Riley, Daniel, Alfie, Madison and Lucas who represented the school at a Tag Rugby League at Wolsingham after school throughout October and November. They improved every week and played...

Football – Year 3 and Year 4

This year, there was a football league for our Year 3 and Year 4 pupils. Our team has travelled to Parkside over the last few months to play against other schools. They have really...

Hi 5 Netball Festival

On Monday 8th, Year 5 took part in a netball festival at Parkside. It was a great afternoon where they developed their netball skills through a range of games and activities. We also played...

Kingsway

The Year 6 residential trip to Kingsway was amazing. The pupils stayed in Middleton-I- Teesdale and experienced some incredible activities. We arrived on the Monday and after making our own beds, we all played...

School Games Level 3 Tennis Final

On July 5th, 4 pupils travelled to Maiden Castle to compete in the final of the Mini-tennis. They played as a team of two boys and two girls. Ellie, Kitty, Louis and Johnty played...

Athletics

OLST pupils represented Wear Valley at the County Athletics. It was a great experience where our pupils competed against pupils from across the County. There were some very determined performances. A special mention to...

Chance to Shine – Yorkshire Tea Week

Due to the weather, the planned activities for Yorkshire Tea Week took place later than planned. Despite the postponement they were a great success. Cricket was introduced at lunchtimes on the field and was...

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