Year 3 & 4 Rugby
Years 3 and 4 were invited to a rugby tournament at Wakefield Trinity. They played brilliantly, had great fun and showed great sportsmanship in all their games.
After the action-packed friendly tournament the team had the honour of bringing out the Sky Sports flag for all the Wakefield Trinity spectators to see. They even got to meet some of the players!
Following on from the great work put in by year three and four, Violet Class brought their silky-skills and game-heads to the competition that they've been looking forward to since they started in year 6, and they didn't disappoint!
The girls put in a great team performance won two of their four games. They finished 3rd overall.
Goal scorers: Morgan (3), Millie (2), Kiera (1)
The boys also put in a fantastic performance showing both incredible individual and team skill. They won all of their games, scoring 14 goals and only conceding one!
Year 3/4 Football 2018
Eight boys and eight girls from Blue and Green Class headed to the Wakefield Football Centre to take on the other pyramid schools in the 7-aside competition.
The boys showed skill and worked well as a team. Winning three of their five games. They finished third overall.
The girls were not as confident at the start, but pulled together and showed great resilience and teamwork. By the end of the tournament their skills began to shine through and they also finished in third place.
Hockey - Level 3a District Qualifying Event
After winning the pyramid competition, the mighty Mount team went to Slazengers Hockey Club to play against the winners of all the other Wakefield pyramid competitions. All the competitors played brilliantly, but against tough competition we came 5th place.
The Mount visited Wakefield Hockey Club at College Grove to play hockey on their fantastic water-based astroturf. (The pitch is so good that the Chinese women's hockey squad trained there for the London Olympics in 2012!)
The Mount put in incredible individual and team performances, and won all of their five games. The team effort and individual skill was outstanding, so much so that The Mount scored 19 goals in total and only conceded 1! This means that The Mount won the tournament and brought the trophy home.
Leon - 4
Isaac - 6
Greyson - 7
Tyler - 2
Congratulations to everyone who took part!
This year's netball was split into two pools. The Mount came second in their pool - winning, drawing and losing a game. There were some terrific skills demonstrated by all the players who scored some great goals, defended with passion and worked extremely hard to get the ball to their shooting end.
In the next round, it was a close match between The Mount and Flanshaw, but The Mount were to lose 4-0. Congratulations to Flanshaw who were the overall winners of the tournament.
Stand out performances:
Tia: centre court play
Boys' Indoor Athletics 2017
With a mixture of track and field events, The Mount's boys showed off a range of athletic skills in this tournament. The competitors took part in a range of throwing, jumping and speed challenges.
The event ended with the relay races where all of the athletes pushed themselves and showed fantastic teamwork and sportsmanship.
Overall, The Mount did extremely well and with a combined score of 108 the boys should be very proud of achieving second place (only 8 points behind the winners!)!
1st place in their event:
4x2 relay: Connor, Greyson, Rehan & Isaac
Standing long jump: Greyson
Javelin rocket: Connor
2nd place in their event:
2x2 relay: Connor & Rehan
Chest push: Connor
Triple jump: Greyson
Vertical jump: Milosz
CROSS COUNTRY TOURNAMENT SEPT 2017
Congratulations to the 25 children from years 4, 5 and 6 who took part in the Local Schools' Cross Country Tournament.
Overall, The Mount came 2nd due to excellent individual and team performances.
Year 4: Lia - 1st place!
Qualified for level 2 competition: Lauren, Lia, Eoghan!
Year 5: Jessica - 1st place!
Qualified for level 2 competition:
Jessica, Ellie Mae, Mason!
Year 6: Issac - 1st place, Greyson
2nd place, Rehan - 3rd place!
Qualified for level 2 competition:
Issac, Greyson, Rehan, Millie, Kiera!
Sports Fortnight 2017
Wow! What a fantastic fortnight of sports we have had. We've learnt new skills and tried new sports; we've competed against our class mates, and other year groups; we've used teamwork to challenge our opponents, and created a whole school performance. Violet Class (Year 6) have learned how to be sports leaders, so they could run the KS1 competition.
KS2 athletics finals
What fantastic performances! The finals began with the sprint races; followed by distance; then hurdles; and finished off with the relay. Each finalist demonstrated determination, athleticism and sportsmanship in their event. Everyone should be extremely proud of their efforts!
Thank you to the athletes' parents and guardians for your support in this event.
Who knew skipping could be so much fun?
On the 24th January, the whole school took part in skipping workshops. We learned new skills; realised how fit it could make us; and above all, had loads of fun!
All the staff had a workshop after school too. Hopefully we'll see everyone out skipping on the playground at some point!
Tag Rugby Oct 2017
This year's tag rugby competition was hosted by The Mount; what a treat it was for the spectators!
Every player on the 10-person squad showed skill, enthusiasm and a desire to win. It was a real team effort with everyone making fantastic tackles and preventing the opposition from scoring. But The Mount didn't stop at defending, they also scored plenty of tries - resulting in four wins and a draw.
Top scorers: Greyson and Issac
SPORTS FORTNIGHT AT THE MOUNT
Year 3 & 4 and 5 & 6 athletics
Everyone competed to the best of their ability; there were some outstanding performances. Well done Key Stage 2!
Thank you to Cathedral Academy for lending us some of their sports leaders to help the competitions run smoothly.
Jessica was against the best in the country when she competed at Loughborough and she did an amazing job of representing her school and young female athletes. We are all so proud of your achievements Jessica! Could she one day make it to the Olympics? Watch this space...
Cross Country - West Yorkshire Finals
Due to a residential trip, not all qualifying athletes from the district competition could attend this round. But our Year 5 stars travelled to Temple Newsham to compete against the best runners in the county.
Jessica put in an incredible performance and came 7th in her heat - she will now compete in the ENGLAND(!) finals in Loughborough.
GOOD LUCK JESSICA!
Wakefield District Cross Country 2018
On a cold, snowy February afternoon, ten brave athletes travelled to Outwood Grange Academy for the Wakefield District Cross Country Competition. All the competitors showed brilliant resilience as they were running not only a long distance race, but were battling against the elements too!
Each athlete demonstrated stamina and skill as they powered around the slippery course. Some of the races had 50 runners, and The Mount did a fantastic job at keeping up with, and in some cases, leading the pack.
Year 4: Lauren - 19th Lia - 20th
Year 5: Jessica - 1st (!) Emily - 12th
Mason - 22nd
Year 6: Millie - 8th Kiera - 12th
Isaac - 4th Rehan - 10th Greyson - 12th
All the children who finished between 1st and 10th place have qualified for the West Yorkshire round of the competiton.
Girls' Indoor Athletics 2017
Following on from the boys' success, The Mount's girls demonstrated how they've developed as athletes over the year. Every competitor put 100% effort into their events and demonstrated fantastic determination to do their best for their team.
The girls' combined scores put them in fourth place.
1st place in their event:
Triple jump: Millie
Dodgeball Oct 2017
It was Year 4 representing The Mount at this year's dodgeball tournament - and what a fantastic job they did!
Winning four out of their five games, Blue Class should be extremely proud of their performance.
Stand out performances by: Sonny, Habeel, Aramante and Max
Dance Explosion, Wakefield Trinity and Nactics Martial Arts
Each year was able to experience three different sports during the fortnight: dance, rugby and martial arts. Some of us loved the experience so much that we are going to see if we can join these clubs!
KS1 athletics and skills tournament
Orange and Yellow Class showed energy, enthusiasm and skill when they were treated to a fantastic afternoon of sport, planned and run by Violet Class.