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Get Set Go: Travel to Tokyo - Week 3/4 Review

 

We've picked it up a little, so well done for that! We managed to achieve an additional badge and we are amassing some impressive hours, which is great! Our next goal must be to up the number of activities we are doing. One last week to go; one last push... come on, we can do it! - Mr B

 

         

Get Set Go: Travel to Tokyo - Week 2 Review

 

Not such a good week for us this week. We are some way off our new target of 128, but thank you to those that have still been logging your activities. I am going to excuse this week's performance by putting it down to half of the children returning to school. However, you need to remember that all activity counts! So, from this day forward, log your school activity as well as anything you do at home. You have my permission to pester your class teacher, so that they can log your activity when you return to class following a sports lesson or other energetic activity. Come on, lets get back to our first week form! - Mr B

 

 

Get Set Go: Travel to Tokyo - Week 1 Review

 

What a great start to our Travel to Tokyo challenge! It's clear that the Seer Green children and families have embraced the initiative. Thank you! As you can see from the progress shots below, we are acheiving so much through a variety of healthy activities. It's also great to see that our enjoyment level is so high; if we're not enjoying being active, we're less likely to do it. Not a problem for us, by the looks of things. It's National School Sports Week at Home next week, so let's see if we can continue with our progress. Keep it going, guys! - Mr B

 

 

 

National School Sport Week 2020: Seer Green CE School Backs the Campaign 'No Child Misses Out on Sports Day'

 

 

With young people set to miss out on their main school sport day this summer, the Youth Sport Trust is taking its annual National School Sport Week campaign beyond the school gates to parents and families – reinvented as National School Sport Week at Home. Taking place from 20th to 26th June, the UK-wide campaign will give families, communities, schools and sports clubs the chance to capture the enjoyment, competition and camaraderie they have been missing out on during weeks of school closures and social distancing. All young people deserve to enjoy the life-changing benefits that come from play and sport; that’s why this year we’re asking our pupils’ families to take part in National School Sport Week at Home. Anyone can register to take part. When you do, you will receive videos and activity cards to plan a series of challenges across the week. For more information and to sign up go to: https://www.youthsporttrust.org/national-school-sport-week-home

Seer Green CE School Recognised for Sporting Efforts 2019-20

 

 

The school received some fantastic news this week - we have been awarded the School Games ‘Recognition Award’ for our commitment to sporting competition between September 2019 and March 2020 (prior to lockdown). A big thank you to all the pupils and staff who took part in, or contributed to sporting activities this year. A well deserved award!

U11 Girls Football v Great Missenden - 10/03/2020

 

 

On Tuesday 10th March, the girls football team played against Great Missenden in the cup quarter-final. It was very muddy because it had rained for many days (and weeks) before the match. However, at half-time we were leading 2-1. Olivia scored her first goal for the school and Maddie scored the other. Sadly, in the end, we lost 4-2. Cara was player of the match, but a special mention must got to Isabella in Year 4 who played her first match for the school and was great in defence. - Phoebe F (Year6)

U11 Boys Football v Thorpe House - 03/03/2020

 

 

Thorpe House v Seer Green was a hugely exciting league match, which took place on 3rd March in wet conditions. Seer Green started with a goal in the first few minutes and then followed this up with another. Our pacey wingers broke their defence a number of times, but unfortunately Thorpe House scored two quick goals (an unlucky penalty) and it was 2 – 2 at half-time. We knew their defence was physically tough, but in the second half we scored four goals. There was some lovely football, with great through passes and we went home feeling like champions after a 6 – 3 victory. Goals were scored by Seb (2), James (2), Noah and Tom J. Man of the Match was James for his two goals and battling display. – Charlie N and Mark N (Year 6)

U11 Girls Football v Gerrards Cross - 13/02/2020

 

 

On Thursday 13th February, we (Seer Green Girls) played a match against a strong Gerrards Cross team. Although we lost (7 - 0), we still had a great time... especially when we covered ourselves in mud at the end! Ava and Caitliin made some great saves, whilst Scarlett and Maddie made some hard tackles. Maddie was player of the match for our team. Mr Bell praised us for having fun and explained that it's ok to lose; we will learn and come back stronger. It was also the first time we wore our new kit, which was bought with vouchers won through our parents entering a prize draw. - Olivia G and Ava B (Year 5)

U11 Football v Chalfont St Giles - 11/02/2020

 

 

On Tuesday 11th February 2020, Seer Green took on Chalfont St Giles in a thrilling U11 league match. Seer Green, who were playing at home, won 2 – 1 with goals from Seb and James (me). Oliver made his competitive debut for the team and man of the match was the captain Thomas P. - James C (Year 5 & Sports Council)

U11 Football v Gerrards Cross - 04/02/2020

 

 

For the first time this year, Seer Green played two, simultaneous matches. Game A was the U11 Boys Cup Quarter Final, which saw Gerrards Cross come away with a 3-1 victory. It was a shame for Seer Green, who had the most possession and fought hard. Seb scored Seer Green's goal, with Xavier named man of the match. Game B saw our first mixed-team play a local  friendly. Another tough game ended with Gerrards Cross winning 1-0, although (again) it had been a dominant display by Seer Green. Cara was named player of the match. One of those days. We go again next week! - Mr Bell

 Yr5/6 Swimming Gala at Wycombe Abbey - 15/01/2020

 

 

 

The Seer Green Sharks - school swimming team - went to their first gala at Wycombe Abbey School. The team, which was made up of Daisy T, Daisy P (me), Maddie, Rachel, Seb, Ben and Oliver, came third out of 10 teams. Both the girls and the boys came third in their own sections of the gala. It was an amazing experience in a fantastic school! - Daisy P (Year5)

U11 Girls Netball Tournament at Holmes Green - 22/11/2019

 

 

The girls had to grit their teeth and perform in cold, wet and dark conditions... yet again. Playing a total of 6 games, the girls won 4 and came out bronze medal winners. The spirit of the team was fantastic and they did Seer Green proud. They played particularly well in their final match, which saw them secure the bronze medal. - Mr Bell

U11 EFL Kids Cup Football Festival - 28/11/2019

 

 

The boys did Seer Green proud; they played a total of 6 matches, winning 4, with just the one draw and one loss. They made it into the second and final stage of the tournament, ultimately winning a difficult Group B with a total of 7 points, remaining unbeaten in the latter stage of the tournament. Every member of the team played their part; Xavier finished with 5 goals; Freddie 3; Tom J and James 2; Seb 1. A really fantastic effort. - Mr Bell

U10 Boys v Robertswood - 18/11/2019

 

This was a rearranged fixture, following a cancellation due to poor weather, and it saw Seer Green come out on top with a 4-2 Victory. Seb, team captain, walked away with another hat-trick, taking his personal tally to 12 goals in 4 games. Xavier made the fourth goal with an incredible dribble and shot, which was poked over the line by Harry, who scored his first goal for the school team. - Mr Bell

U11 Girls v Chalfont St Peter - 15/11/2019

 

 

A cold, windy and dark evening saw Seer Green lose 2-1 to a strong Chalfont St Peter team. Seer Green took the lead through a Maddie goal (me), in which she ran past a number of defenders before slotting home a neat finish. Their goalkeeper was tested many times, but a penalty saw Chalfont equalise, before they took the lead and held on to a win. A great effort by all in terrible conditions, and a player of the match performance by Cara. - Maddie H (Year6)

U11 Boys Football v Little Chalfont - 22/10/19

 

 

This was another great game by Seer Green, which saw us win our first league game of the season. Little Chalfont fought hard and we went 1 - 0 down early into the first half. Only an own goal meant the teams went into half-time on level terms. After a change of formation, the team began to play well together and goals from Seb - another hat-trick bringing his tally to 9 goals in 3 games - and Krish, resulted in 5 - 1 victory. It was tougher than the score-line suggests. Ethan was man of the match following his fighting display in defence and midfield. A special mention to Charlie who made a spectacular save in the first half. - Mr Bell

U10 Boys Football v Little Kingshill - 18/10/19

 

On 17/10/19, the U10 boys played Little Kingshill in the U10 Cup group stages. Mr Bell made me captain and I scored my second hat-trick in two games. We won 5 - 1, with other goals from Xavier and James. A special mention to the two brothers that played; Harry for some wonderful assists and George for being the youngest (Year 4) player on the pitch, plus the defensive partnership of Ethan and Xavier who were unbeatable. - Seb S (Year 5)

U11 Girls Football Tournament at Gerrards Cross - 16/10/19

 

On 16/10/19, the Girls U11s played in a football tournament at Gerrards Cross. Playing 4 matches, we won two and lost two. In total, we scored 10 and conceded 8. Everyone is really proud as only 2 girls from our squad of 11 had ever played a match before. I captained the team and scored 5, but I would like to mention Maddie, who Mr Bell has decided would run through a wall if he asked her to, and Shams who played like a rockstar in defence. - Cara B (Year 6)

 

Results:

 

Gerrards Cross 3 - 0 Seer Green

Seer Green 5 - 0 Waterside

St Marys FR 1 - 3 Seer Green

Seer Green 2 - 4 Woodside

U11 Boys Football v St Marys FR - 03/10/19

 

On 03/10/19, the boys U11 team played our first match of the season in the U11 Cup. We had an impressive 6 – 1 victory over St Marys Farnham Royal. Goals were scored by Seb (x3… goal machine), James, Zac and Freddie. I was really proud to lead the team as captain for the game. - Thomas P (Year 6)

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