Below are tables showing the competitions that children are taking part in for Autumn, Spring and Summer. Farsley Springbank Primary School are signed up to two SLAs which allow the children to be involved in numerous competitions. These are 'Active Schools' and 'Pudsey Cluster'.
On another bitterly cold night at Priesthorpe, our Year 5/6 Football team competed in the last cluster qualifier of the year. The football on show was excellent and credit to the boys for playing their hardest in the freezing cold. Miss Hellewell, who accompanied the team for the first time, was very proud of how they conducted themselves and thoroughly enjoyed seeing such excellent displays of Springbank sportsmanship.
Springbank 3 - Parkside 'B' 0
Springbank 6 - Bolton Royd 1
Springbank 0 - Parkside 'A' 1
Information coming soon
Children from Year 5 and 6 who had qualified for the Leeds final from the area qualifiers earlier in the year took part in a huge event at Temple Newsam. It was fabulous for the children to experience competition at such a high level and all of our runners came in the top 103 of their age group. Taking in to account the amount of children in Year 5 and 6 across the City, this is a huge achievement and Miss Brayshay and Mrs Hullah were incredibly proud of all our runners. They gave their absolute all in very muddy, cold and windy conditions and they should be very proud of their efforts. Well done!
Results: All 11 runners came in the top 103 of their age groups.
Information coming soon
On Thursday 18th January our U11 netballers went with Miss Owen and Mrs Wilman to Priesthorpe to compete in the practice cluster competition. The girls played incredibly well and came joint second out of 6 team. The next event for the netballers is the cluster competition on Thursday 1st February.
Springbank competed in the second part of the multi-cluster tournament on Thursday night at Crawshaw School. Conditions were (if possible!) even worse than they had been the week before and Miss Brayshay and Mrs Woods were incredibly proud of how well the boys and girls battled on in such awful weather. Unfortunately, due to the increasingly heavy rain, sleet and at times, hail, staff, pupils and parents made the decision not to compete to the very end and to take the children home to the warm and dry. These events would not happen without the unfaltering support of all involved - so thank you very much. Result to follow when we receive them from the organisers.
The teams attended the first multi-cluster tournament of the year, once again battling cold and wet conditions. For the firs time the year, Springbank entered two teams in a tournament with an 'A' and 'B' team representing the school. All the boys played incredibly well and there was some fantastic football and sportsmanship on show. A huge thank you once again to the parents and carers who came to support the boys in such wet and cold conditions.
A results: 1 0-0 draw, 3 wins (4-1, 3-0 and 1-0)
B Results: 1 win (2-0) 1 draw (0-0) and 2 losses (3-0 and 2-0)
Congratulations to the athletics team who reclaimed the West Leeds Indoor Athletics trophy with a powerful display at Priesthorpe on Tuesday evening. The team, which is made up of Year 5 and 6 boys and girls, had made the final after powering through their semi-final stage a fortnight ago. The best of the best in our local area came head-to-head in the final where there was some serious speed and athletic talent on display amongst the six schools competing. Our young sporting stars laid down a marker by winning the first four time trial races of the night and went from strength to strength from there. They went on to take gold in eight races in total and five of the field events. Having also taken either silver or bronze in the remaining events we amassed enough points to win back the trophy for the fifth year in succession (with a very healthy 60 point lead) and we now set our focus on the city-wide finals in January 2018. Well done everyone!
Results: 1st place in the West Leeds final - progress to the City semi-finals
10 Year 5 and 6 boys played in the second round of the Pudsey Cluster Tournament playing teams from Calverley Parkside, Calverley CofE, Pudsey Bolton Royd and Farsley Farfield in snowy, windy conditions. Thank you to Mrs Woods, Will from LED Sports and all the parents and carers for supporting this event.
Results: All 0 - 0 apart from Calverley Parkide A 0 - Springbank 2
30 children from across years 5 and 6 entered the first round of the annual Sports Hall Athletics competition at Priesthorpe school. The children will now take part in the second round on Tuesday 5th December, also at Priesthorpe.
Result: 1st place
10 KS2 girls attended the SheRallies event along with over 15 other schools at the John Charles Centre for Sport. The girls took part in a wide variety of competitive games, all linked to tennis. The girls had an amazing time - photos below!
No results recorded as participation festival.
10 Year 5 and 6 Boys played in the first round of the Pudsey Cluster tournament playing teams from Calverley CofE, Pudsey Bolton Royd and Farsley Farfield. They represented the school superbly. Thank you to Mrs Woods for supporting this event.
Results: Springbank 4 vs CofE 1, Springbank 2 vs Farfield 0,
Springbank 2 vs Pudsey BR 1
10 Girls from Miss Owen's Netball club attended the training event at Priesthorpe which is going to help prepare the girls for the cluster competition later in the year. Thank you Mrs Wilman for taking the girls to this event.
No results as training event for cluster competition.