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Manchester United Cup

Well done to Lark Hill Year 5/6 football team who won the semi final of the Manchester United Cup. We traveled to St John's Primary School and in a fiercely competitive match the half time score was 4-4. Both teams were playing good football and creating scoring opportunities. In the second half Lark Hill turned on the style as they bagged 6 goals to St John's 1. The final score was 10-5 to Lark Hill. The final will be against St Mary's Primary School in Swinton on Monday 3rd July.

Salford Finals

In the finals of the Salford dodgeball competition Lark Hill competed brilliantly. They won 3 out of 4 group games to reach the semi finals which they won 2-1. In the final it came down to the wire but unfortunately we were beaten by Clarendon Primary 2-1. A great effort guys, better luck next year!

Going FOUR! It at The Tri Golf

A great day was had by all when students from years 3,4,5 and 6 went to compete at the Salford tri golf finals. The level 3 competition was organised brilliantly and all of the children had a chance to take part in friendly competition. Our year 3/4 teams finished 4th overall in the morning competition as did our year 5/6 pupils,who did the same in the afternoon. WELL DONE! ⛳️🏌🏽‍♀️🏌🏽

Year 1 working with the Rio Ferdinand Foundation

The Rio Ferdinand Foundation (RFF) creates positive opportunities for young people aged 11-25 in Salford and Manchester, they deliver programmes which support young people to take a leadership role within the heart of their communities and deliver their own engagement projects through sports, media and the arts. Through this developmental journey RFF’s approach helps to address a number of important personal, social and economic issues. As well as equipping young people with the tools for active citizenship, further education, employment or enterprise.

Their young leaders have been coaching a year 1 class during PE in multi skills. The children have thoroughly enjoyed this opportunity and we would like to say thanks you to the Rio Ferdinand Foundation.

Lark Hill Girls V Lewis Street

On Thursday 11th May, Lark Hill girls football traveled to Eccles RUFC to play a football match against Lewis Street. In Glorious sunshine Lark Hill Defended brilliantly to keep the Lewis street forwards off the score sheet. Some great counter attacking football from Nerea put Lewis street on the defensive, but Lark Hill could not capitalise. Lewis street attacked well and despite a great first save by Anssu, nothing could be done about the rebound shot that flew into the back of the net. 1-0 at half time.

 

The Lark Hill girls were determined to get on the score sheet in the second half. Farrah, Nerea and Nurh attacked up the right hand side. As the ball came across the box the shot by Darci just went wide. Lark Hill were now playing football in the Lewis Street half, which gave the opposition's flying right back chance to counter effectively. This led to a further 2 goals being scored. The final score was 3-0 to Lewis street. The girls were competitive throughout  the game and were a credit to themselves and the school. Great effort girls!

Dodgball Team Through to the Salford Finals

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Lark Hill attended All Hallows High School last week for the annual dodgeball tournament. The team represented their school brilliantly winning 11 out of their 13 matches. They showed great sportsmanship throughout the competition showing respect to match officials and their opponents alike. The final will be held on Wednesday 7th June at Clarenden Leisure Centre.

Sports Hall Athletics

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Lark Hill took a team of year 5 and 6 pupils to compete in the Salford Sports Hall Athletics Festival at Irlam Leisure Centre. It was a great afternoon of competitive sport and the children really enjoyed themselves. All children competed in at least 3 track and field events which involved running, jumping and throwing. The children represented the Lark Hill brilliantly and competed in a positive manner. They did themselves proud! Well done!

Manchester United Coaches

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This term year 5 have been lucky enough to to have coaches from the Manchester United Acadamy teaching them in PE. In these lessons children have been fine tuning their football skills and taking part in competitions. The children have enjoyed having the opportunity to show off their skills to the expert coaches. 

Salford Red Devil's Tag Rugby

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On Wednesday 17th November Lark Hill tag rugby team travelled to the AJ Bell stadium to take part in the annual Salford Red's tag rugby tournament. The rain continued to fall throughout the afternoon but that couldn't dampen the team spirit. Lark Hill played with determination all afternoon and the team grew in confidence as the games went on. Strong forward running from Ryan and Stefan were some highlights from the game.

It it was a fun and enjoyable afternoon, well done to all that took part.

 

 

Oasis Hockey Tournament

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On Tuesday 14th November Lark Hill took 2 teams to the hockey tournament at Oasis Academy. The children all played brilliantly and represented our school exceptionally well. They were confident, positive and showed great sportsmanship in all of their games. Well done!

A Hard Fought Draw For LH Girls

 

The Lark Hill girls football team performed valiantly to come back from a goal down against Lewis Street on Tuesday. 

 

It was a cold afternoon when the girls from Lark Hill arrived at Eccles RUFC. In the first half the Lewis Street team looked on top, playing most of the football in the Lark Hill half. But, good defending from Caitlin and Clarinha kept them off the score sheet. Eventually though, a good pass put the Lewis street striker in on goal and a clean strike sent the ball whizzing past Anssu in goal. 

 

In the second half the Lark Hill team began to play with more confidence and the start making accurate passes, which enabled them to play into the Lewis street half. As Nerea tried to play a pass towards Nurh, just outside the opposition box, it was cut out by the defender. From the resultant throw in Darci found herself in great position with the ball at her feet. Striking the ball with her weaker foot, it streaked into the bottom left corner. 

 

The final score was 1-1. It was good performance from a team that hasn't been able to play together, but there is still a lot to work on. 

Best player of the match was given to Nurh.

Lark Hill Shine on a Wet Afternoon

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The Lark Hill football team arrived in a confident mood at the JP league on Thursday. However, they didn't get off to the greatest start, losing the first 2 games 2-0 and 2-1, respectively. After a good team talk, all of the players rallied to come from 2-0 behind and draw against a quality Irlam Endowed A team. This gave the Lark Hill team confidence and they went on to win the next 2 games 5-1 and 7-0. 

 

It was a great afternoon of football and even when the heavens opened it couldn't dampen the Lark Hill spirit. Well done to all of the players but the man of the match award goes to Conlan Scholes, who was a team player throughout.

Autumn 2: School Sports Clubs

All clubs will start on the second week back (Monday 7th November) and will run for 6 weeks (week beginning Monday 12th December).

 

Day

Club

Time

Year Groups

Monday

Change 4 life

Lunch

1 & 2

Multi skills

After school

1 & 2

Tuesday

Gymnastics

After school

3,4,5&6

Thursday

Football

After School

3,4,5&6

 

Beat The Street Has Arrived!

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The Lark Hill community is set to take part in a six week city wide game called 'Beat The Street'-a challenge that encourages participants to walk, cycle and run as far as possible within their local community in their own time.

The game starts on Wednesday 28th September and will run for 6 weeks!

 

Children have been given their green fobs and parents have been given their cards. All you have to do is walk run or cycle to the points on your map in order to gain well earned points for your school team. Prizes are given to individuals who really take up the challenge and gain the most points for their school team.

 

Children do not need to register their fobs but adults do. For more information visit:

website- www.beatthestreet.me/salford

facebook- facebook.com/beatthestreetsalford 

twitter- @btssalford

Lark Hill Gets New Football Season Underway.

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Lark Hill impressed on their first football outing in the JP league at Salford Sports Village. The team of year 5 and 6 pupils played four games, drawing the first two, winning the third and losing the last. It was a fun and competitive afternoon and the children cannot wait until the next one.

A New Year of Sport!

With the success of Lark Hill achieving the gold sports mark status in 2015/16, we are looking forward to year jam packed with sporting opportunities for our children. We are kicking of the year with the following clubs. If you would like your child to attend a club, please fill out a form and hand it in to their class teacher as soon as possible.

 

Day

Club

Year Groups

Monday lunch time

Change 4 life

1&2

Monday 3:15-4:15

Multi skills

1&2

Tuesday 3:15-4:15

Basketball

3,4,5&6

Wednesday 3:15-4:15

Netball

3,4,5&6

Thursday 3:15-4:15

Football

3,4,5&6

 

Going for Gold

 

Congratulations! Lark Hill has been awarded gold sports mark status! We have had a busy year of sport and thanks to the hard work of all the children and teaching staff our school has been recognised as gold standard. This award highlights our schools commitment to the development of competition, school sport and physical education. 

 

The School Games Mark in  a Government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. 

 

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