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Sports Update 08/12/17

This week we took part in out now annual North West Academies Swimming Gala at Ellesmere Primary School. This was a fantastic event and another example of the excellent link the schools within the Academy Trust have to provide our children with a broad variety of sporting activities.

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Sports Update 01/12/17

This week our infants took centre stage on the sporting front taking part in two events. On Thursday we where lucky enough to be able to take the whole of Sandymere class to the Chester School Sports Partnership Multi-Skills Festival. This was a fantastic event where the children took part in a number of different activities that tested their speed, agility, balance and coordination. 

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Sports Update 24/11/17

This week in KS2 the children have continued to work hard in Lacrosse developing their passing and receiving skills. They are really enjoying this new sport and we are hoping to arrange some inter-school fixtures after xmas. To find out more about Lacrosse click on this link http://www.englishlacrosse.co.uk/rules-2/

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Sports Update 17/11/17

This week was an unforgettable one for our Year 1 football team who WON the Manchester City Mini Kickers Competition. Over 20 schools took part in this event which is ran by PE staff from Blacon High School and coaches from Manchester City Academy. Playing some excellent football and scoring lots of superb goals our team found themselves in the final against St Martin's Academy (...another of our schools in the North West Academies Trust!).

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Sports Update 10/11/17

On Monday our Year 3 & 4 Girls Football team took part in the ESFA Chester Girls Football Tournament at Christleton High School. As well as teaching at Delamere Academy, Mr Freeman is also the English Schools FA Primary Representative for Chester and is in charge of organising all football tournaments, leagues and cup competitions for the schools in Chester. This was the first tournament of the season and our girls played extremely well. After progressing from the group stages and playing some excellent football we played a semi final against the Kings School. In a very even game we where narrowly beaten 1-0. Despite the disappointing result our girls should be very proud of their efforts during this event. Well done girls!!

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