Today we hosted this years Fielding Sport Partnership Year 3&4 Athletics competition on the school field. We had 5 visiting teams competing against us for this years trophy as well as all of the individual medals for each event. We were excited to test some of our promising young athletes against those from other schools across 3 track and 3 field events today.
It was over to the field events first and so our athletes headed over to the javelin, shotput and long jump events. We saw some fantastic throws and jumps from our own children and those of St. Mark's, Grange, Holy Family and St. John's. Our Year 5 leaders were measuring and scoring on each event so we would have to wait until the end of the afternoon to find out how successful we had been.
The track events were next with our 50m sprinters and 150m runners competing at the same time. After the heats had finished we were very pleased that we had runners winning races and qualifying for the finals later in the afternoon. Next, was our longest distance of the afternoon - the 450m. We knew we had some good runners but the sun was out from behind the clouds and it was beginning to feel warmer. We ran well and again had athletes in the finals!
After the finals had been ran and the field event results had been finalised we waited to find out if we had any medal winners. Archie and Alya won Gold in the 50m, with Sav claiming Silver. Aidan won Bronze in the 150m. Zach won Gold in the 450m, with Louis and Tilly winning Silver. Zach also won Gold in the Javelin, Yasmina won Silver and Tilly and Lachie won Bronze. Aidan then got Bronze in the Shotput. Archie win Gold in the Long Jump, with Louis claiming Bronze. Finally, our relay team of Archie, Zach, Alya and Sav won Gold in the Relay! It was a great afternoon individually for our athletes but we were most excited about learning that after the points from each event were added together we were in 1st place and so had won this years Year 3&4 Athletics Competition. Huge well done to every one of our 12 athletes today for representing the school so well.
Today we took 9 children to Spikes Bridge Park to represent the school at this years Featherstone Tri-Golf competition. It was the first time our children had tried their hand at golf but they were all excited to give it a go. The competition was made up of 8 putting and chipping challenges, with children scoring points on each challenge. After all of the schools had completed each challenge the school with the most won. The challenges were difficult but the children showed some excellent school values and should be proud of how they attempted each challenge. We finished 6th out of 6 today but learned a lot on the way. Well done to this years golfers!
Today, Fielding took a team of 8 cricketers to Old Actonians Cricket Club to compete against 11 other teams in a Year 3&4 Cricket competition. Teams were split up into initial groups of 3, with teams then progressing into a further group dependent on your positioning in the first group. Fielding had Drayton Green and Lady Margaret in their opening group and beat both teams to finish the morning session top of the group. This meant that we were into the winners group in the afternoon which consisted of Little Ealing, Berrymede and Alleby. We had Little Ealing first in a game which although very close we ended up losing. We then bounced back to beat both Berrymede and Allenby in our next 2 games. After Little Ealing won all 3 of their games it meant they ended the day as winners and Fielding finished as runners up. In our first outing as a school cricket team, we were pleased with our performances today and felt happy with our second placed finish. Well done guys.
Today we hosted Holy Family in a Quicksticks Hockey, 4 team round robin. No trophies or medals were on offer, just the chance to play some competitive hockey against another school who made this years Borough Finals for Year 5/6 Quicksticks.
Both schools has 2 teams, which meant that each team had 3 games to play. Our teams played some really good hockey and demonstrated a good understanding of what they had learned in PE this year. Our B team won 1 and lost 1 and our A team won 2 before both Fielding teams faced off against each other in their final game. It was great game which saw the B team take the lead twice before the A team equalised twice to give both teams a 2-2 draw to end on.
Well done both teams. We are looking forward to seeing what you guys are capable of in Year 5!
We took 2 teams to Will to Win for this years tennis competition today and were excited by the prospects of both teams. The B team were drawn into a separate competition with St. Mark's, West Acton, Little Ealing, North Ealing and Berrymede and were due to play each school in the league once to try to win. There was some great tennis on show from each of our guys which resulted in the team finishing in 2nd place overall! Great result from the B team well done.
The A team were also taking part in a league format for their competition and were up against Berrymede, North Ealing, Little Ealing, Mount Carmel and St. Mark's. Again some excellent tennis was on show which led to us ending the day as champions and qualifying for Borough Finals.
A huge well done to both teams for representing the school so well today!
Today Fielding hosted this years Fielding Sport Partnership High 5 Netball tournament on our Netball Court. Four other schools joined the Fielding team for a round robin style competition with the team with most points after all games had been played being crowned this years champs.
Our team was made up of 8 of our Year 4 children who have been training over the past couple of weeks to get ready for the tournament. Our first test of the afternoon was Holy Family and the team played great and demonstrated some really good movement off of the ball alongside some excellent shooting to win 3-0. Our second game was against tournament favourites, St.Mark's. We tried our best but came out 2nd best as we lost 5-1. Game 3 was against Oaklands who did very well defensively as they were following our runners to limit our attacks. We were unable to reciprocate and didn't defend as well when Oaklands were in possession and so we lost 3-0. Next up was Mount Carmel, and the team bounced back in spectacular fashion as they won 5-1!
After all of the games were finished we ended up in 3rd place. St. Mark's ended up in 2nd place with Oaklands winning. Our guys performed great and have given themselves a very good experience to prepare for competition in Year 5 and 6.
Today Fielding hosted this years Year 3 & 4 football tournament on the school field. Twelve teams from 9 different schools attended today, all trying their hardest to leave with the trophy and winners medals around their neck. Teams were drawn into 2 groups of 6 with the top 2 qualifying for the semi finals. During the group stage of the competition Fielding played St. Mark's A, Berrymede A, Edward Betham, Oaklands and Mount Carmel and beat therm all without conceding a single goal to finish top of the group. This meant that they had to play Berrymede B in the semi finals as they finished runners up in the other group. It was tough game in the semi final but we came through it as we won 1-0. This set up a cup final against St. Mark's A who we had already beaten in the group.
Annabel, one of our Sports Captains watched the game and wrote up the key events...
St. Mark's kicked off the game. Zach pressured straight away, won the ball and got a shot off but missed. The St. Mark's goalkeeper played the ball down the wing to set up a good looking attack but Ivan saved us with a great tackle. From the resulting throw in, St. Mark's shot but missed. Fielding attack again with Zach crossing the ball into the box, nobody on the end of it but Fielding win a corner. Aidan sends in a great cross which goes to Zach who scores! 1-0 to Fielding! St. Mark's restart the game and get straight on the attack. St. Mark's win a corner and force Thomas into making a great save to keep the game at 1-0. Fielding attack again through Zach who passes to Theo. Theo shoots but ball goes wide. St. Mark's back on the attack once again and get a shot off. Keeper is beaten but ball hits the cross bar. It deflects into the box but Thomas saves. St. Mark's attack again as they try to get an equaliser right at the end of the game, they shoot but the ball goes narrowly past the post. St. Mark's corner and the ball gets crossed in but Thomas gathers. He clears the ball and the whistle is blown for full time. Final score 1-0 to Fielding.
Well done to everybody who took part in the tournament but special well done to both finalists for taking part in such an exciting final. Big well done and thanks to our Year 6 Sports Captains who helped in the running of the tournament today, we had great feedback from visiting teachers. Special well done to Lily and Flora who managed the Year 4 football team to victory today on their managerial debuts!
Congratulations to our Year 4 football team for ending the afternoon as champions! Hopefully some of these boys can make the step up to Year 5 and 6 football next year.
Today Fielding played host to 10 Year 3 & 4 tag rugby teams for this years Fielding Sport Partnership competition. The 10 teams were representing 7 of our local schools and were full of boys and girls all eager to impress their teachers. The 10 teams were drawn into 2 groups of 5, with the top 2 from each group progressing through to the semi finals.
Fielding would have to get past Mount Carmel B, St. Vincent's A, St. Mark's B and Our Lady of the Visitation to make it out of the group stages. This would be tough but they were all determined to play as well as they could and give themselves that opportunity. After 4 group games we had won 2, drawn 1 and lost 1 to top the group and qualify for the semi finals as group winners.
It was St. Mark's A standing in our way of a place in the final in a game which turned out to be very tense. There was some excellent rugby on display by both teams, but both teams defended really well and stopped each other from scoring. At the end of the game it was 0-0 and so went to extra time. In extra time, the golden try rule was in place, which meant which ever team scored first would win. After 2 minutes of extra time, there was still no score and so the referee had to start taking players off from both teams, in the hope this would encourage somebody to score. So the game went down to 6v6, then 5v5 until eventually St. Mark's broke through and scored the winning try.
Although we were disappointed not to make the final, we were all still very proud of the rugby we played today and the values we displayed. Well done Fielding! Well done also goes to the eventual winners of the tournament, Holy Family who beat St. Mark's 2-0 in a very entertaining final game. Well done to all of the children who played today, you all represented your schools very well!
Today 4 schools competed on the Fielding school field for the first ever Fielding Sport Partnership Year 3&4 Athletics competition. A Fielding athletics team were joined by teams from St. Mark's, Edward Betham and Holy Family in a competition which would see them compete in tho 60m, 150m, 450m, shotput, javelin, long jump and 75m relay.
It was fantastic afternoon of sport with athletes from all four school impressing in each event. At the end of the afternoon the Fielding team were very pleased to hear that they had some individual success in the the competition. We had bronze medals in the boys javelin for Josh and the girls long jump for Oleena. We had silver medals in the boys javelin for Charlie C, the boys shotput for Toby and Charlie B, and the boys 450m for Charlie B. We also had some gold medals for the boys long jump for Archie, the girls javelin for Sophie, the girls 60m for Oleena and the boys 150m for Archie. We were also very happy that our mixed relay team of Archie, Roquan, Sophie and Oleena won their event to claim another gold medal each.
At the end of the afternoon of competition all of the points were added up to determine which team had won overall. The Fielding team did very well to finish in 2nd place and although they were very proud about that they are also determined to try to go one better when they are in Year 5! The winners of today's competition was St. Mark's and so congratulations must go to them. Well done to everybody who competed today you were all brilliant!
The Year 3/4 tennis squad were today back at Will to Win, Lammas Park to compete in this years tennis area finals. The guys were in high spirits having qualified last week by finishing 2nd in the Featherstone tournament.
Our first game was against Christ the Saviour who were runners up in the Willow Tree tournament which is the Featherstone equivalent from the other side of the Borough. We started well as we won our first 2 match ups before losing the second 2 to draw 2-2. Next up we had Little Ealing who beat us to first place in last weeks tournament. They were very strong again and even though our children were worried about this match today, they performed better than last week! Although the victory still went to Little Ealing it was much much closer today as we took them very close. Our final game was against St. Vincent's. Going into the game the children knew that they could no longer finish top of the group to qualify for London Youth Games but were still keen to go out with a win. Sadly, it wasn't to be as they were too strong for us as they won 3-1.
Well done to each of our tennis players for getting to this years area finals and being recognised amongst the four best teams in the Borough.
Today we took 4 of our 3 and 4 tennis players to Lammas Park for this years Featherstone tennis tournament. It was a small tournament today with just 5 teams entered but a lot to play for as the top 2 teams qualified for area finals. Our first game was against Clifton and all 4 of our players started well as they all won their games against their Clifton counterparts to give us a 4-0 win. The 2nd game of the day was against the Berrymede B team. Zach, Marley, Sophie and Izzy all played great again and gave Fielding another 4-0 win. Next up was Little Ealing. The Little Ealing guys played some excellent tennis to give each of our players their first loss of the day as we lost 4-0. Finally we were on court for out last game against Berrymede A. The guys picked themselves up after a tough match in the last round to give us a 3-1 win.
After playing every team once the scores were added up and we were delighted to find out that we finished in 2nd place to qualify for next weeks area finals! Well done to all 4 of our young tennis players!
This afternoon our Year 3 and our Year 4 Cricket teams played in their first competitive school cricket matches against Oaklands Primary School. Both teams were brilliant and showed off their cricket skills in superb fashion. Congratulations to the Year 3 team who won by 293 runs to 248 runs. Also, congratulations to the Year 4 team who won by 319 runs to 270 runs.
Today we hosted our third Year 3/4 competition of the year at Fielding Primary School. The sport this time around was High 5 Netball and we had 5 schools competing for 1st place. Mount Carmel, St. Mark's, Oaklands and Holy Family joined Fielding on the Netball court for an afternoon of intense competition. Every team played each other once on the Netball court in order to try to finish on top. Fielding had 4 games and defended superbly in every game, conceding only once across every game. However, we also struggled a bit at the other end of the court as we scored only once. So after our 4 games we had drawn every single one, but remained undefeated! There were some wins on the court though as St. Mark's won 2 of their games and drew the other 2 to finish in 1st place. Congratulations to St. Mark's for being crowned champs. Also well done to our Fielding team who despite not being able to win a game finished in 2nd place to claim silver medals.
Thank you to the schools who attended and played so well. Thank you to Erica who played the role of umpire superbly for the afternoon! Thank you to Jenny for putting on some great coaching sessions for the schools who came.
Well done everybody who came, we saw some excellent Netball and some great attitudes. We are already looking forward to the next one.
Today we took a team of Year 4 girls to Goals Alperton to celebrate International Women's Day by competing in a tournament hosted by QPR. Our girls were very excited to be representing the school in a competition in which 16 schools were competing. All of the pitches were renamed for the day after inspirational women and we were very pleased to have been drawn into the 'QPR Ladies' group.
Our first game, as you might expect from the girls first ever time playing together as a team was tough. We had all of the possession and were passing the ball really well but we weren't able to create a lot of shooting opportunities. Eventually we made the break through as Kimora shot from outside the area to score our first and only goal of the game. A 1-0 win meant we had a great start to the day. In our second game we were more confident of what we had to do after taking some time to reflect on our opening performance. The girls were excellent again and goals from Izzy and Emily ensured that we won our second game 2-0. Our final game was set to be the toughest as were up against another school who had won both of their games. This game was end to end! We hit the post, they hit the post, we had a shot cleared off the line, the action was non stop. Then with a few minutes left to play and the game locked at 0-0, we were awarded a free kick just outside the area. Kimora took the free kick and passed the ball across the area to Zoe who was open and placed the ball into the net. We held on the final few minutes to win 1-0 and end the day unbeaten.
After lunch we were split up into mixed teams with other schools and continued to play in a non-competitive festival. We had so much fun and and learnt a lot about playing together as a team. At the end of the day, QPR were handing out prizes and congratulating everybody on all of their hard work for the day. We were very happy to find out that were to be crowned today's champions as the best performing team across all 4 groups. So our girls returned to school with a trophy, a winners medal, tickets for QPR ladies and the promise of Womens FA Cup final tickets.
Well done girls, you should be very proud of yourselves today!
Today we hosted our second Year 3 and 4 event of the year as 11 teams made their way to the Fielding school field to compete for the title of Year 3 and 4 Football Champion.
Fielding entered 2 teams into the competition which meant that we could give 20 of our children the opportunity to represent the school. Our B team were excellent in their group and had a good amount of success but unfortunately missed out on the semi finals by a single goal! Our A team did manage to get to the semi finals as they won their group, but were beaten 2-0 by a very good Edward Betham team.
It was an extremely cold afternoon but the children were fantastic as were all of the parents who came to support. The competition was fierce and at the end of the day we were able to crown a winner...congratulations to St. Mark's for winning a great final 2-0 against Edward Betham.
We look forward to seeing everybody at the next tournament in February which will be High 5 netball. See you then.
Today we hosted our first Year 3 and 4 event of the year as 4 schools competed in our Tag Rugby competition. Mount Carmel, Wood End Academy, Holy Family and ourselves each entered a team of 10 children into the tournament with the aim of giving some of our younger children an opportunity to represent the school and try to win a trophy.
The Fielding squad, comprised of just Year 4 children this time, were fantastic all afternoon and demonstrated how much they have learnt in PE lessons and at outside clubs by giving us a great show of tag rugby. We played each team twice in the group stage to determine who finished 1st and 2nd and lost only 1 game to finish 2nd. That meant that we had set up a Fielding vs Mount Carmel cup final to see who would end the day as champions.
Mount Carmel played some excellent rugby and took an early lead and then limited our own try scoring opportunities with some great defensive play. With just 1 minute left in the game though we made a breakthrough with a great try from Josh B to level things up. It looked as though we were headed for extra time when a fine running move from Mount Carmel saw them score another try with just seconds to go. The whistle blew and we were still very proud to have finished in 2nd place.
Congratulations to Mount Carmel for winning the day and also to Wood End and Holy Family for playing some great rugby and demonstrating superb sportsmanship throughout the afternoon.
We are already looking forward to our next Year 3 and 4 tournament next half term!