This term St Clare’s pupils will be competing in almost all sporting events available to Middlesbrough schools and the St Hilda’s Academy Trust. After team and individual successes so far this year, the pupils head to all summer events full of confidence. The pupils are ready to demonstrate the skills, values and talents that they have worked hard on during Lessons, break times and after schools clubs. All staff and the community of St Clare’s R.C Primary School wish them well and know they will represent the school admirably. Listed below is the time table for summer events:
Year 4 Tennis Championship
Wednesday 17th May
Y5/6 Middlesbrough Athletics
Wednesday 14th June
Year 3 Tennis Fun Festival
Thursday 18th pm
Year 1 or 2
Quad Kids Athletics
Thursday 15th June
Year 3 TBSF Tennis Championship
Friday 19th May
Year 3 or 4 Quad Kids Athletics
Friday 16th June
YCB Y5/6 Girls Cricket
Wednesday 24th May
KS1 Football Festival
Thursday 29th June
Thursday 25th May
Year 3/4 Football Festival
Friday 30th June
Friday 26th May
Year 4/5 Orienteering
Wednesday 5th July
YCB Y5/6 Boys Cricket
Tuesday 6th June
Middlesbrough Primary Schools Sports Awards
Thursday 6th July
Year 5/6 Hockey
Wednesday 7th June
Summer Arts Festival
Wednesday 12th July
Tag Rugby Well done to all of the children who participated in tag rugby competitions across Key Stage 2 last month.
Judo Mr Marron has organised a judo teacher to come and give taster sessions to children this month, we hope the children enjoy learning about a new sport.
A Mile a Day
Can you walk or run a mile a day? Mr Marron has mapped out a mile around the school grounds and classes will be taken out to see if they can complete the mile to increase their fitness levels. We will let you know how we get on!
Year 3 Swimming. Our Y3 children will be going swimming every Friday this term at Eston baths starting 16th September.
We have achieved the Gold Mark for the second year running!!
Tennis- Well done to our tennis champions who came first in last month’s tournament with the other Catholic schools.
Cricket– Well done to the Y4 cricketers. The Y4 have been working with a coach from Durham Cricket Club and followed up their training in PE lessons and in voluntary lunchtime cricket practice, all the hard work paid off as they came first out of 15 other schools.
Well done to the Y5/6 Girls’ cricket team who came joint third. A great day was had by all.
Football—Well done to all of the children from Years 5 and 6 who took part in the Catholic Cup football tournament last month. We were doing really well until rain stopped play. Thank you to all of the parents who came and supported our teams. A big thanks to staff for the preparation and giving their time to support the children.
Good luck to our school A-team netball players who will compete in the Tees Valley Finals on Thursday 14th April. We are very proud of you all and hope that you continue to shine in all of your matches.
Good luck also to Daisy from Y6 who will swim as a member of the Middlesbrough team at the Tees Valley Swimming Gala on Thursday 28th April. It is fantastic that you are representing St. Clare’s at this event.
Congratulations to the children in Y5 who have been learning all about how to stay safe whilst riding their bikes in our local area. They have completed their levels 1 and 2 of the Bikeability scheme and are now able to use and give clear signals when cycling on the roads as well as staying safe on cycle paths in the local area.
Well done to Kayleigh, Lucy and Leo from Y6 and Ajay, Grace, Alex and Erin from Y5 who competed for Middlesbrough at the Tees Valley Cross Country finals which were held at Stewarts Park. They all performed to a very high standard, with top 20 finishes from Kayleigh (15th Y6 girls), Lucy (20th Y6 girls) and Ajay (19th Y5 boys). We are extremely proud of you all and of the fantastic sporting attitudes which you all displayed.
Our school netball squad has been very busy over the last couple of weeks. Our A-team competed in the Middlesbrough Primary Schools’ Championship which took place at Middlesbrough College last week. They competed against a number of other primary schools from across Middlesbrough and I am delighted to tell you that they WON the whole event! The team will now go on to represent Middlesbrough at the Tees Valley Finals when we return to school after Easter.
Our B-team have also been busy playing a number of matches, this time in the Trinity Partnership Competition. As with the A-team, the B-team played extremely well and were narrowly beaten in the final of this competition, securing themselves a very well-deserved silver medal. Both teams have shown excellent sporting attitudes as well as great skills in their matches and we are all very proud of their efforts and achievements. Well done to all our netballing superstars: Lucy, Kayleigh, Hope, Gio, Joe, Blake, Elliot, Abigail, Lucy-Kate, Leonie, Lucas, Kane and Leo and good luck A-team in your next competition.
Huge congratulations to our Key Stage 2 Girls’ Basketball team who came second in the Middlesbrough Primary Schools competition last month. They played extremely well, even winning a penalty shoot-out to secure their place in the final, which they were narrowly defeated in.
Our second trophy of the month came from our Year 2 Sportshall Athletics team who were runners up at the Trinity Sportshall Athletics competition which also took place last month. They showed great skill and determination in a range of athletics events and were excellent representatives for St. Clare’s.
Our Key Stage 2 cross country team had more success last week. In the Year 6 races, Kayleigh and Lucy came 2nd and 3rd respectively and along with Leo have qualified to represent Middlesbrough at the Tees Valley finals. In Year 5, Ajay was the overall boys’ champion, whilst in the girls’ race, Grace finished 3rd and Alex and Erin also fin-ished in the top 10 meaning that they too will also represent Middlesbrough. Our Year 5 girls were placed second overall out of all of the 30 schools which competed and our Y3/4 runners also performed very well in their races. Well done to all those who took part and good luck to our runners in their next races.
Children from Years 1 -6 thoroughly enjoyed a judo taster session which was delivered in school by Destination Judo. The children were all given a leaflet about Judo clubs being run by Destination Judo in the local area and I know that many children have gone on to attend these clubs to further develop their skills.
A group of children from Y5/6 recently competed in the Middlesbrough Schools’ Swimming Gala held at the Neptune Centre. Several swimmers, including Ruby Wanless, Lucy McGouran and Daisy Muirhead, came in the top three of their races and when all of the results were collated and times checked, Daisy was announced as the overall winner for the Y6 Girls’ Breaststroke competition. Well done to each and every one of you and a special good luck to Daisy, who now goes forward to represent Middlesbrough at the Tees Valley Games in April.
Cross Country success
Well done to all of the children from KS2 who took part in a Cross Country Competition held at Trinity Catholic College. We had several children who came in the top ten of their individual races and our Year 5 girls’ team came first overall. Congratulations to each and every one of you!
Congratulations to our Y3/4 athletes who came first in the Trinity Schools Sports Partnership Sportshall Athletics competition
on Monday 23rd November. The children all participated in a mixture of track and field events, with their superb individual
performances leading to the team being crowned overall winners and bringing a wonderful trophy back to school. Well done to
Our Y5/6 athletes also performed brilliantly in the Middlesbrough Schools’ Sports Partnership Sportshall Athletics competition
on Wednesday 25th November. They competed against schools from across Middlesbrough, performing to a very high standard
across all the events, leading to them being placed a fantastic 4th overall. Well done—we are extremely proud of you all!
Cricket Well done to cricketers who played in tournaments during the summer term. We have just received a ‘fair play’ award. This means that not only did we receive a trophy for our attitude and sportsmanship, it also means new cricket equip-ment, brilliant, well done!
Tag Rugby Congratulations to all of the children who participated in a number of tag rugby competitions last month. Our Y3/4 team came 4th, our Y5/6 team came 3rd and our Y6 girls team came 5th. We are very proud of you all.
Wheelchair Basketball Congratulations to our Y6 team who came 2nd in the festival before the holidays. They will now com-pete in a finals in the summer term.
We have achieved the Gold Mark!!
Congratulations your school has achieved Gold Mark!
Thank you to Mrs Gibson from Trinity College for coming to school to train our new playground leaders. We look forward to them leading lots of fun and games at lunchtimes this year.
New football and sports kits
Thank you to Mr and Mrs Freeman of Cleveland Conservatories who have sponsored our new football kits. We also have newly purchased sports tops and hoodies to be worn by all children who represent our school at sporting events this year – we are looking forward to the first time we can wear them.
Congratulations to all of our Sports award winners this year. The awards are all based on the Olympic Values with teachers selecting children who have displayed these values throughout the year. Well done to you all.
What a fantastic Sports Week we have had! So many different sports taking place, new skills being acquired and competitions taking place every day. Highlights of the week included roller skating (thanks to the Trinity College students), soft play, climbing tower, tri-golf (thanks to St. Joseph’s) and bell-boating at the River Tees Barrage. We even had our own St. Clare’s Healthy Bake-Off!! It was lovely to see so many parents join us throughout the week and hope that you all enjoyed the week as much as the staff and children. Here’s to more fun and game next year!
What a busy time of year this is! We have had so many competitions and events taking place with children throughout school successfully representing St. Clare’s and enjoying participating in a wide range of activities.
Football – well done to our Y1/2, Y3/4 and Y5/6 football teams who all played very well in their respective competitions. It was great to see some of our younger footballers have a chance to share their talents whilst representing school – it looks like our football teams will continue to be very successful over the coming years.
Athletics – 30 children from Y5/6 took part in the Middlesbrough Schools Athletics Competition at the newly opened Middlesbrough Sports Village. There were many fantastic performances and medals won, including Blake T from Y5 who jumped an amaxing 3.99 metres in the standing long jump! Blake, Kayleigh W, Issey-Lou A, Reece M and Emanuel A all now go forward to represent Middlesbrough at the Tees Valley Competition.
Cricket – Well done to our Y5 and Y6 cricket teams who have played very well at their recent competitions – thank you to Mrs Guy for accompanying the children to these events.
Athletics – Y4 Quad Kids – again excellent performances from some of our Y4 children during the Quad kids event.
Athletics – well done to Blake, Kayleigh , Issey-Lou, Reece and Emanuel who represented Middlesbrough at the Tees Vallley Athletics Finals. Blake won gold in his event – we are so proud of you all.
Tennis— Congratulations to our Year 3 tennis team who were runners up in their tournament at Trinity Catholic College this month.
Football—Well done to all of the children from Years 5 and 6 who took part in the Catholic Cup football tournament. We won lots of matches and our boys team made it all the way to the quarter finals. Thank you to all of the parents who made the long journey to Hull and back to support our teams—we really appreciated it!
Orienteering—Well done to Year 5 who all participated in an orienteering festival at Albert Park. One of our teams came 5th out of all of the schools in Middlesbrough! We certainly won’t get lost with Year 5 in charge of reading the maps!!
Even more netball success!! Another of our school netball teams, consisting of Lucy, Finbarr, Blake, Gio, Anna, Nicole and Nieve, played in their final tournament of the year on Wednesday 15th April and won all bar one of their matches! They came back to school with a set of very shiny, silver medals, being pipped to the gold by a goal difference of 2! We are so proud of all of our netballers and look forward to even more success next year. Well done everyone.
Thank you to Mrs Gibson from Trinity Catholic College for working with our Year 3 children to develop their skills in playing tennis. They are really enjoying their lessons and later this term, will take part in a tennis fun day at Tennis World and a tennis competition at Trinity. Keep up the hard work everyone!
Wow! What a great first day back after the Easter holidays as every class in school had the chance to work with HoopStarz on a variety of hula-hooping skills. We all had great fun, with children from Nursery through to Year 6 all getting the chance to improve their skills and learn lots of new tricks. Hoops will be out on the playground at lunchtimes this term so keep practising everyone!
Congratulations to Leo McCarthy and Kayleigh Weir who both came 19th in their races whilst representing Middlesbrough at the Tees Valley Cross Country Finals. We are really proud of you both.
Middlesbrough School Sports’ Partnership Netball Championship – 8 of of our year 5 players: Kayleigh, Giovanna, Hope, Lucy, Lucy-Kate, Finbarr, Blake and Leo have come 3rd out of all of the primary schools in Middlesbrough during their latest tournament. They played fairly and enthusiastically, despite the cold weather, beating several schools to claim third place. Mrs Guy, who accompanied the team, said they were ‘a delight to take out of school and a real credit to our school community.’ A huge well done to you all and a big thank you to Mrs Guy.
Trinity Partnership Netball Competition – well done to our Year 5/6 netballers – Jessica, Kayleigh, Lucy M, Lucy-Kate, Hope, Finbarr, Blake and Leo. They came 3rd overall in this competition and played some excellent games.
Penalty of Dreams Competition, Saturday 14th March – 16 of our year 5/6 children took part in this event, held on the pitch of the Riverside Stadium following Boro’s win against Ipswich Town. One of our teams, Sonny G, Isaac F, Jacob F, Saffron H, Giovanna R, Dominic B, Kane F and Luke S came 3rd in their group, scoring and saving some great penalties. Our other team, Daniel S, Blake T, Lucy-Kate D, Joe G, Elliot D, Luis M, Leo M and Emanuel A were group winners (winning each of their games) and were narrowly beaten 6-5 in the final. Well done everyone – we are really proud of your success.
Congratulations to Joe Jackson, Year 6, who came 5th in the British Schools’ Judo Competition in Sheffield last weekend.
Good luck to the children in one of our school netball teams who will be taking part in a High 5 netball tournament at Trinity on Wednesday 18th March. They have been training really hard and hope to win lots of games! We hope you win too!!
Congratulations and good luck to one of our Year 6 pupils, Joe Jackson who will be competing in the British Schools’ Judo Competition in Sheffield on Saturday 7th March. Read more about his achievements to date here: Joe Jackson British Schools’ Competition
Middlesbrough Schools’ Cross Country Competition: On Friday 6th March, 25 children from KS2 took part in the Middlesbrough Schools’ Cross Country Competition at UCA. They competed in races with up to 150 children in each race and they all performed very well. Congratulations to: Y3/4 girls: Hannah M, Ruby J, Alex A, Erin H, Martha C; Y3/4 boys: William R, Cillian L, Joseph P, Ajay M, Milan K-B; Year 5 girls: Kayleigh W, Lucy M, Hope R, Nicole H, Giovanna R; Year 5 boys: Leo M, Joe G, Elliot D, Luis M, Blake T, Lucas M; Y6 girls: Olivia M; Saffron H, Lucy O, Anya S.
3 of our children will now go on to represent Middlesbrough at the Tees Valley Cross Country Competition to be held later this month. They are Ajay Matthews (5th Y4 boys), Kayleigh Weir (7th Y5 girls) and Leo McCarthy (5th Y5 boys). Congratulations and good luck to you all.
Children in both Years 5 and 6 had an amazing week at Carlton Outdoor Education Centre as we returned to school after the half term holidays. They took part in a wide range of activities including weasling, archery, high challenge, forest adventures, climbing, gully walking and climbing many, extremely muddy hills! It was an experience that the children will never forget. A huge thank you to all of the staff who accompanied the children on this visit, including one of our school governors, Mr Bacon and also to Mr Guy who also joined us for some of the activities. Please see the Y5/6 class pages for photographs of our visit.
Middlesbrough Schools’ Y5/6 Swimming Gala: Thank you for representing St Clare’s and well done to Luis M, Emmanuel A, Kayleigh W, Abigail P, Patrick M, Jessica S, Niamh W, Lucas M, Leo M, Anna D, Kirsten H, Lucy O, Saffron H, Dominic B, Ethan M, Daisy M, Lucy Mc, Joe J, Matthew Mc.
A special congratulations to: Niamh Wanless – 1st Y6 girls breaststroke and 2nd Y6 girls freestyle; Saffron Honeyman – 1st Y6 girls backstroke; Dominic Brown – 1st Y5 boys backstroke, Ethan Mugrew – 2nd Y5 boys backstroke; Lucy McGouran – 1st Y5 girls backstroke; Daisy Muirhead -2nd Y5 girls backstroke; Matthew McGarrell – 1st Y6 boys breaststroke and Joe Jackson – 2nd Y6 boys breaststroke.
Although we didn’t win our games, a big well done to all who played in the Y3/4 MFC football tournament. Y4- Ajay M, Finlee M, Reece D, Matthew S. Y3- Alfie G, Brandon M, Charlie W, Charlie Mc, Rose Mc. Excellent sportsmanship!
Thanks to all at Trinity Catholic College for sharing fantastic resources and excellent PE teachers when our Year 2 children came to develop their athletic skills this week. We are lucky to have such a supportive secondary school.
On a freezing, cold day, children from Years 3-6 performed brilliantly at the Trinity Cross Country Event. Notable performances were from Ajay Matthews 2nd in Y3/4 boys event, Leo McCarthy 8th Y5 boys, Kayleigh Weir 4th Y5 girls and Reece McMann 8th Y6 boys. Well done to all who participated.
Congratulations to our Year 2 children who have recently completed their first 2 week school swimming block. Mrs Traylen and Mrs Rehbohm have been very impressed with their skills and progress and many of the children have now received their 25m swimming certificates. Well done Year 2!
A big thank you to Mr Marron who was successful in winning a grant for £250 for PE resources in school from Middlesbrough Football in the Community Foundation.. Natalie White from the Foundation, came to school to present us with a cheque for the amount, thank you Natalie.
The grant will be used to buy a new electric ball pump, mats and hockey equipment.
We had 18 children from Years 4-6s competing in a Gymnastics Competition on Wednesday 12th. It was great fun and they really enjoyed meeting children from other schools.
Well done Y3 Swimmers, never have we had so many children swim so far so young! You have another 2 week block to look forward to in December.
Congratulations to our Year 6 Boys’ Football Team who were runners up in the Middlesbrough Primary Schools’ Football Competition. They played with great commitment and skill and were a credit to our school. Thank you to Mr Marron for managing the team and to the parents who were able to go and support the boys. This was the first of many competitions which we will be participating in this year – fingers crossed that we will be the overall winners next time!
We are delighted to have been reawarded the School Games Silver Mark Award for the second year running.
Dear St Clare’s RC Primary School,
Congratulations your school has achieved Silver Mark!
This year, we will be looking to extend our links to local sports clubs in order to help us work towards achieving the Gold Award.
Welcome back to Lee Fawcett and his team who will be teaching our Year 6 children how to play wheelchair basketball over the coming weeks. We will be entering a wheelchair basketball festival, taking place at Trinity Catholic College in October, allowing the children to demonstrate and use their newly acquired skills.
Welcome back to Mrs Harding who will continue to work with staff and children throughout school this year. We also look forward to continuing to work with Maz from MFC and welcome Liam, also from MFC who will be working with our Year 5 children this year.
14 boys from Y3/4 took part in a football tournament at MFC Eston on July 1st. All boys played very well, with the A team winning their group. We are really proud of their efforts and fantastic sporting attitudes – they showed such good sportsmanship that they were awarded the ‘Fair Play’ award, winning a bag of footballs for our school! Well done boys and thank you for the new balls!!
A group of Y4 children took part in a Quad athletics competition held at UCA this month. All children competed in different athletic events, with Sonny Godfrey coming first – well done Sonny!
Congratulations to Rachel Jackson, Y6 and Reece McMann for representing Middlesbrough at the Tees Valley School Games. We are very proud of you both. Rachel was also chosen to read the competitors’ oath at the start of the event.
20 of our Y4 children once again made excellent use of their orienteering skills at a Trinity Partnership Competition this month. Congratulations to Joe Galvin and Leo McCarthy who came second in the whole competition.
Children in Years 1 and 2 enjoyed a day playing football against other local schools at MFC Eston. They scored several goals and won a number of matches. A special mention goes to Jay Johnson, Y2 for his fantastic sporting attitude and Rose McCarthy, also Y2, who was the only girl playing in all of the teams in her group!
Excellent play and sportsmanship was demonstrated by our Y6 cricket team at the Middlesbrough Plate competition. The team came third overall and we are very proud of their efforts and achievements.
Well done to the children in Y5/6 who took part in an athletics competition at Clairville Stadium this month. Special congratulations to Rachel Jackson, Y6 and Reece McMann Y5 who both won their events and go on to represent Middlesbrough at the Tees Valley Youth Games later in the month.
Unfortunately, the Year 4 cricket competition which was due to take place at Middlesbrough Cricket Club has had to be cancelled due to the heavy rain. We will inform you as soon as possible should the event be rearranged.
Well done to all of our Year 4 children who took part in an orienteering competition at Albert Park on Tuesday 20th May. Everyone completed the course and enjoyed the challenges of finding all of the marked points. The fastest children to complete the course were Leo McCarthy and Joe Galvin who finished in 11 minutes and 39 seconds! A great result boys, well done! Some of these children will now go on to represent St. Clare’s at a further orienteering event being held at Trinity in June.
Well done to the Year 3 children who enjoyed a morning playing mini-tennis at Trinity on Monday 19th July. They are really developing their skills in this sport. All of Year 3 are looking forward to another afternoon of tennis at Tennis World next half term.
Congratulations to all of the children who took part in the Catholic Cup which was held at Trinity Catholic College on May 17th. We entered 5 teams, 3 of which all finished either top or second in their qualifying groups. Our Boys A team were overall runners-up in the competition, losing 1-0 to English Martyr’s School, Hull in the final and our Girls A team defended their title from last year, beating St. Benedict’s (Redcar) 4-0 in their final! Thank you to all of the staff and parents who came along to support us and to all involved in organising the day.
Well done to some of our Year 6 children who played football matches against St. Bernadette’s Primary at the Riverside Stadium on 8th May. They played 4 matches, winning 2-0, 1-0, 1-0 and a 0-0 draw. Everyone showed excellent team spirit and played with great sporting attitudes. Thank you to Trinity Catholic College for arranging this event and giving us the opportunity to play on the Riverside pitch.
Congratulations to Niamh Wanless and Evie Tyerman who represented Middlesbrough at the Tees Valley School Sports Swimming Gala. Both girls swam really well in their individual races and as members of both the medly and freestyle relay teams, with Niamh’s team coming second in their freestyle relay race. We are very proud of you both for representing our school at this event girls – thank you and thank you also to your families for supporting you and all of the other competitiors at the event.
Our third netball team enjoyed a great afternoon of netball at Trinity Catholic College, developing their skills and playing against several teams from other primary schools within the Trinity Partnership. Well done everyone!
Well done to another of our netball teams who after a tough tournament against 15 other Middlesbrough schools came runners up to Green Lane in the Middlesbrough Primary School’s Netball Plate Competition.
24 of our Y5/6 children have taken part in the Trinity Catholic College, Penalty of Dreams Competition, which was held after the Boro V QPR match, at the Riverside Stadium. All of the children had the chance to take several penalties against teams from other Catholic schools and many wonderful goals were scored and saved! One of our teams made it all the way to the semi-finals, narrowly missing out on a place in the final by only 2 penalties. Well done to all those who took part and thank you to all of the parents who came along and supported us.
Well done to our netball team who have come third (on goal difference!) in a Trinity Partnership Netball Competition.
Congratulations to our Y5/6 children who took part in the Middlesbrough Primary School’s Swimming Gala. We had several children who finished 3rd in their races and Sophie, Niamh and Mia all came second in their events. Evie Tyerman, in Year 6, won her breaststroke race and now, along with Niamh Wanless, Year 5, goes on to represent Middlesbrough at the Tees Valley Swimming Gala in April. Good luck girls!
Golden Mile training for Y6 children at Beech Grove Primary with other Middlesbrough schools, we are all looking forward to increasing our fitness levels. http://schools.golden-mile.org/ follow the link to find out more about The Golden Mile!
Cheerleading club starting on Friday 17th January. 33 children interested so far!
Welcome Mr Marron and Mrs Donnelly who are out and about at lunchtime to help us increase our fitness levels and learn how to play games.
We started off the year by joining our Trinity Partnership schools at a Cross Country event. Hope you all had a great day! Well done Eve Jackson who came 1st.
Well done to Y6 children who came second in the Wheelchair Basketball Tournament at Outwood Academy on the 20th!http://www.leefawcett.co.uk/
Well done our Tag Rugby team who brought back silver medals from the tournament with the other Catholic primary schools on Friday 11th. Well done! Thanks for training with the team Miss Hutchinson.
Welcome Sam who is working with us and our collaboration with Middlesbrough Dance Consortium to bring an exciting dance class here to St Clare’s after school on Monday.
Thank you to Miss White for leading the school to achieve the School Sport Kitmark Award.
Dear St Clare’s RC Primary School,
Congratulations St Clare’s RC Primary School has achieved Silver Kitemark!
The Sainsbury’s School Games team
PE Specialist Teacher
Welcome Mrs Harding who is a qualified PE teacher, she will be working with us to make our PE lessons even better.
We are proud to be part of two very exciting school sports partnerships. We are involved with Trinity Partnership, whereby we are able to access competitions and events with the other Catholic schools in the town and we are also part of The Middlesbrough Teaching Alliance Partnership, which ensures we are fully involved with all Middlesbrough schools.
The Middlesbrough Football Club Foundation
The Middlesbrough Football Club Foundation uses passion for football to make a real difference to
the lives of local children, young people and families. Every year the clubs official charity works with over 20,000 people across a number of sports, health, education and youth projects.
July 10th 2013
Y2 Mini Olympics at Trinity
KS2 Football Tournament at Southlands Centre
May 23rd 2013
Y3 Tennis Stars brought back silver medals from the Trinity Partnership competition. Well done!
May 22nd 2013
Well done to the boys and girls in KS1 who enjoyed the Football Festival at the Southlands Centre. It was great to hear you talking about all the new friends you have made.
May 22nd 2013
A great day for our cricketers. We came fourth in the tournament with all the other Middlesbrough Catholic schools.
May 11th 2013
Catholic Cup Winners
Congratulations and well done to all our footballers who played in the Catholic Cup. Over 50 teams came together in Hull and our boys brought the silver trophy back and our girls were first! The trophy cabinet is filling up!