for our Key Stage One Multi Skills Team
Congratulations Boys and Girls on a well earned Silver.
Warstones are incredibly proud of you all.
Warstones v St Martins
On Wednesday 11th January, Warstones went head to head with St Martins in a heart stopping game of netball.
Playing for Warstones were:
Warstones immediately took control with Zoe Mann scoring the first three nets and Taaha Khalilou scoring the next two. The opposition was in disarray early on and unable to take control of the ball. Thus, at the end of the first quarter Zoe Mann had scored four nets and Taaha Khalilou had scored two with valuable feeds from Megan.
After the first two quarters of the match, St Martins still had not scored, but by this time Dylan Bayliss had scored three and Megan Humphreys had scored two.
By the end of the second quarter, Dylan Bayliss had scored four nets and Megan Humphreys had scored five.
When the third quarter began, Molly Dillon and Lewis Skeldon started as shooters; by the end of that quarter, Lewis had scored one goal and although she didn’t shoot, Molly Dillon passed incredibly well.
In the last quarter Taaha scored another net to put us one more goal ahead. Throughout the game, Anya Midda passed like there was no tomorrow and her catches were just as good.
Sadly, as soon as it started, the netball match ended and Warstones had an incredible victory of seventeen-nil!
Mrs Humphrey, Mrs Smith, Jodie (Megan’s mum) and Mrs Bayliss were very proud of us.
Thank you TEACHERS!
Reported by Zoe Mann 6AC
Click here to read Anya Midda's report about the team's win on Wednesday 30th November against Parkfields!
A Brilliant Victory for Warstones
On Wednesday 23rd November two schools battled it out at Wilkinson School in the Wolverhampton Netball League. Unfortunately this did not end very well for Wilkinson. They lost 18-1 to Warstones who were tough to beat.
In the first quarter Warstones scored a few goals.
In the second quarter Dylan and Molly replaced Anya and Lewis; Warstones scored a few more goals but Wilkinson were yet to score.
This was until the third quarter when Wilkinson scored one goal and Warstones scored a few more goals.
We have a quote from their manager, Mrs Humphrey. “The children did well and calmed their celebrations down as the score got bigger.”
Warstones played very well thanks to these people: Lewis Skeldon, Dylan Bayliss, Taaha Khalilou, Molly Dillon, Megan Humphreys, Anya Midda and Zoe Mann.
A newspaper report written in Literacy about our match by Lewis Skeldon and Dylan Bayliss
Warstones the Fabulous!
On Wednesday 16th November Warstones played a netball match against The Royal School. Mrs Humphrey, the year 6 teacher took two teams there: one of the teams won and the other team drew.
The team that won were 4-2 down at the start but Warstones made a good comeback. Especially when Megan Humphreys was goal attack. She scored 6 goals which was really good.
The second team faced a hard team from the Royal but still managed to draw against them. Taaha Khalilou was pressing so well that Warstones got the ball back nearly every time. Taaha and James scored for Warstones.
Overall Warstones had a good time.
A newspaper report written in Literacy about our match by James Morgan
The football squad has been busy this year! Read all about the games in these match reports written by the players!
On Wednesday 18th May Mrs Wilcox and Mr Wall took eight year 2 children to the Wolves Training Ground to compete in the School Games Football Festival.
There were 6 teams competing in the tournament and the matches were played indoors on the amazing new AstroTurf pitch.
The Warstones team were:-
Herbie, Harvey, Yaasir, Krissh, Luke, Jacob, Darron and Mhillon.
Our first game was against Field View which we lost 3-2 with Herbie scoring both of our goals. However, I have to say there was some very questionable refereeing in this game and we were denied a penalty for what was a very blatant hand ball!
Our second match was against Springvale and the Warstones team now fully warmed up had no problems in winning this match. Warstones were 2-0 up within the first 5 minutes and went on to win the game 4-0 with a hatrick from Herbie and a goal from Jacob.
The third match was against St Martins and with Warstones riding high on their previous 4-0 victory, they had no problems in despatching a very poor St Martins team.
I cannot remember a more one sided game of football, in fact, I don't think St Martins actually got out of their own half. Warstones won 7-0 with three goals from Herbie, three from Yaasir and Jacob also helped himself to another goal.
By now the teams confidence was sky high, but our next opponents were the much fancied and professionally coached Bentley West.
It was clear from the get-go that this was going to be a tough game. Warstones were under pressure for most of the match, but for some brilliant sliding tackles from Yaasir and some great saves from Harvey this could have been an embarrassing score line. Warstones eventually lost the game 2-0 but there was no shame in that as this team were very good.
The last match was against King Charles (not the person, the school) and the Warstones lads were determined to wipe the previous game from their memories and win the last fixture.
Warstones scored very quickly and took the lead with Herbie bagging his ninth goal of the tournament!
Shortly after that Jacob popped up in the box to score his third and Warstones second.
Right at the very end of the game King Charles scored what can only be described as a consolation goal against the 'run of play' as Warstones had once again been the better team.
At the end of all the matches the teams shook hands and then sat down on the pitch for the presentation.
As we had guessed Bentley West won the tournament with Field View coming second. Warstones came a very credible third and were cheered on by myself, Mrs Wilcox and a large following of parents and grandparents.
Overall it was a very enjoyable morning for both children and staff, and we all came away hoping we could go back again next year.
A big thank you to all the year 2 lads who took part and represented the school so well and a big thank you should also go to all of the mums, dads and grandparents who were stood on the gantry cheering our team on. It was very noticeable that we had by far the most support there.
Tournament report by Mr Wall