It's a busy term for Notre Dame's PE department. Fixtures and results will be published here. As always, we wish the best of luck to everybody who is taking part.
Fixtures for the week commencing 17th December
Thursday 20th December: Y10/11 Girls' Football Tournament
City cross country results:
Notre Dame came 3rd overall
Olivia: 4th overall
Rebecca (Y8) Won!!
The Y9's only did 2 or 3 races each so overall = Annie 6th, Polly 5th, Isabel 9th, Katie 7th
Fixtures for the week commencing 10th December
Tuesday 11th December: Basketball (opposition TBC)
Thursday 13th December: Y7 Girls' Football Tournament
Under 14 Girls' Badminton vs Tapton and King Ecgbert
Fixtures for the week commencing 3rd December
Tuesday 4th December: Y7 Football vs King Edwards
Thursday 6th December: Under 16 Girls' Badminton
Fixtures for the week commencing 26th November
Wednesday 28th November: Primary Hot Shots Basketball - LINKS
Congratulations to Bethany (Y11) who was crowned Yorkshire Schools Trampoline Champion (intermediate Y10-14) in Hull on Saturday. She gave a fabulous performance. She is now through to the next round in Northern Ireland in January. Elise (Y13) came 12th.
Clare (Y9) came 4th in the Elite competition and is 1st reserve.
Cross Country Success
This is the Notre Dame team that won the National Cross Country Cup Final when they were a Y7/8 team. Now they are a Y9/10 team and they have convincingly made it through to the Cup Final again. They are, from the left, Polly, Katie, Annie, Isabel, Maggie. They are all capable of a sub 20 minute parkrun. Congratulations!
English Schools Cross Country Cup Final, November 24th
The girls finished 5th out of 27 on Saturday 24th November in Ipswich. Our Y9/10 team consisted of:
Annie - Y9 (1st)
Isabel - Y9 (22nd)
Polly - Y9 (24th)
Katie - Y9 (68th)
Maggie - Y10 (121st)
This was a great result considering the standard is so high. They have high hopes for next year when they are Y10 and Rebecca (Y8 currently) joins them in the team. The top four scores count. Rebecca won the Sheffield Y8/9 girls race in their absence.
What made it so special in Ipswich was that Annie won the race out of 149 runners. She was in a pack of three coming up to the final kilometre and then broke away from the others. She finished 10 seconds clear of second place. Well done Annie!!!
Winners of the British Schools Orienteering Championships Trophy: