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Y5 Kwik Cricket Competition

posted 12 Jun 2018, 00:52 by J Tee

Another fantastic afternoon of sport in the Y5 Kwik Cricket competition taking place at Stocksbridge Cricket Club. 34 children, many who have not yet taken part in a competition this year played against teams from Deepcar and St Annes. We had 4 teams all enjoying being part of this well run cricket competition and for some, a chance to learn a new game. In the boys and girls league, we finished runners up, and for the mixed and superstar teams we finished a respectable 3rd place. Players of the tournament were Ellie M and for the boys, Charlie R who both play cricket at a competitive level and were real role models for other. A great effort by everyone! Well done.  

KS2 Swimming Gala 2018

posted 25 May 2018, 02:46 by J Tee   [ updated 25 May 2018, 03:56 ]

Last night at Ponds Forge, our swimming team were in action competing again in the 'A' league, which means we are up against some of the strongest schools in Sheffield. Mrs Proost and Mrs Corns have done an amazing job putting together the team and providing extra race and technique training down at the Leisure Centre. In addition, we are very grateful for 'Friends of SJS' for providing t-shirts and race caps for the team which looked really smart. 

The ten races consisted of Freestyle and Medley relays which is a real team effort from both lower and upper school, with some first time swimmers taking part. The races are very testing of the children endurance but every team member gave 100% for their school and gave it a real good go. We ended up placing 6th overall out of 9 schools and will maintain our place in the top league for 2019. Well done team Stocksbridge!

Y5/6 Outdoor Athletics Heat 1

posted 23 May 2018, 09:32 by J Tee

Heat 1 of the athletics competition had some of the stronger sporting schools taking part, which made for a really exciting and competitive event. The standard was high, so qualifying through to the City finals was really going to challenge our young athletes. Each competitor took part in two events from either a run, jump or throw and had to finish in the top 4 to qualify. Stocksbridge Junior School as always demonstrated a real determination to do their very best and everyone taking part did themselves proud. We are pleased to announce that Mason and Max qualified for the 80m sprint; Lillie and Martha in the throw; Alfie in the long distance; Tyler in the jump and Arley in the race walk. Congratulation to them and well done everyone for all your efforts...

Y5 Hotshots Basketball Competition

posted 2 May 2018, 08:14 by J Tee

Stocksbridge Junior School's Y5 basketball team attended a very exciting and well organised competition at the High School. 3 teams from the local cluster of schools and 3 from the Bradfield area raised the standards and made it a very enjoyable event. Team Stocksbridge showed high levels of determination throughout the 5 games and created lots of shooting opportunities with Lillie (6), Leon (8), Jayden (1) and Arley (1) all scoring fantastic baskets. Well done Stocksbridge!

A big thank you to all parents and family who supported our children at the competition. 

Also, well done to Nikki from Links Sports Partnership and her team of Y10 leaders for running a great evening of sport. 

Judo at SJS

posted 29 Mar 2018, 05:06 by J Tee

For Sports Relief, our Y4 children had the opportunity to take part in some Judo from Destination Judo in High Green. Judo is a dynamic sport that demands both physical prowess and great mental discipline. It involves techniques that allow you to lift and throw your opponents onto their backs. On the ground, it includes techniques that allow you to pin your opponent down to the ground and control them.  Well done to everyone who took part and had some sporty fun...

Y5 Boys Football League Competition

posted 28 Mar 2018, 10:13 by J Tee   [ updated 9 May 2018, 09:10 ]

This week, our Year 5 boys football team had a competition with Marlcliffe, Sacred heart, Malin Bridge and Nook Lane all attending. All the children were excited to be representing their school and to demonstrate team work and togetherness, which we had spoken about in detail leading up to the event. We gave it a real good go but we know we have work to do before the next school football competition.  Man of the match for the Blue team were Harry for his positive attitude and hard work and for the White team, Dainton for his leadership and teamwork. Well done everyone!

Sports Relief Week - 2018

posted 28 Mar 2018, 10:02 by J Tee

For Sport Relief Week, we have been busy at SJS being active and raising money towards helping so many people live happier, healthy and safer lives. Thank you to Miss Oxford and the School Council for their planning and support and well done to everyone for taking part in the ‘Sponge Mr Gardiner’ and archery together with the football competition and sporty dress up. In addition, the Y4 classes also had the opportunity to have a go a judo so thank you for Destination Judo from High Green for giving up their time for us.

South Yorkshire Game 2018 - Gymnastics Team

posted 20 Mar 2018, 09:49 by J Tee

After the fantastic achievement of qualifying as Sheffield City Champions, Stocksbridge Y3/4 gymnastics team went to the English Institute of Sport today to compete against the best school teams from Barnsley, Doncaster, Sheffield and Rotherham. After a really good opening ceremony, we had to compete in a set floor routine and vault which requires strength, flexibility and control. Just to get to this level of competition has been amazing but to get a silver medal, and to finish overall 2nd place is testament to all their hard work. Well done to Alice, Rose, Olivia, Evie and Daisy and bring on next year! Go team Stocksbridge!!

Gymnastics Competition

posted 26 Feb 2018, 09:05 by J Tee   [ updated 26 Feb 2018, 09:13 ]

The KS2 Gymnastics competition went ahead this morning at Notre Dame where competitors took part in a set floor routine and vault. This event was the City Finals with the top team going on to represent Sheffield at the South Yorkshire Games in March. A big thank you to all parents who came in to help with getting our gymnasts ready including the thankless task of putting their hair into a French Plait. The competition had record numbers of teams entering this year and the standard was extremely good but team Stocksbridge as always really tried their best. Well done to everyone who took part. The future looks really good for Stocksbridge gymnastics, keep working hard!

We are very pleased to announce that our Y3/4 Foundation team of Olivia, Daisy, Evie, Rose, Alice and Lily won their competition and are now Sheffield Champions!

Y3/4 Foundation 

1st - Stocksbridge Juniors 149.6

2nd - Oughtibridge & Wybourn A 146.5

3rd - Nether Edge 143.4

4th - Phillimore 141.4

5th - St Wilfrid's A 140.8

6th - St Patrick's 139.5

7th - Pipworth A 139

8th - Wybourn B 107.3

9th - Pipworth B 101.1

Y5/6 Foundation 

1st - Loxley 154.2

2nd - Oughtibridge B 152.9

3rd - Stocksbridge 152.1

4th - St Marie's 151.5

5th - Oughtibridge A 151.4

6th - Phillimore A 151.3

7th - Wybourn 150.6

8th - Nether Edge A 148.1

9th - Phillimore B 146.9

10th - Phillimore C 146

11th - Nether Edge B 142.9

Y5/6 Advanced 

1st - Loxley 155.2

2nd - Oughtibridge 153.9

3rd - Stocksbridge Juniors 152.9

4th - St Marie's 152.8

5th - St Patricks A 149

6th - Nook Lane 147.5

7th - St Patricks B 146.7

Y3/4 Sportshall Athletics Competition

posted 14 Feb 2018, 08:10 by J Tee

This week, our year 4 athletics team were in action in a ‘Super Heroes themed’ competition organised by a cohort of Sheffield Hallam University students. The competition took place at Ponds Forge with seven other school being involved from across the city.  Team Stocksbridge had trained well the week before, working on their field events and the relay changeover. This really made the difference with Max and Jenny both winning their respective field events and Stocksbridge looking very professional with some fantastic moving changeovers.

We are really proud to announce that team Stocksbridge were the overall winning school taking home a nice medal and a winner’s certificate. But most importantly, our children behaved impeccably really supporting each other and being fantastic role models. Mr Tee and the PE team were very proud of every member of the squad. A big thank you to all parents and families who came see us compete. We definitely heard your cheers, I hope your voices return soon! Go team Stocksbridge!

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