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Millfield Sports News

Summer Term 2022

Yearly House Results

All the children at Millfield have worked hard over the academic year 2021-2022 to earn tokens for their houses. The results are as follows:



Yearly Winners:

ORANGE HOUSE - 3,494 tokens


2nd place:

BLUE HOUSE - 3,293 tokens 


3rd place:

GREEN HOUSE - 3,293 tokens


4th place:

RED HOUSE - 3,260 tokens

Summer Term House Results

All the children at Millfield have been working hard to earn tokens for their house.



Summer Term Winners:

BLUE HOUSE - 482 tokens


2nd place:

RED HOUSE - 493 tokens


3rd place:

ORANGE HOUSE - 516 tokens


4th place:

GREEN HOUSE - 533 tokens

Summer Sports at Millfield


Throughout the Summer term at Millfield, the children have experienced different sports within their class and year group bubbles.


Across the school, classes have been participating in athletics lessons. They have been competing in races such as hurdles, relays and flat races, as well as competing in other fun field events in preparation for sports day. All children have had the opportunity of developing different skills.


Each year group had a designated ‘Sports Morning’ and competed in their house colours against each other. All the activities the children took part in were scored. The children had four different activities to take part in where they would try to score as many points for their house colours as possible. The four activities were:

  1. Passing a football through a hoop – One point scored each time a ball passed through the hoop.
  2. Beanbag throw – Each child threw three beanbags, the points were scored depending in which hoop the beanbag landed in.
  3. Egg and spoon – Each child earned a point every time they walked from one end of the track to the other and passed it to their teammate without the egg falling off the spoon.
  4. Relay changeover – Children ran the baton to one end of the track and passed it to the next person. Children earned a point for every successful changeover.


Each house worked for 8 minutes per activity before switching to the next activity. Once all four activities were completed children competed in their track events These consisted of three races.

  1. Flat sprint race
  2. Hurdle race
  3. Teamed relay


Well done to all the children who took part in their ‘Sporting Morning’. The children experienced working in a competitive team environment where they competed against other house colours. Everyone did their absolute best and we are very proud of them all!


The scores achieved on the day are as follows:

Other Summer Term Sporting News:

Year 3 children have had the experience of being taught cricket lessons with a cricket coach through the 'Sports Partnership'. They were able take part in different sessions, game scenarios and match play. The children really enjoyed the sessions.


Year 4 children took part in Inter School events. These included 'Rapid Fire' where children were split into teams and competed in a round robin competition. Children also took part in a pentathlon competition. The children had to complete five activities; these included shuttle runs, high jump, long jump, speed bounce and how far you can pass a ball using the chest pass technique. The scores for the children were recorded and these were submitted to the Sports Partnership. We are awaiting results.

Spring Term 2022 Sports at Millfield



Over the Spring Term our Early Years children have been working on different yoga stretches, balances and basic throwing and catching skills. Children have had the opportunity of fundamental team building activities which include parachute games, as well as developing throwing and catching skills.



Mr Rome’s PE lessons consisted of circuit training activities, looking to build on stamina, balance and agility. These exercises included squats, star jumps and sit ups. Children also developed their throwing and catching skills; whilst developing these skills the children played a variety of different games which also included team building activities. These activities supported children with gaining an understanding of how to become a good team player.



The children have been taking part in different exercises through circuit training. The aim for the KS2 children was to increase strength, stamina and coordination skills. Exercises have included press ups, sit ups, squat jumps and planks. The children enjoyed participating in team building dodgeball games, each lesson had a different focus with rules specific to each game. Year 3 children have also been working on learning all about Lacrosse. during the last three weeks of term, Mr Rome has given the children the opportunity to take part in a number of different orienteering activities. These skills include following clues to take them to each answer, or reading a map from a birds-eye view and finally completing different faces with equipment in the order given.

Autumn Term 2021 Sports at Millfield


During the Autumn Term 2021 at Millfield, the children have been really busy participating in a number of different sports within their PE lessons. The children worked with determination on a developing a variety of sporting skills. 


Early years have been learning lots of different spatial awareness games, fundamental throwing and catching skills, as well as a number of different balances and movements.


Key Stage 1 (KS1) children have been participating in football, tag rugby, hockey and netball lessons with Mr Rome. They have also enjoyed multi-skills lessons with their class teachers.


Key Stage 2 (KS2) children focused on football, tag rugby, hockey and basketball with Mr Rome. With their class teachers, children have been learning the rules of team games such as dodgeball and netball.