18 Dec Autumn Sporting Competitions
Ten children from YR3 took part in a Tri-golf festival at Queensbridge Leisure Centre. The children participated in a carousel of events that challenged their chipping and putting skills. All the children enjoyed the event and we have some budding Rory McIlroy/Sandra Gal golfers in the school.
After two cycling events Jubilee find themselves in 1st place, but we still have a whole season of racing ahead of us with plenty on twists and turns to come. This is a real team effort so keep up the good work. See link below for the latest report: – https://hackneyprimaryschoolscyclingleague.blogspot.com/2019/11/cross-racing-on-downs.html
The boys school football team recently took part in the early stages of the Hackney schools Five-a-side league. After a slow start and losing their first game the boys went on to win two and draw one of their four games. Well done boys!
KS1 Multi-skills festival
Ten Children from Yr2 took part in a multi-skills festival at Kings Hall Leisure Centre. They took part in a carousel of events based around balance and agility. All the children who took part had a great time competing against and meeting children from other schools.
The school orienteering team took part in the Autumn Orienteering league. With one event rained off that meant it was going to be a very close competition. In the end Jubilee came third with 53 points separating 1st and 3rd place. However, in the overall individual league (best 3 results), the boys competition was won by Brandon, Tibor of Jubilee and the girls competition by Lucy.
London School Games
The London School Games cross-country took place at Hampstead Heath Park on Saturday 16th November, with four girls from Jubilee represented Hackney. A big well done to Charlie G, Poppy, Grace and Agynes. It was a great experience for them and one I am sure they will never forget.
We recently held at biker breakfast a Jubilee school with over fifty bikes being left for the mechanics to look over. They worked solidly for two hours and nearly got through the lot, but unfortunately time was against them. We will be hosting another bikers breakfast in the Spring term and a big thank you to Angus’ dad, Dave and Malaki’s mum, Quanna who volunteered to help set-up the event.