We're taking part in the world's greatest race! The children from Ripple will be taking part in the mini London marathon between the 28th September and the 9th October. Children will be encouraged to run 2.6 miles with years 1-4 doing this in three stages of their daily mile while years 5 & 6 will be running this in one afternoon. To add a bit of competition the years 5 & 6 will be against the clock and the fastest boy and girl from those year groups will win a fabulous prize. The event has always been a great fundraising opportunity and we are going to be asking for donations towards interactive playground markings to help the children stay occupied during break and lunch times. Look out for more information on how to donate soon.
Premier League Primary Stars resources
Street Tag update. Look out for this 50 point tag at the school office and in the key stage 1 playground on our Westbury site.
The Ripple team took on other schools from the borough at the Capital Kids Cricket competition. We played great cricket with some amazing catches in the field and our batters managing to score a good few fours and sixes, all our games were really close but we did not make it through to the final. The children came away happy with their efforts and hope to get the chance to represent the school again in the summer competitions.
The Ripple Cricket Team
The Ripple team attend the sports hall athletics. We came seventh out of eleven schools but are still waiting for the overall result once the scores have been merged with the other two heats.
Ripple Girls finally get a well earned victory with a 3-0 win over Thames View.
In what was a really exciting cup game Ripple started brightly pressurising Thames View high up the pitch and the effort payed off with Allison scoring a great goal after winning the ball from the defender and shooting high into the net, Ripple scored again before the break when the ball fell to Tucker on the edge of the area and she slotted home calmly to make in two. Thames View worked hard in the second half but Ripple were too strong with Dickson and Lawrence limiting their attacks. The high pressure again worked for Ripple with Oriowo stealing the ball in midfield and breaking free to leave herself one on one with the keeper, she kept a cool head and fired the ball into the bottom corner. Team: Onafadeji, Lawrence, Allison, Dickson, Tucker(C), Butler, Oriowo.
Well done Girls and good luck in the next round.
Year six boys took part in the Evans Moore Cup, this took place on a Saturday at Robert Clack Lesiure Centre. Ripple made it to the quater final.
Year five trip to the O2 for the ATP Tennis finals.
Ripple start brightly, but then pay the price.
Ripple faced a tough William Bellamy team but with some solid defending and our goalkeeper Angelo being in sensational form Ripple won the game by three goals to one. Ripple went one up in the first half but then conceded early in the second half but, a bright display from striker Luiz meant that he bagged himself a hat trick with two late goals to ensure victory.
Team: Angelo, Charlie, Bobby, Keye, Kleo, Muzni, Luiz, Obaid, Dera, Aqeel, Amir, Kasper.
Ripple then played against Goresbrook and unfortunately the energy that we had shown in the first game wasn't there in this one and the opponents took full advantage, a good passing move ended with a ball being squared into the box for Goresbrook's striker to tap home the only goal of the game. Ripple improved in the second half and had a couple of chances but could not get a goal back.
Team: Angelo, Charlie, Aqeel, Amir, David, Keye, Luiz, Ahmed, Obaid, Dera, Bobby, Kleo.
Match report by: Harry