Thanks to Ms Lyon's hard work, we are regularly competing in a range of sporting events. We will post a range of pictures and children's write ups of the events on this page.
Evie, Molly, Louisa, Eleanor, Catarina, Chloe, Tia, Oceanne, Lucy and Flo took part in a gymnastics competition at St Bede's College. We didn’t have much practice but still managed to come 2nd and 3rd place! It was really nerve wrecking but we supported each other and had lots of fun! The competition was high and we were lucky to be in the top 3! We want to take part next year too and hope to come 1st!
Written by Louisa, Eleanor and Molly
Year 5/6 Tag Rugby 30.3.17
Well done to all involved- a great time was had by all and additionally, we are now experts at balancing water bottles on our head!
On Thursday 30th March, Tilly, Annabel, Flo, Ramzey, Toby, Will, Shabaz, Milo, Alfie, Anas and Nathan took part in the Tag Rugby tournament at Avonmouth Rugby Club. It was fun and excitable! We had two training ses-sions, one the week before and one the day before. We won two matches and lost three but some of the other players had been playing every weekend since September, so I think we did well! By Tilly & Alfie
Year 6 Football 28.3.17
On Tuesday 28th March 2017, Jacob, Felix, Felix, Henry, Angus, Joe, Tom, Harry, Leon and Marley represented Colston’s and travelled to QEH Fayland to play a football tournament. They all played incredibly well and got to the semi-finals and came second. After the match, we each got to meet the Bristol City football players; we all got their autographs and had a photo to cherish the moment. After that we met the Bristol City chef and we each got a sausage roll!
Year 5/6 Football 17.3.17
Mr Jarman junior (aka Mr Mourinho) took Colston's to Clifton College where they competed superbly. In difficult conditions, Colston's played some lovely football and passed the ball well. A special mention to Toby for his outrageous Cryuff turn in his own area and Milo Jady for his well taken goal. The cakes and bacon baps went down very well after the game too!
Cross Country 16.3.17
Well done to all the Year 5s and 6s who represented the school superbly!
Today, some year 5s and 6s from Colston’s Primary School netball club played a netball tournament at St Bedes Collage. We played against 4 other teams: Westbury Park, St Johns, Stoke Bishop and Little Mead. We won 3 matches but lost the last one. We nearly got to the final but St Johns had a bigger goal difference. We had lots of fun and learnt new tactics like the wavy tree, which is when you stand on your tiptoes and wave your arms in front of your marker to make sure they can’t pass or get the ball. When we played we concentrated and fought for the ball. We focus really well and we made sure we kept close to our markers.
By Hamda Omar and Honor Afonso
Swimming Gala 7.3.17
We had so much fun at Bristol schools swimming gala. We did really well and enjoyed the opportunity to show our swimming ability. We would really recommend doing it next year as well because it was so fun and we really liked cheering people on. Also a big thank you to the parents who helped us out.
Year 5 and 6 Football Matches
Match 1: Result 0-0 In the first half the ball was never really under control, most of the half was booting the ball up the pitch. In the second half we started to dominate and get into good positions to score but sadly we missed them all. Their keeper was really good.
Match 2: Colston’s 1-0 Henleaze From the start we were piling on pressure and passing well. We had about 3-4 chances but were blocked. In the second half we managed to score by cutting inside and playing in our striker, who top poked it top right. For the rest of the match our defence was good. By the boys football team.
GIRLS FOOTBALL MATCH REPORT On Tuesday 7th of March, 10 Year 6 girls went to RGS to play against Bishop Road and Westbury Park. Unfortunately, we lost 1-0 to Bishop Road (which we were very annoyed about). However, we drew 0-0 to Westbury Park. It was a good and friendly match but we would have liked to win both matches; hopefully next time we will WIN! By the girls football team.