Year 5 & 6 Swimming Gala

The Year 5 and 6 swimming team had a fantastic afternoon out competing against other schools. Geoff Goodrick secured a place in the county finals, winning his 25m butterfly heat with a 2 second margin. Poppy Rogers came 3rd overall in the 50m breaststroke against other year 5 girls. The Year 5 boys relay teams performed well winning both their heats in the freestyle and mixed relays. All of the children enjoyed their afternoon of competitive swimming and represented the school well.

Conifers Girls Win The Nash Cup

Last Friday saw the football season come to an end with the Nash Cup competition. The girls team were looking to add to their silverware in their most successful season ever and the boys were looking to get back to winning ways after disappointment in the league. The boys enjoyed their group games, playing some tough and well organised teams. They managed to win one game against St. Andrews. The girls team won against Holy Trinity, Chickerell, and Bincombe Valley. They drew their last group game against Atlantic which meant they faced Radipole in the semi finals. A golden goal in extra time was all that separated the two sides and Conifers faced Atlantic once again. The final was ten

High 5 Netball Tournament

Both our netball teams participated in the High 5 netball tournament at Budmouth last Thursday. Conifers A played games against Radipole, St Osmunds, St George’s and St Mary’s. They won 2 games, drew one and lost 1. Conifers B played Bincombe Valley, Southill, St Augustine’s, Portesham and St Johns. They managed to win their first ever game against Portesham. Thank you to Mrs Moorley and Mrs Dennis who took both teams over in Miss Frampton’s absence, the children were all brilliant!

Oak Try Tag Rugby

On Monday 18th March Oak spent the day at Weymouth Rugby Club learning and developing their skills in the non-contact sport of Tag Rugby. They had coaching and encouragement from Weymouth College sports student and professional rugby coaches. Oak had an amazing day interacting with other schools. As you can see we all ended up a little bit muddy!

World Book Day

World Book Day 2019 was a big hit at Conifers. All of the children and staff loved dressing up as their favourite book characters. Each year group focused on a different traditional tale and all of the classes swapped during the afternoon so that the older children could read to a KS1 partner. A big thank-you and well done to everyone for making it a truly enjoyable day!

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