At Hildenborough CEP School we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of the children. We believe that an innovative, varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all our children. As a Church of England school, we believe that the skills and attitudes the children learn through sport strongly promote and reflect our Christian values, supporting the children’s health and happiness.
Well done to our year 3 / 4 team who went to the tri-golf county finals in Canterbury on Tuesday.
They are the 10th best team in the whole of Kent! Well done!
Congratulations to the Hildenborough Boom team who represented the Tonbridge area at the county finals in Gillingham on Wednesday. We are very proud to announce they came 2nd! Fantastic!
Tri-golf – Winners!
Amazing effort from the tri-golf team who won the Tonbridge area competition on Thursday 24th May. They will now represent the area at the county finals! Well done!
Morgan wrote;- A difficult first activity but they all tried really hard. Cameron did brilliantly. They scored 4 points. On the second activity they did amazing and scored at least 190 points. I interviewed Cameron and Theo, Theo said “I liked hitting it as far as I could, Cameron said “I loved doing over the river!”
Olympic legacy athletics tournament
Many congratulations to all of the years 3/4 children who took part on Wednesday 10th May. Everyone tried their best and there were some fantastic performances;- notably Leo in the hammer (longest throw in the competition!) Ollie winning the 75m and Lois’ tactics in the 600m.
We are also very proud of those children who attempted events they had not tried before, some of whom were very nervous but they did it!
The children said;-
“We had lots of fun and lots of children in our school came first” Cleo
“Today is amazing!” Phoebe
Tennis – year 3/4
Congratulations to Samuel, Christos, Izzy and Sienna who took part in a tennis tournament on Wednesday 10th May. They all performed very well, especially as they hadn’t played tennis competitively before. A special mention to Izzy who had also participated in the athletics and a massive thank you and well done to Sienna (year 1) who stood in at the last minute with great enthusiasm and determination.
Quicksticks Hockey Tournament
On Wednesday 8th March 4 teams from years 3, 4, 5 and 6 took part in a hockey tournament against other schools. It really was great to see so many children taking part!
Many children were playing competitive hockey for the first time and all were fantastic. Many thanks to all of the parents for their support, especially Mrs Bridges, Mrs Barton and Mrs Bettles for running a team.
Congratulations to the year 3 / 4 team who came 2nd and to the year 5 / 6 team who got through to the semi-finals, only lost on a technicality, and came 4th overall.
Year 2 Sportshall athletics
Some of the year 2 children took part in an athletics event on Thursday 19th January, these are some of their comments;-
“Before I went I was nervous but when I got there it was really fun!” Daisy
“It was exciting, the long jump was really fun!” Sam
“I liked working together with my team and that we could all take part together” Connor (captain)
Year 6 Sports Leaders
On Thursday the year 6 Sports Leaders assisted the year 1 / 2 athletics tournament by running the activities. 13 schools participated. Our activities were bowling and running, where we taught the children appropriate techniques and kept score. Coaching the children in new skills was rewarding but hard work.
By Edward Rushton.
This is the first time our sports leaders have supported an external event and we are very proud of them – staff from other schools commented on how great they were too! Well done!
Sportshall Athletics years 5 and 6
On Thursday 5th January 2017 some of our Y5 and Y6 children took part in a well organised athletics competition at the Angel centre in Tonbridge. The squad of 18 children enjoyed a good day and competed strongly in all the various events! The whole team were brilliant and came 4th overall. A special mention for Theo for his outstanding performance in the dance off competition!
Two teams took part in the Basketball festival on Wednesday 7th December 2016. Fantastic effort and determination from everyone (including the parents!)
Congratulations to the A team who made it to the semi-finals and came 4th overall. Well done!
A team captain; Alex Man of the match; Ben
B team captain; Sam D Man of the match; Oscar