HALF TERM HOLIDAY
Break up: Friday 24th October
Back to school: Monday 3rd November
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Earlier today Meadow View, who were representing the Winterhill cluster in the Y3/4 Girls football finals, took part in a thrilling tournament at Wath Comprehensive School. Despite the blustery winds, heavy rain and hail stone, the excellent eight gave 100% effort from start to finish providing spectators with some fabulous football. Starting with Leah Mitchell in goal who was outstanding whenever she was called up on pulling off some great saves. Furthermore we had Alice Parkin, Kianna Whiteley and Arooj Ahmed in a solid defence that all teams we played struggled to break down, due to their perfectly timed tackling and commitment to the team. In our star midfield we had Kara Harrison and Candice Chibi who between them created a vast amount of chances with their excellent passing and dribbling for both our strikers , Jodie Elliott and Serena Carter, who managed to find themselves on the score sheet with some fantastic strikes.
In total we played five thrilling games, in these games we managed to win two, draw two and unfortunately lose one. Despite this battling defeat we still managed to come a magnificent Third Place out of the seven schools that turned up. Mrs Witherstone and myself would like to thank all the parents and grandparents that came to support the team at this tournament, despite the horrendous weather conditions and we are certain you are just as proud of them as we are! You did Meadow View proud!
We had some great news today at Meadowview.
Our fantastic year 2 Phoebe Pearson has become a published author.
Her story was selected to be part of a book of stories about Superheroes.
We are very proud of her achievement and this shows the talent we have here at Meadowview
Well done Phoebe!
Read about children's experiences at Kingswood.
After school tonight Meadow View entered the cross country cluster tournament. We couldn't be prouder of all of you, you were incredible! We were very successful and managed to get children in the top ten of the different races. Well done to Mariam Bah, Ismatu Bah, Ben Hardy, Bailey Hannaford, Felicjan Harkot and Joshua Eden for getting through to the finals. I hope we haven't missed anyone off because we tried to write the names down, but at times it was hard to see who had made that top ten. A special well done to Alice Parkin and Ben Bradley, who both came first for their races. You are all a credit to our school! Bring on the finals! Miss Hunter and Mr Atherton
Meadow View Primary School will combine high standards with a broad and rich curriculum. Education will be the fusion of excellence and enjoyment. Children learn better when they are excited and engaged; when there is joy in what they are doing they learn to love learning."