Boys 7 a-side Danone Cup

The Year 6 boys had their first tournament of the season yesterday afternoon. In the same group was Rushy Meadow, St Cecilia’s and Cheam Park Farm. The winners of the group would progress to the final stage in a couple of weeks.

Avenue started slowly against Rushy Meadow but as the game went on we grew in confidence and won 2 – 0. Our next match was against St Cecilia’s and the boys began passing the ball around much more and played some nice football. We ended up winning the game 4 – 1. Well done to Bradley for scoring a hat-trick. That meant we were on 6 points and top of the table going into the final game against Cheam Park Farm who were in second place on 4 points. A win or a draw was enough to put us through to the next stage. The team went down 1 – 0 but fought back and started to gain control of the game and scored a well deserved equaliser. Cheam Park Farm took their chances well in the game and won 3 – 1. Avenue came second overall. Well done to all the boys who took part, a great start to the season!

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Year 5 and 6 Football Trials

Anyone who was interested in being selected for the Year 5 and 6 football squad training after school for both boys and girls attended trials either on Wednesday last week or yesterday. It was excellent to see so many children interested and enjoying football. Also the improvement from individuals, where they have clearly being practicing to develop their skills.

This year has been very difficult to select squads because of the high standard on show. Therefore, most letters have been handed out to children who have gained a place in the after school club training for both the girls and boys squad. However, there are still some places available and anyone interested will need to go to B team football training with Mr Simmons and Mr Brown on Friday where another trial will take place for the remaining places.

Inter-House Sports

On Friday, Year 4, 5 and 6 went took part in the first Inter-House competition of the year – Cross Country . Everyone put in a huge amount of effort and it was lovely to see and hear the children encouraging each other around the course.

The overall scores were –

4th Place =  Red House, 3rd Place  = Green House, 2nd Place = Blue House and 1st Place = Yellow House. Well done!

A letter will be handed out to those children who have been given a place in Cross Country Club before the end of this week. The top eight children in each year group have a place and the top ten are welcome to come and train. Training will take place on Tuesday lunch time.

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Year 5 and 6 Football Trials

Image result for footballTrials for the Year 5 and 6 boys’ football club and Year 6 girls’ football club will take place tomorrow afternoon (14.09).

All children from Year  4 , 5 and 6 are welcome to come and attend trials and will be called when ready. You just need your PE kit and trainers. There will be another trial on Friday lunchtime if you cannot attend tomorrow afternoon because of cycling, exams or swimming.

Both clubs will train after school and have a limited amount of places. However, anyone who doesn’t get a place in the after school clubs has the opportunity to attend a lunch time B Team Football Club. This club is always well attended and there is still the opportunity to  train with the after school clubs if players show good improvement and commitment.

A letter will be sent out to confirm if you have a place.

Team GB Olympic Success

What an incredible summer of sport in Rio. GB won a total of 67 medals, with 27 golds, putting Team GB second in the medal table – above China for the first time since the latter returned to the Games in 1984. Amazingly, they won gold medals across more sports than any other nation – 15 – and improved on their medal haul for the fifth consecutive Olympics.

Yesterday, the opening ceremony of the Paralympics took place in Rio. How many medals will Team GB be taking home?

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To find out more visit the Rio Paralympics website –


Sports Assembly 2016

On Monday, Avenue held its annual Sports Assembly, where we celebrated all the school’s sporting achievements. A big well done to everyone who represented the school; we had a fantastic year!

Below are photos of all the successful teams and individual awards:

Athletics ‘Most Improved Athlete’ – Chikeru.

Most Improved Athlete

Cross Country ‘Runner’s of the Year’ – Y4 Katie and Alex, Y5 Jess and Hayden, Y6 Jodie and Tom.

Cross Country Awards

Cross Country Borough Champions 2016.

Cross Country Team

‘Swimmer of the Year’ – Lily.

Swimmer of the Year

Avenue Swimming Squad 2016.

Swimming Team

Cricket ‘Most Improved Player’ – Isabella and Giorgio and ‘Player of the Year’ – Saigon and Akarsh.

Cricket Awards

Tag Rugby ‘Most Improved Player’ – James and ‘Player of the Year’ – Max.

Tag Rugby Awards

Netball ‘Most Improved Players’ – Maisie H and Aaraniya, ‘Players of the Year’ – Natasha and Isabelle and netball captains Maisie W and Livia.

Netball Awards

Year 6 Boys’ Football ‘Top Goalscorer’ – Davis, ‘Most Improved Player’- Leo and ‘Player of the Year’ – Harvey.

Year 6 Boys Football Awards

Year 5 Boys’ Football ‘Most Improved Player’ Charlie and ‘Player of the Year’ – Luke.

Year 5 Boys Football Awards

Year 5 Boys’ Borough Cup Runners Up Football Team.

Year 5 Boys Football Team

Year 5/6 Girls’ Football ‘Goalkeeper of the Year’ – Catherine, ‘Top Goalscorer’ – Cerys, ‘Year 5 Most Improved Player’ – Elouise, ‘Year 5 Player of the Year’ – Storm, ‘Year 6 Most Improved Player’ – Ellie and ‘Year 6 Player of the Year’ – Livia.

Year 5&6 Girls Football Team Awards

Year 5/6 Girls’ Football Team – Sutton League Winners, Sutton Cup Winners and Tournament Champions.

Girls Football Team


Year 5 & 6 Sports Day 2016

On Thursday, Year 5 and 6 competed in their sports day. There were lots of great performances and well done to everyone who took part. Many thanks to the parents who came to support their children. The racing was really impressive and we also saw some great triple jumping and shot putting!

In the Sprint Finals racing was really close, results are below:

Year 5 Girls: 3rd- Alex D, 2nd- Sophia, 1st-Jaeda.

Year 5 Boys: 3rd-Bradley, Joint 1st- Jonathan S. & Josh F.

Year 6 Girls: 3rd-Isabelle, 2nd-Jodie, 1st-Kiana.

Year 6 Boys: 3rd-Chikeru, 2nd-Tom, 1st-Davis.

The final results were as follows:

4th place: Yellow House (1007 points)

3rd place: Green House (752 points)

2nd place: Red House (629 points)

1st place: Blue House (468 points)

Well done to Blue House on winning the event!

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District Sports: Avenue Champions again!

Today, 32 children from Year’s 3-6 went to the Sutton Arena to represent the school in the Sutton School’s District Sports. There were some brilliant performances notably: Jaeda and Josh (Year 5) and Jodie and Davis (Year 6) who all finished in the top 3 for their age. All the relay teams performed brilliantly, many finishing on the podium, and well done to all those involved from Year 3, who had never been to the event before. Due to the consistency of our results, across all year groups, Avenue finished the event as overall winners! Once again, a huge congratulations to everyone involved.

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Euro 2016 Class Draws

As the European Football Championships are starting tomorrow, we held a draw to see which team each class (or year group) is following.

Euro 2016 Classes and teams

Classes will spend a bit of time focusing on their chosen country and, if possible, watch games and some of the highlights.

You can keep up to date with the Championships via the UEFA and BBC Euro 2016 pages.

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