Year 4 Quad Event:
On Tuesday 22nd May, twenty four of our Year 4 children participated in four different athletics events at Henley Green Primary School. The events they completed were as follows: the 400m race, 50m sprint, standing long jump and javelin. All of the children enjoyed representing Moat House and overall they came fifth.
Year 6 Athletics:
On Wednesday 17th January, 24 Year 6 children attended the final of the Multi-Sports competition at the Alan Higgs Centre. After winning the heats comfortably, our children were hopeful that they could once again be victorious and win the cup. Although the children worked very hard and managed to win many events, they ended the morning in fourth place. The children all behaved fantastically and were great representatives for Moat House. One child in particular showed great sportsmanship by personally congratulating and shaking hands with the winning team, well done Ebalo.
Year 6 Athletics:
On Tuesday 8th November, some of our Year 6 children went to the Alan Higgs Centre to take part in the Sports Hall athletics competition. They competed against three other schools and took part in many events including an obstacle course, standing long jump, chest push and racing. Overall Moat House actually came second and were only four points away from winning – what a fantastic achievement! The children commented that it was great fun participating in the whole event.
Year 4 Athletics:
On Tuesday 24th May, twenty six of our Year 4 children took part in a Quad Sports tournament against six other Coventry schools. The children had to take part in the following events: 50m run, 400m run, javelin and standing long jump. The children did extremely well and actually came second overall. We would like to say a huge well done to everyone who represented Moat House so well but especially to Maxine and Nathaniel, who achieved the fastest times in their 400m run.
Year 6 Sportshall Athletics:
On Thursday 19th November, some of our Year 6 pupils participated in an athletics competition at the Alan Higgs Centre against three other Coventry schools. The events included relay races, jumping events, an obstacle relay, a javelin throw and a hurdles race. All of the children enjoyed themselves and represented Moat House extremely well.