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PE and Sports in Morden Mount

Year 5 Girls finish joint 1st place in Greenwich Girls Football Competition

G Walsh (gwalsh) on: PE and Sports in Morden Mount

To say I am proud of this team is an understatement. We trained every Wednesday morning since September. Right from the first session, the girls put in a huge effort and improved their passing skills, dribbling skills and decision making skills. In addition, they worked as a team and learned to play in different positions on the pitch. All of the hard work culminated in the huge achievement of finishing joint 1st in Greenwich.

We won an incredible 4 matches and drew 2 matches finishing the day unbeaten. Reeda was voted our player of the tournament scoring 3 goals but we had heroes all over the pitch. Aliyah scored a sensational goal herself and Neveah was unbeatable in goals not conceding a single goal. In front of her, Demi and Talina were rock solid in defence and Vicky and Lashante formed a formidable midfield partnership showing off all their skills. We had great players to call upon in each match with Emmanuella, Tia, Victoria, Arianne and Alyssa all playing superbly.

It was a real squad effort and I have enjoyed coaching these players who have all shown a great attitude and team spirit throughout the year. Well done

Mr Walsh

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Year 5/6 Football Matches versus James Wolfe

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Morden Mount versus James Wolfe

October 2018

One sunny afternoon in October, Morden Mount participated in friendly matches with James Wolfe Year 5/6 boys football team. Some Morden Mount players were really excited as this was their first time representing the school in football.

The opposing team started really strongly and as a result, they scored the first goal. Due to a mixture of nervousness and indecision, we conceded a second goal shortly afterwards. As the match wore on, we grew in confidence and Jibril scored a goal from a corner kick leaving the final score:

James wolfe 2

Morden Mount 1

The second match was highly entertaining with both teams defending really well. Tomilola made some spectacular saves but we conceded two goals. Showing great resilience, we managed to score two goals ourselves and equalise with Chinedu scoring both goals.

James Wolfe 2

Morden Mount 2

In our final match, we were determined to put in a good performance. James and Collins had a good partnership in defence and set up Chinedu for the opening goal. James Wolfe soon equalised. Morden Mount didn’t give up and scored another goal after some excellent passing and Appolos scored an amazing free kick to make the score 3-1. James Wolfe then scored an amazing score themselves. The game ended and both teams shook hands.

Morden Mount 3

James Wolfe 2

Report by Chinedu (Sports Leader)

 

 

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Sports Leaders of the Year Awards

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Semilore and Chris were Crowned Sports Leaders of the Year in our Sports Celebration Assembly held today. Sports Leaders carry out jobs in the school such as managing lunch time play, helping to organise events such as Sports day and our Annual Football Festival, demonstrating in PE lessons and helping Mr Walsh to notify team members of upcoming events. Semilore and Chris were recognised as being excellent referees of lunch time play and have been role models all year carrying out their duties professionally and confidently. Well done!!

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Morden Mount has achieved the Gold School Games Mark Award

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Morden Mount has achieved the Gold School Games Mark Award. Click here for the press release. Well done to everyone involved in this outstanding achievement!!

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Morden Mount Gymnastics team crowned bronze medalists in Key Steps 3 gymnastics competition.

G Walsh (gwalsh) on: PE and Sports in Morden Mount

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