Sport and PE Events

Our children are invited and encouraged to join in with a range of Sports and PE Events.

We use our Sports Premium to support children and families when attending events.

This page celebrates our participation and achievements.

Festival Of Sport - Friday 5th July

A small group of 11 children went to the English Institute of Sport last Friday to take part in a Festival of Sport. The 11 children were from year 1 through to year 6. At the venue the children took part in an opening ceremony and then had the opportunity to try out different sports.

The activities included, Taekwondo, Basketball, Cricket, Circuit Training, Rugby, Curling and Running.

The children really enjoyed learning new skills and making new friends from other schools. At the end the children all came together for a Zumba session and a finally a closing ceremony.

The children were a credit to our school and thoroughly enjoyed the day, (even though they were very tired towards the end). Well done team, Mrs Wild and Mrs Gibson.

Boys Catholic Cup

On Friday 28th June a group of 10 boys from year 6 took part in the Boys Catholic Cup Competition. The boys played really well against the opposing teams and won most of their games. The boys won through to the semi-finals. In the semis the boys played against Holy Family and the score ended up 1-1, this meant the boys had to do a penalty shoot-out. It was a tense time but the boys remained focused and won this 3-2 and now the boys were in the finals.

The boys went in to the finals with a positive mind-set and played an absolutely fantastic match, however they were very unlucky and unfortunately they lost 1-0 to St. Peters. At the end the person presenting the trophies said it was a fantastic match and could have gone either way. Mr Storey and myself are extremely proud of each and every one of you. Well done boys, Mrs Gibson.

Girls Catholic Cup

CHAMPIONS

On Friday 28th June a team of eight girls from year 6 took part in the Girls Catholic Cup Competition.

The girls performed exceptionally well and won through to the semi - finals, having played 8 matches.

During the semis the girls remained focused and won 2-0 against St. Patricks. This meant for the first time the girls had won through to the finals. The girls re-grouped and concentrated well on the game showing a fantastic performance, the girls won 1-0 against St.Francis Xavier.

For the first time ever the girls from St.Joseph's raised the Girls Catholic Cup. Wow, what an outstanding performance from each of the girls. You are a magnificent team and I am so very proud of each and every one of you. Well done girls, a lasting legacy for St.Joseph's and a tough team to follow. Well done, Mrs Gibson.

Boys Cricket Competition - Thursday 27th June

On Thursday  two groups of boys from Year 5/6 attended a cricket competition. The boys in team A played really well and they won all of their 3 games with fantastic results. This group ended up winning through to the semi-finals. Their first match in the semis was against Norton and unfortunately they lost by a wicket. The next match was against Windhill and they played really well winning this match. However it was a 3 way tie and it went down to points and unfortunately they narrowly lost going through to the final.
Team B lost 2 of their games but won their last match. Well done to all of the boys, they did themselves proud and were a credit to our school. They played amazingly and I am really proud of each and everyone of you.

Well done, Mrs Gibson.

Girls Cricket Competition - Wednesday 19th June

A group of 8 year 6 children took part in a girls cricket competition.  The girls played really well and won through to the semi finals.  They narrowly missed out on the final by losing this match by 4 points. Overall they competed really well and came third on the day. Well done girls. Mrs Gibson

Tennis Competition 

On Thursday 6th June a group of year 4 children took part in a Tennis Competition. The children travelled to the Wheatley Hills Tennis Club and competed against 6 other schools from the Doncaster area.

There were two groups of 4 and Team B competed against 3 other schools and came third in their group. Team A also competed against 3 different schools and came 2nd in their group. Team A had won through to the quarter-finals. The children played really well and won a place in the semi-finals. The children competed against Bessacarr Primary in the semis and narrowly missed out winning through to the finals by 1 point.

All of the children taking part were a credit to St.Josephs and thoroughly enjoyed the experience.

Well done to all those children who took part, I am really proud of your achievement. Mrs Gibson

Year 5 and 6 Girls Football Festival 24th October 2018

Cross Country Competition October 2018

English Institute of Sport Sports Festival 6th July 2018

Year 5 and 6 Boys Football Festival 26th September 2018 

Sports Day July 2018

Year 5 and 6 Cricket Tournament  June 2018 

Year 3 and 4 Cricket 6th June 2018

 

Cricket Competition - Wednesday 23rd May 2018

A team of Yr 5/6 girls took part in a Cricket Competition. They competed against 9 other schools and came 3rd overall. The girls were amazing and played really well as a team. I am really proud of them. Well done girls! Mrs Gibson.

Year 3 and 4 Cricket May 2018

Year 5 and 6 Girls football Festival April 27th 2018

Year 3 and 4 Tennis April 26th 2018

Year 3 and 4 Mixed Hockey April 18th 2018

Orienteering Competition 21st March 2018

On Wednesday 12 children took part in an orienteering competition. The children had to go to Sandal Beat Woods to take part. There were over 176 children in total from different schools around Doncaster. Children were grouped into year 3/4 girls, year 3/4 boys and year 5/6 girls and yr 5/6 boys. The children were given a map of the woods and were then asked to use this to find coloured markers placed around the woods. Once they had found the marker the children then had to read the letter and remember this, children then used the map to help them find their way back to the holding circle. 

The children really enjoyed taking part in this activity and were able to find some of the markers. Well done to everyone that took part.

Inclusive Football Competition - 09.02.18 
 
On Friday 9th February, a selected group of children were invited to the School Games football tournament at the Keepmoat Stadium. The children took part in 4 matches and with it being 5-a-side, learned the importance of taking turns and encouraging other members of the team. 
The children also participated in football skills and drills with members of the Doncaster Titans. 
Impact
The children had chance to take part in a tournament with other mixed-age children. The children were selected as they do not usually play within the school team, and so thrived in a new competitive (but friendly and sportsman-like) environment. The children all reported loving the event, with comments such as, "I can't wait for the next one," and, "I'm going to practise my new skills at home tonight." 
We are all very excited for the next inclusive tournament in July! 
 

KS2 Girls Football Festival - September 2017

 

Some of our Children competed in a cricket competition and they won all 6 of their matches!

They were the overall winners. Well done!!

 

Athletics Competition

Year 5 took part in an Athletics competition February 2017 with other schools and thoroughly enjoyed representing St Josephs