Salisbury had the pleasure of inviting football coaches from a team called R77. The coaches lead sessions for all year groups. The children thoroughly enjoyed the sessions . They learnt how to dribble a ball and the importance of team work . The coaches even selected pupils to join their football team.
Well done to the year 5’s who took part in the quick-stick hockey competition. The children tried their best and had a great time taking part in a new sport.
Over the Summer half term we had a Sports Programme for the children. They played different activities and really enjoyed the two weeks at school.
The children went on a cricket competition at Lords Cricket Ground and had a great time and won the competition .Well done. They brought back a lovely trophy .
Sports Day was enjoyed by all the children , competing against each other and having fun ,the weather was beautiful , well done to all the children who took part !!
Good morning all, It’s the last morning of our time here on the Isle of Wight. Surprisingly, after several nights of going to sleep at midnight, the children were awake by 7:15 and packing up their rooms – without being woken up by staff!! I can only assume that they are in a rush to ...
Hello all, Today is our last full day and our activities are : Obstacle course Team tech Nightline Fencing Volleyball Archery 3G swing From 2:30-6:15 we are going on a beach adventure with body boarding and then tonight it’s mini Olympics! Everyone is safe and having a wonderful time but we are looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow evening! ...
On Monday, Year 5 and Year 6 travelled by coach and ferry to the Kingswood centre on the Isle of Wight for a week of outdoor activities. The journey went well and all children (and staff!!) are having a wonderful time. It was straight into action last night with the children taking part in rock climbing, Jacobs ...
On June 23rd, Salisbury school took part in a cricket competition, competing against other London schools. Here are the results : First Place: Salisbury Primary School (Newham) Second Place: Essendine Primary School (Westminster) Spirit of Cricket: Redriff Primary School (Southwark)
On June 22nd Salisbury played in a football competition against other schools in the borough—we are pleased to announce that Salisbury got through to the quarter finals.