Sporting Results 2017- 2018

On 27th March, the Year 5 Girls’ 6-a-side football team competed in the Aston Primary Schools’ tournament. The team played four group matches; winning 2-1 and losing 2-1, 4-0 and 1-0 thereby finishing third in the group. It was a good effort by Nikola, Ruqqaya, Hebron, Tia, Prabjot, Teneve, Aliya and Sharla. Thank you to Miss Foster for managing the team.

 

On 22nd March, the Year 5 Boys’ 6-a-side football team competed in the Aston Primary Schools’ tournament. The team played three group matches; losing 5-0, 1-0 and 4-1 thereby finishing fourth in the group. It was a good effort by Harry, Bilal, Dhiren, Jay, Gabriel, Diego, Malakai and Sarjan. Thank you to Miss Gibbon for taking the children to this event.

 

On 14th March, Mr Donaghy led the Junior children in completing a bleep test which is a running activity designed to measure an of fitness. The results are:

                                          Year 3: 1st Ryleigh, 2nd Ameria, =3rd Charlie and Carlisle

 Year 4: 1st Sam, 2nd Sukhsimran, 3rd Sarvan

Year 5: 1st Luca, =2nd Gabriel and Malakai

Year 6: 1st Kallum, 2nd Beneice, 3rd Mekhi

Thank you to Mr Donaghy for organising this intra-school event. Well done to everybody who participated.

 

On Tuesday 6th February, the Boys’ 5-a-side football team competed in the finals of the Aston Primary Schools’ Indoor tournament. The team won 2-1 and lost 4-0 and 2-0. The team were joint third their league. Well done Thinh, Chad, Aaron, Ben and Diego.

 

On Tuesday 23rd January, the Girls’ 5-a-side football team competed in the Aston Primary Schools’ Indoor tournament. The team lost their matches 2-0, 1-0 and 4-0 and were fourth in their league. The attitude and effort from Prabjot, Hebron, Esemme, Honey, Ruqqaya, Sharla and Tia were a credit to the school.

 

On Tuesday 16th December, the Boys’ 5-a-side football team competed in the Aston Primary Schools’ Indoor tournament. The team only had four players but fortunately the teams in the league agreed to play 4-side matches against St. Teresa’s. The team won two matches; 5-0 and 3-0 and drew two matches 1-1 and 1-1. The team won their league and will compete in the finals on 6th February. Well done to Well done Thinh, Chad, Aaron and Mekhi.

 

Caritas Christi In Urbe Cross Country event

On Friday 1st December, a Girls’ team and a Boys’ team competed in the first Caritas Christi In Urbe cross country running event at Wood Lane playing fields. Six schools competed; St. Edmund’s, St. Clare’s, St. Francis’, St. Patrick’s, St. Vincent’s and St. Teresa’s. The event was marshalled by students from St. Paul’s Girls’ Catholic Secondary School and a group of our Year 5 children.

The girls competing were; Beneice, Naomi, Eva, Alicja and Prabjot. The boys competing were; Kallum, Luca, Aaron, Mekhi and Harry. The Girls’ team finished second in their event, with Beneice as the overall Girls’ winner. The Boys’ team also finished second in their event. The team were third overall. Thank you to Mr Donaghy for organising this event on behalf of the Caritas Christi In Urbe schools and to Mrs Higgins for assisting on the day.

 

On Thursday 30th November, the Boys’ 5-a-side football team competed in the Aston Schools’ tournament. The team played four games winning 2-1 and 3-2 and losing 3-0 and 5-0. The team finished second in the group so did not qualify for the semi-finals. It was a very good team effort by Thinh, Ben, Chad, Mekhi, Aaron and Kallum.

 

On Monday 20th November, we played a new and exciting game called...BOCCIA! William (Year 6) Hassan, Gerrard (Year 5) and Thanh, Kacper, Aden (Year 3) were invited to St. Francis school to take part in the Boccia tournament.

Boccia is where you have a Jack ball (target ball) in which you have to aim your team's ball as close to the target as possible. It takes great concentration, accuracy and precision.

We are very pleased to say that St. Teresa's came second place out of 7 schools competing.

Well done boys, you were a credit to the school!

 

 On Tuesday 14th November, the Girls’ 5-a-side football team competed in the Aston Schools’ tournament. The team played four games winning 2-1 and 3-2 and losing 3-0 and 5-0. The team finished second in the group so did not qualify for the semi-finals. It was a very good team effort by Esemme, Ruqqaya, Prabjot, Sharla, Hebron and Tia.

 

Just before the Autumn half term break Mr Donaghy led the Junior children in completing a bleep test which is a running activity designed to measure an of fitness. The results are:

                                     Year 3: 1st Ryleigh, =2nd Ameria and Charlie

                                     Year 4: 1st Sam, 2nd Sarvan, 3rd Sukhsimran

                                      Year 5: 1st Luca, =2nd Harry and Malakai

                                       Year 6: 1st Kallum, 2nd Beneice, 3rd Aaron

Thank you to Mr Donaghy for organising this intra-school event. Well done to everybody who participated.

 

On Monday 9th October, the school football team played two matches. The team played St. Edmund’s School, winning 2 - 0. The team also beat St. Patrick’s School 4 - 0. Well done Thinh, Aaron, Daejon, Malakai, Chad, Luca, Diego and Ben.

The team have finished second of the six teams competing in the Aston Small Schools’ Autumn League with four wins and one defeat in their five matches.

 

On Thursday 28th September the school football team played their first matches of the season. The team played St. Chad’s School, winning 3-1. The team beat St. Clement’s School 2 – 0 and lost 4-0 to St. Vincent’s School. Well done Thinh, Aaron, Daejon, Malakai, Bilal, Luca, Diego, Kallum, Ben and Mekhi.

Sporting Results 2016-2017

On this page you can share some of our sporting successes with us

On Wednesday 28th September, the school football team played their first match of the season. The team played St. Chad’s School, losing 3-1. It was a good effort by Tomasz, Eryk, Taran, Varun, Aaron, Daejon, Trevaughn and Mekhi.

On Monday 10th October, the football team played three matches. The team lost 4-0 to St. Edmund’s School, then played St. Patrick’s School winning 4-1 and then beat Holy Trinity School 3-1. Tomasz, Eryk, Taran, Balvin, Aaron, R’keil, Trevaughn and Mekhi were a credit as footballers, and more importantly as ambassadors, for the school.

On Monday  14th November, the football team played St Patrick’s School in the first round of the Catholic Cup. The team played very well winning 3-1. Well done Liam, Taran, Varun, Eryk, Trevaughn, Balvin, Jadon, Tomasz, Mekhi, Kallum and Aaron.

On Tuesday 15th November, the Boys’ 5-a-side team competed in the Aston Schools’ tournament. The team played five games, winning 3-2 and 3-0, drawing 0-0 and 2-2 and losing 3-2.

On Thursday19th November, the Girls’ 5-a-side team competed in the Aston Schools’ tournament. They drew their first game 1-1 against Barford School. The second game saw St. Teresa's triumph against Chilwell Croft Academy. In the final game St. Teresa's beat Sacred Heart 3-1The team played three games drawing 1-1 and winning 2-1 and 3-1 to finish undefeated in the group. We just missed out on qualifying for the semi-finals on goal difference. The team was managed by Miss Foster and her inspirational team talks led to the team remaining undefeated for the tournament. The behaviour was excellent and the girls' team spirit and play was superb. Well done Faith, Courtney, Laana, Elicia, Francine, Tanisha, Trinity and Eva. Thank you to Miss Foster and Mr Donaghy for managing the team.

Sporting Results 2015-2016

On Thursday 1st October the school football team played their first matches of the season. The team played St. Vincent’s School, losing 1-0 and St. Clement’s School, winning 3-0. Well done to Gurdeep, Tomasz, Humraj, Eryk, Aman, Darrell, Joshua, Dylan, Karanveer and Varun who represented the school.

Year 3 and Year 4 Football

On Wednesday 21st October, a Year 3 team and a Year 4 football team represented the school at the Handsworth School Games Football tournament at Hamstead Hall Academy.

The Year 3 team played ten games; winning 5-3 and 3-1 and losing 7-2, 4-2, 7-3, 5-1, 3-1, 2-0, 9-0 and 7-0. It was a good effort by Ria, Ruqqaya, Hasan, Luca, Teneve, Hebron, Bilal and Jay to finish eighth in the tournament.

The Year 4 team played ten matches, winning all of them: 6-2, 3-1, 3-0, 5-1, 4-2, 5-2, 4-1, 4-2, 7-2 and 5-1. Well done to Shaina, Jovan, Shiloh, Beneice, Mekhi, Daejon, Jovan and Aryan who won the tournament and have qualified for the City Wide Games in February.

On Thursday 8th October, the school football team played two matches. The team played St. Chad’s School, losing 6-0 and St. Clement’s School, winning 3-2. It was a good effort by Gurdeep, Tomasz, Humraj, Aman, Darrell, Joshua, Dylan, Karanveer and Varun.

On Thursday 22nd October, the school football team played in the Aston Schools’ League against Holy Trinity School losing 2-0. It was a good effort by Tomasz, Gurdeep, Eryk, Humraj, Aman, Darrell, Joshua, Dylan, Karanveer and Varun.

On Wednesday 14th October, the school football team played in the Aston Schools’ League against St. Edmund’s School, winning 3-2. It was a super effort by Tomasz, Gurdeep, Eryk, Humraj, Aman, Darrell, Joshua, Dylan, Karanveer and Varun.

Netball Tournament

On Thursday 22nd October, the Netball Team competed in the Caritas Christi In Urbe tournament. The team played four matches; winning 2-1, 1-0 and 4-0 and losing 1-0. St. Teresa’s won the tournament. Well done to Rajeka, Neha, Courtney, Faith, Sienna, Khia, Nevaeh and Leia.