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Indoor Athletics - January 2018


On Wednesday 17th of January Albert Pye took part in the Year 6 Indoor Athletics Competition at Water Lane Sports Centre Lowestoft.


 It was a boys and girls competition with all scores combined for a team total. The format was 6 individual events - standing long jump, standing triple jump, vertical jump, ball push , speed bounce, javelin and two team relays. Scores were given for places and then all the score added together for a team total.


Albert Pye had two individual winners, Daniel in the vertical and Edmund in the speed bounce. The Boys relay team also won. Although it’s fantastic for the individuals to win it’s really important for all your team to score points for overall victory.


Well done to all the schools as it was a really competitive competition this year. Red Oak finished 3rd, Blunderston 2nd and Albert Pye were crowned overall winners.


A fantastic team effort by everyone. The school is now off to the county finals in February.



Basketball Competition - January 2018


On Monday 22nd of January, Albert Pye played in a basketball competition at Worlingham Primary School. The competition format was teams of 12 made up of 6 boys and 6 girls, the boys play the first half and the girls play the second half and scores were then combined.


Three other schools attended the competition St Benets, Beccles Primary and Worlingham.


Both the boys and girls played really well showing some great skill on and off the ball. The whole squad had been attending basketball club and this was evident in how well everyone played.


Albert Pye managed to win all 3 of their games scoring 43 points in total and only conceding 5. Jeff Hoey and Reece Garrold who are coaches with the other schools both commented on how well the team played.



Uni Hoc Success! - November 2017


Congratulations to the hockey teams who attended the Year 4 Uni Hoc tournament at the Sir John Leman High School on Wednesday 8th November. Everyone played brilliantly. After several matches, both the A and B team were delighted to make it through to the final and were proud to win 3rd and 1st place.



Suffolk Panathlon Swimming Competition - November 2017


On Wednesday 7th November we took a team of 6 swimmers to Water Lane Sports Centre to take part in the first North Suffolk Panathlon swimming competition.


Six teams took part in ten different swimming events ranging from 25 Metres Freestyle, Push and Glide and Treasure Hunt.


Every swimmer had at least four events and during this event they were able to show their skills in these different events.


Panathlon is always a fun event but with a competitive edge. All the pupils showed great perseverance, determination and team work. The team finished 4th and everyone received a medal for their efforts.


Thanks to Panathlon for organising this event.


ALT Year 3 Football Championship - October 2017


Fourteen children from Year 3 travelled to Red Oak to take part in the Alt Year 3 Championship at Red Oak school in Lowestoft.


The Championship was split into A and B leagues. Teams from Albert Pye, Westwood, Red Oak, Reydon and Grove took part in the A league and only Albert Pye and Red Oak played in the B league.


The A league was very close. Albert Pye went through the championship without losing, drawing 3 games and winning 1 ending up as runners up. In the B league the 2 teams played an extended game with Red Oak winning a close game. All the children really enjoyed the experience and showed great respect to the other teams and officials. It was great to see so many parents coming to support the teams.


Thanks must go to Mr Lee and the Red Oak team for hosting this event.


Mr McKenzie



KS1 ALT Football Championship - October 2017


On Friday 13th October Albert Pye travelled to Red Oak Primary school in Lowestoft to take part in the first ALT Championship of the year. 


We entered both the A and the B Year 2 football championship and the children had been working hard with Darryl at football club to perfect their soccer skills. 


The B team was full of children who hadn’t represented the school  before and approached the championship with a very positive attitude. They worked really hard in all their games and ended up finishing 4th.


The A team were unbeaten and went though the whole championship without conceding a goal. Winning all their games 1-0 this meant that they were crowned ALT KS1 Football Champions.


All the children really enjoyed the event and showed great respect, teamwork and sportsmanship.


Thanks must go to Mr Lee and all the Red Oak staff for organising this event.


Mr McKenzie



Year 6 Tag Rugby


Year 6 went to tag rugby tournament in Lowestoft for a chance to win! Roman Hill won the respect trophy and all the schools played very well.


Albert Pye won 3 matches and drew 1. All the schools were very competitive but really respectful.


Albert Pye’s 3rd match was against St Margaret’s they put up a hard match but we drew against them 3, 3 we all had a great time there even when we almost drank all the juice!


Finley Cross was our team captain, and Cameron was the one who kept scoring all the tries. Dean and Luke were down the wing scoring some tries. We put up a good match against all the schools. Albert Pye’s team effort helped us to win!


Finley E   6W


Hockey Tournament 


On the 4th of October, Albert Pye took part in the U11 18 team Hockey tournament. In this competition, there were 2 groups:     5 B teams and 13 A teams which had 4 leagues.


The B team consisted of Amy, Daniel, Oliver, Aidan, Ellie, Nicole, Rosie and Edmund. The B team’s first match was against Phoenix. They won 4-0 with Edmund scoring 2 and Rosie and Nicole scoring the other 2. The B team played 4 games, winning 3 and losing 1 to Red Oak causing them to also be runners up.

The A team consisted of Charlotte, Libby (who was our team captain) Dean and Marcus.


The A team’s first match was against Corton. After a tense, close first game, the final score was 0-0. Albert Pye needed to change tactics in order to win the following games.


Albert Pye A had a rest after their first game then they played Woods Loke, who were the hardest team to play. Woods Loke had just beaten St Benets 4-0. At half time against Woods Loke, it was a pressed 0-0. In the last few minutes of the match, Libby was able to slip through Woods Loke’s defence and score a goal leaving a final score of 1-0. After playing Woods Loke, we played St Benets where we won 11-0. The goals came in quick succession with Marcus scoring 7, Dean scoring 2 and Libby also scoring 2. Next we got told that we were through to the quarter-finals by winning our group. We then played Elm Tree who we beat 2-0. This meant we were in the semi-finals against St Margarets, which we won by 3-0. In the finals, we played Woods Loke (yet again) and unfortunately lost 1-0. It was very tough and as a result, we claimed the position of runners up. Even though they didn’t win, Albert Pye still enjoyed every second.


Charlotte and Marcus