Congratulations to our Year 3 B team, who were the second team home at the West Dorset Primary Schools’ Cross Country Relays. They were awarded medals and a cup, in school, by Mrs Irene Fairley.
17 Year 5/6 children took part in the DSSA year 5 and 6 West Dorset Swimming Gala at Hardy’s School in Dorchester.
Well done to our Yr 3 children who represented the school at Burton, Freshwater Dance Festival, entertaining everyone with their line dance routine.
Well done to our tag rugby team who took part and came second in the Tag Rugby Festival on Saturday 10 March.
Congratulations to our Girls for winning the Under 11 Girls Indoor Area Tournament
Parrett and Axe are proud to announce that we have now achieved the School Games Platinum award. The award is part of the School Games Mark, administered by the national charity Youth Sport Trust and we are one of only 104 schools in the country to receive it.
Well done to all those who took part in the country event on 16th January. Particularly to the girl’s team who came second overall and our second place girl Anna.
A big high five to our number one netball team who came first in the Netball High Five tournament on Tuesday 5 December. Team 2 played extremely well and all were a credit to our school. Team one will go forward to the High Five finals in the new year.
A big thank you to Mrs Bailey, Mrs Donoghue, Mrs Goddard and Mrs House for all their help and support at the tournament. Well done to Mrs Harris for being such a good coach.
Congratulations to our Oysters team of swimmers who took part in the Bridport Swimarathon. We are proud to announce that they have been awarded the Highest Sponsorship Junior award by the Bridport Lions Club for raising £272.50. They have been invited to a presentation evening at Highlands End Eype to receive their award.
Our Bronze Sports Ambassadors
Parrett and Axe is proud to be part of the Dorset Leadership Academy Ambassador award scheme. The scheme is aims to produce young sports leaders who will be able to support in the following areas.
- To increase participation and healthy lifestyles in their school
- To promote the positive values of sport in and through sport
- To be an ambassador and role model advocating PE and school sport
- To be the young people’s voice on PE and school sport in their school