Whitemoor Academy

Whitemoor traveled to Harvey Hadden to take part in the Y5/6 Handball Competition. As the popularity of handball has risen massively in the last few years, we knew the competition from other schools was going to be tough. A high number of schools took part in the competition, meaning it

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Wollaton Park was host for the annual Y5/6 Cross Country Championships this afternoon, with lots and lots of schools (including state and private) taking part. The event was split into individual boys and girls races, with a team score calculated at the end. Although Whitemoor did not manage to gain enough

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Earlier today, our Y5/6 Basketball Team returned to the courts at Nottingham Trent University; competing in what was Whitemoor's fourth consecutive city finals.  This time around, the opposition were of a much better standard compared with the teams in our heats…  After an impressive 10-1 victory against Southglade, we went on to lose

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Over the past few years, Handball has grown and grown in popularity as a primary school sport. This was evidenced by the sheer volume of teams that entered today's Y3/4 tournament, with a record 21 teams (and over 250 children) taking part.  In the first part of the afternoon at Harvey Hadden,

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  1. Whitemoor Academy 1 – 0 Scotholme Primary Brian D   2. Whitemoor Academy 0 – 4 Claremont Primary   3. Whitemoor Academy 2 – 0 Ambleside Primary Brian D Brian D   4. Whitemoor Academy 0 – 0 Melbury Primary   5. Whitemoor Academy 0 – 1 Boys High School   Meaning we finished the tournament

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After many months of learning their routines after school, yesterday our Y3/4 Gymnastics Team traveled up to Ellis Guilford to take part in the annual Key Steps event. This year's gymnastics competitions may have taken on a different format (happening in school time as opposed to after school), yet the result for

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As reward for finishing second in our Sportshall Athletics heats (back in early November), we were invited to compete in the next round of qualifiers, held at Harvey Hadden Sports Village.  Unfortunately, the date of the semi-finals we were entered into happened to be the same date that all our Year 6s were

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Yesterday afternoon, some of our Y5/6 children traveled over to the Lee Westwood Sports Centre (NTU Clifton Campus) to take part in the first of two Basketball Tournament heats. The competition faced this year was fierce, but our team managed to make it through the whole tournament without losing a single game!

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  1. Whitemoor Academy 2 – 1 Southwark Primary Jahkyi C Brian D   2. Whitemoor Academy 1 – 1 Claremont Primary Maleeq F   3. Whitemoor Academy 2 – 0 Djanogly Strelley Academy Brian D Jahkyi C   4. Whitemoor Academy 0 – 1 Old Basford Primary   Meaning we qualified for the grand finals in

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Whitemoor Academy 4 – 0 Boys' High School Travae R Travae R Tyrai W Shalom-Chris O   Team: Mustafa K Harley J Shalom-Chris O Tyrai W Travae R Reuben K   Subs: Sam W Kyan N   Man of the Match: Mustafa K  

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St Teresa's Primary 4 – 3 Whitemoor Academy Travae R Brian D Maleeq F   Team: Elhadi M Aiden L Maleeq F Shalom-Chris O Mason T Travae R Brian D   Subs: Kavan S   Man of the Match: Maleeq F  

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Fernwood Primary 4 – 1 Whitemoor Academy Kamara J   Team: Shurti A Areeba Z Jonelle T Nevaya P Shanairi P Kamara J   Subs: J'Adore P Amelia B Sophie H   Woman of the Match: Kamara J  

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