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P.E and Sport 2017/18

Cross Country Competition

13th March 2018


This evening children from KS2 took part in their first cross country race of the season. In conditions suitable for ducks, all teams were raring to go in front of the huge crowds gathered down at The Mystery Park, Wavertree. The four teams selected to represent our school ran their hearts out, showing the attitude and determination which makes us all here at Northway School very very proud, and to top off an amazing evening, one of our Year 6 boys placed second earning himself a silver medal. Well done boys and girls!


Congratulations to our Year 5 and below boys team, our Year 6 boys team and those individuals who made it through to the Cross Country City Finals being held this Tuesday (20/03/2018) down at The Mystery Park. 



Liverpool Football Tournament 

5th March 2018


This morning some of our Year 6 boys played in the annual LFC Football Tournament held down at Liverpool FC Academy, Kirkby. The competition was split into two mini leagues with each team playing 6 games. Overall our children put on an excellent display showing great teamwork and fantastic sportsmanship. Unfortunately with 2 losses to our name we were unable to progress any further in the tournament however, each boy should be proud of the way in which they represented our school. Well done, boys. 





Sportshall Athletics Competition

30th January 2018


This morning some of our Year 3 and 4 pupils attended the LSSP Sportshall Athletics competition held at the Academy of St. Nicholas. Made up of several track and field events, children got the chance to compete against a number of other schools. All the children in attendance, many taking part in a competitive event for the first time, performed at such a high standard making us all here at Northway very proud. Unfortunately, only the top team qualified for the city finals. Well done you should all be very proud of yourselves.



Tennis Roadshow

Wednesday 24th January


This morning our friends from the Liverpool Tennis Centre popped in to deliver some fun and exciting tennis activities. All out children from Reception and KS1 got to take part in the sessions delivered by Coach Phil. It is safe to say all children had a wonderful morning and were all invited to their FREE open day (details below).


Where: Liverpool Tennis Centre, Wavertree Sports Park, Wellington Rd, Liverpool L15 4LE.


When: Saturday 27th January from 12pm - 1.30pm or 2.30pm - 4pm

            Sunday 28th January from 11.30am - 1pm





Basketball Competition

Wednesday 10th January


This morning some of our Year 5 and 6 took part in a basketball competition run by LSSP and the Mersey Mavericks down at St. Margaret's School. With most the children new to competitive sport outside of school it was a great experience for all the children involved. The competition was played as round robin allowing all children to experience the sport and all schools to play one another. Unfortunately, we did not progress to the finals however; all the children had a brilliant time and showed excellent sportsmanship and great respect to those officiating the games.








Waterpolo Competition

11th December 2017


On this cold and frosty morning, children from Years 5 and 6 made their way down to the Liverpool Aquatics Centre to take part in the annual Waterpolo Competition. With the newly adapted rules and the pool at a greater depth to previous years, the children took while to settle down and play at their usual high standard, losing the first game. However, they soon came back to win their second with two good goals from Orlando. Unfortunately, with such a high quality of opposition we did not manage to progress to the city finals but with a high level of enthusiasm for the sport I'm sure we will be back again in 2018. Well done boys and girls! 





Mosspits Lane Primary vs Northway Primary

30th November 2017


Tonight, our Year 4&5 boys played their first competitive football match of the year against Mosspits Lane. A great team performance saw our boys win the game 7-1, with a brace from Alfie, four goals, yes four, from Ethan and one for Sonny midway through the second half. Well done boys, a very impressive showing!





Sportshall Athletics Competition

15th November 2017


This morning 18 of our Year 5 and 6 pupils attended the LSSP Sportshall Athletics competition held at St Francis Xavier's College. Made up of several track and field events, children competed against various other schools giving it their all throughout the morning session. Out of a very competitive line up, Northway children were able to perform and come 3rd overall. Unfortunately, only the top team qualified for the city finals however, all of the children did a fantastic job in representing themselves and Northway School. Well done you should all be very proud of yourselves.





New Age Kurling City Finals

13th October 2017


Today four of our KS2 children took part in a New Age Kurling City Finals at Notre Dame Catholic College. In what were to be several tense and tactical games played Northway were unable to make it through to the next stages of the competition. However, as always the children taking part were fantastic and their behaviour was second to none making us all here at Northway very very proud.  



New Age Kurling Competition

28th September 2017


Today KS2 children took part in a New Age Kurling Competition at The Academy of St. Nicholas. New to the sport all children adapted quickly and started to get the hang of what can be a tricky game. With the heats complete, Northway B progressed to the 3rd and 4th place play-off game whilst Northway A progressed to the final. In what were two tense games Northway B finished a very respectable 3rd in the competition and Northway A came out as eventual winners with a score of 5 stones to 1 therefore, making their way through to the city finals.




Dodgeball Competition

27th September 2017


Today, boys and girls from years 5 and 6 attended the LSSP dodgeball competition down at Calderstones Secondary School. After a short introduction to the rules the children were ready to go. With balls flying everywhere, at what seemed like break neck speed, the games were close and as tense as you would expect in such a competitive sport. Although we were unable to make it through to the semi-finals the children were a credit to our school in the way they behaved and acted within the games and towards the umpires and pupils from the other schools. Well done boys and girls!