We are delighted to announce that we have achieved the Gold School Games Mark Award for the 2017/18 academic year. The School Games Mark is a Government led award scheme launched in 2012, facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community, and we are delighted to have been recognised for our success.
The School Games is a unique opportunity to motivate and inspire millions of young people across the country to take part in more competitive school sport.
Year 3 this year took part in a ‘push up’ personal challenge. The children would meet in the hall each week for a total of 6 weeks and would try to beat their personal best score from the previous week. The children thoroughly enjoyed this task, and have continued to…For more on this news item please click here
We have continued to develop an intra-year group sports program with Y3-6 each holding an intra-year group competitive sports competition over the course of the summer term. This has ensured that all pupils have the opportunity to partake in competitive sports not just those selected to represent the school. Year…For more on this news item please click here
This summer term, all of Year 3 has been receiving tennis lessons from coaches belonging to Dukes meadows Tennis Club. 10 children were selected from the year group (5 girls and 5 boys), based on their athletic ability to take part in the annual tennis festival held at Dukes Meadows…For more on this news item please click here
We entered 1 team in this cluster level competition. This year the Cricket team has been training together since February. We were very confident of going through to the borough finals on Tuesday the 13th of June. However, despite all our efforts and winning both of our games we came…For more on this news item please click here
This cluster tournament was held at Cranford Community School and included 6 local schools. Our High-Five netball team consisted of 3 boys and 5 girls. The children were trained by Miss Smith and Mr Hollins. During this tournament, the children’s hard work, skills and knowledge paid off as APS performed…For more on this news item please click here
This week, on Wednesday 23rd January 2019, APS entered our first competition for the New Year, 10 children (5 boys and 5 girls) from year 2 took part in this Hounslow Borough Schools Primary Sports day competition, held by Pete Lammas and Sports Impact. As it was a competitive sports…For more on this news item please click here
This cluster tournament took place on Tuesday 22nd January 2019 and was held at Goals Gillette Corner and included 10 Hounslow Primary Schools, in and around our cluster. Our team of 8 girls was ably coached by Peter Hollins who holds a qualified football and referee qualification. We were doing…For more on this news item please click here
There were 10 children who took part in this competition (5 boys and 5 girls), on Monday 3rd December 2019. The children who took part had never represented APS in any sports competition before and this was an opportunity for us to be inclusive in our competitive sport provision. The…For more on this news item please click here
Alexandra took part in this year’s Boccia tournament on Thursday 8th November. This cluster tournament was introduced to primary schools to encourage and involve children with special educational needs. We decided to enter both an A and B team, which consisted of a mixture of 12 boys and girls across…For more on this news item please click here
On Thursday 18th October we attended the Year 5/6 Best Football cluster tournament, which was held at Cranford Community College and included 6 other local schools. Our team was ably coached by Peter Hollins who holds a credited football referee and coaching certificate. We took along with us an A…For more on this news item please click here