Bee Netball 2024

On Thursday 24th April, pupils from across South Norfolk took part in our annual Year 4-6 Bee Netball Competition at the UEA, Sportspark.

 

After a short briefing regarding the rules, format of the day and most importantly our Spirit of the Games campaign for honesty. All teams were ready and eager to go from the outset and it was clear that all teams were well prepared, organised on the court and confident.

 

The tournament consisted of 2 pools with teams playing a group round robin. The sports leaders from Hobart High School umpired all the matches. After a display of excellent netball across all the courts the final was between two strong teams, Wreningham Red and Wreningham Blue who had both topped their groups. The final was closely contested with Wreningham Red victorious. Teams were presented with medals and certificates to recognise their achievement. Schools also nominated pupils who displayed excellent teamwork and honesty as part of the ‘spirit of the games’ nominations.  14 pupils were awarded ‘spirit of the games’ certificates for their excellent honesty.

 

I would like to congratulate all players who participated in the tournament, coaches and teachers who helped make the competition go so well and a fun day for all involved. The atmosphere throughout the day was amazing and it was fantastic to see so many of the pupils smiling, having fun, and enjoying playing netball with their friends.

 

Some pupil comments today

“Our highlight was shooting and socialising with friends”.

“We learnt about teamwork and the importance of positioning”.

 

Teacher feedback

“Great atmosphere and well organised”

“Its been fantastic our children have never played previously and we improved our teamwork and resilience”.

 

Big thanks to Hobart High who provided sports leaders today and well done to all schools who took part.

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