Sports Blog

We kicked off the BSP 2019 Football League with our first away match against Northgate School. They are a strong team having won the league last year however we held our own and with three great goals from Ed and some fantastic goal keeping from Casey, the final score was 3-5 to the hosts. Well done St Michaels.

We played two more matches one away to High Wych on the 17.10.19 who were a very strong team and beat us quite soundly (10-1) but we triumphed against St Andrews winning 5-3 at home on the 22.10.19.

Birchwood Sports Partnership Football League Autumn 2019

Our two final matches of the Autumn League were against The Reedings School in Sawbridgeworth where we held a firm defence and were level until the last five minutes when an injury meant we conceded a goal and then a penalty followed. The games ended up as a 3-0 defeat but the quality of play from our team should have reflected a different result.

Our final match for the league was against Windhill 21 at home on the 12.11.19 and was kindly supervised by Mr Barnet. We achieved a 5-2 victory which was a great way to end.

Final Results.....................we can third in the league which is a great achievement! Watch this space for news about the The Summer Term League.

Birchwood Sports Partnership Year 5/6 Tag Rugby Tournament 2019


The Year 6 class accompanied by Mrs Hopkinson and Miss Simpson attended the first BSP competition of the year which was the Year 5/6 Tag Rugby Festival organised by Saracens Rugby Club and held at BSRFC. We were split into 3 squads of 10 pupils and took it in turns to play games of 7 a side. each squad played five 15 minute games, winning and loosing roughly an equal amount. It is the biggest tournament of the year with between 20 and 30 squads competing so a huge amount of planning for the organisers. It was a fun, fast and exhausting but the pupils conducted themselves impeccably and there were lots of tales to be told on our weary walk back to school!


Birchwood Games 2019

The Year 3's enjoyed a fun afternoon of golf, tennis, bench ball and many other activities in the annual Birchwood Games held this year in the Autumn Term. As you can see from the photos lots of skills were put into action and a fun if not exhausting afternoon was had by all.


BSP Tri Golf Competition

Ten children represented the class at a Tri-golf festival held at Birchwood High School. The children had the opportunity to take part in a rotation of 9 games, involving skills of putting and chipping, and played brilliantly throughout, working well as a team and improving their skills with each game. They were delighted to achieve second place out of 11 local schools taking part and were proud to have been fantastic sporting ambassadors for our school. Mrs Snelling, who accompanied the children, commented that she was very impressed with their behaviour and achievements, and she was also delighted to be greeted by past St. Michael’s students who are now Birchwood Sports leaders, continuing to ‘make a difference’ after they have left our school.


BSP Cheerleading Competition 2019

Chanting

Pompom waving

Balancing feats

Brilliant finale

Well done to our fabulous cheerleading squad who took part in the annual BSP competition at Birchwood School. Cheering, chanting and performing their way through a series of amazing acrobatic feats, they performed brilliantly and although the trophy eluded us for another year they certainly showed Bishop's Stortford what St Michaels's girls are made of!

BSP Rapid Fire Cricket Tournament 4.12.19

Report by Ridley and Jenson

Some people in Year 4 got picked to take part in a Rapid Fire Cricket Tournament at H.E.C.C Herts and Essex Cricket Centre. The people were Jenson, Ridley, Joel, Rex, Isobel G, Emily, Zara and Isabelle. We played Reedings first and dreww 50-50, secondly we played High Wych B (Yr3) and we won 40-27. Unfortunately, we lost to Mandeville by 2 points (46-44). In the last game we played Albury and beat them by quite a bit (42-32). We came 3rd out of 5 other schools, Windhill coming first and Northgate second.



Hip Hop Club Christmas Showcase

Christmas Jumper-wearing Hip Hoppers treated their parents and carers to a great display of all their hard work this term in Hip Hop Club.

If you would like your child to take part, please contact the school ofice for further details.