- Year 1 98.2%
- Year 2 95%
- Year 3 98.2%
- Year 4 97.3%
- Year 5 98.2%
- Year 6 96.5%
- Year 7 94.5%
Kinball Taster Session, Friday 9th March, 2018
On Friday, Year 5 and Year 3 were visited by an Outside provider who taught the children all about a new, slightly unusual game called Kinball.
Kinball is a game played by three teams where the aim of the game is to keep the over-sized ball off the ground.
After several ball familiarity drills, the children took part in some actual Kinball games and a great deal of fun and enjoyment was had by all.
Year 6 Football at The Liverpool F.C. Academy, Monday 5th March, 2018.
On Monday 5th March, some Year 6 children from School attended at The Liverpool F.C. Academy to take part in an Inter School 7-a-side Football Competition.
Placed In a group with five other Schools, Phoenix Primary won one game and lost four. However, this was still a very good performance from the team who have not had a lot of Football this year. There were very good performances from Abass and Emma in particular.
Results aside, this was still a great experience for our children playing, on superb 4G pitches at The Liverpool F.C. Academy, a venue where Liverpool F.C. are aiming to produce young players who will graduate to their Reserve and 1st Teams.
Well done all.
Year 5 & 6 Table Tennis Competition Thursday 1st March, 2018 @ Calderstones School.
On Thursday 1st March, some Year 5 and 6 children from School, attended at an Inter School Table Tennis competition. The children who participated were those who had been attending an after School Table Tennis Club run by Mr Finlay on a Tuesday night.
After only three weeks of practice and playing, the children came up against some very strong players from other Schools. However, each child won at least one match, which was very pleasing.
Unfortunately, we did not manage to progress through from the Group Stages, but it was a very worthwhile learning experience for the children and a lot of fun and enjoyment was had by all.
On Wednesday 10th January, 2018, a team of 8 children from Phoenix Primary School attended at St Margaret's Academy, Liverpool, to take part in a Basketball competition, the winners of which would progress to the City Finals.
Phoenix Primary were in Pool 1 and played 4 matches against other local Schools. After those matches we returned figures of Played 4, Won 3 and Drawn 1. This meant the children qualified for the semi-finals as Pool Winners.
In the semi -finals we played Childwall C of E Primary School B team, the runners up in Pool 2. After a very close game, with chances at either basket, the semi-final finished 0-0, which meant a sudden death set shot shoot out - 3 players from each team shooting off individually against each other.
After both Schools had had their 3 shots, the scores were tied at 2-2. Each School then nominated a 4th and 5th player to shoot off against each other. After 5 shots each, the scores were tied at 3-3, which meant it went to sudden death (first to score) with the original No.1 sudden death players again shooting off against each other. Unfortunately, the Phoenix attempt looped out and the Childwall attempt was successful, which meant Childwall progressed to the Final.
Although the children were very disappointed at losing in the semi-finals, they performed brilliantly. The were unbeaten throughout the entire competition and only lost by the narrowest of margins. Many positives can be taken from the competition and everyone should be very proud of how they performed.
Year 3/4 Girls Football , Wednesday 13th December, 2017.
On Wednesday 13th December some Year 3 & 4 girls attended at the Toxteth Firefit Hub to take part in an Inter School 6-a-side indoor football competition. For most children, this was the first time they had competed for the school in a sports competition.
After some very close matches, with only the odd goal in it, Phoenix Primary School unfortunately failed to progress from the Group Stages. However, a great afternoon was had by all who took part and some valuable experience has been gained for future competitions.
Well done to all those who took part.