Wednesday, 12 February 2014

Boys B team v Windermere

The boys B team played Windermere on Monday.  The boys worked hard and had a couple of unlucky misses, but Windermere were the stronger team and unfortunately we lost 4-0. 

Football League Results

Here are the current league results as at 10th February for girls' and boys' football.  Well done to all the players who have contributed to these results and shown fantastic team spirit in the matches.  Also thanks to all the parents who have come to support.

Boys A team 3rd in the league  
Boys B team 5th in the league
Girls team 2nd in the league.

Mrs Astley

Friday, 7 February 2014

St Albans City Footballers visit

On Friday we were lucky to have Laurence Levy, co-owner of St Albans City Football Club, James Gray, manager  and Ben Martin, player and club captain visiting the school and talk
to the children about leading health lives through good eating habits and being active.   The children all enjoyed listening and had the opportunity to ask questions.
Pictured: Laurence Levy, James Gray, Ben Martin, Tom Norman and members of the girls' and boys' football teams: Charlotte, Courtney, Ellen , Abi, Teddy, James, Noah and Jamie

Monday, 3 February 2014

Free Children's Football Tickets

On Friday 7th February, St Albans City Football Club will be visiting Bernard's Heath Junior School during assembly. They will be issuing free tickets, one for each child in the school.  The tickets will entitle the children to free entry to the St Albans v Weymouth match 3pm kick off on Saturday 8th February.  
Please note that adults will still have to pay full entry to the match.

Sunday, 2 February 2014

Football match v London Colney

Last week the boys B team played a league game against London Colney.  The boys fought hard and had a few shots in an evenly matched game.  Unfortunately the size of the goals (they were very small) really prevented either team from scoring, so that the match ended 0-0.

Girls Football game v St Albans and St Stephens

The girls football team played a league game against St Albans and St Stephens.  Unlike other games they had to play on astro-turf, which took some getting used to as the ball moved much quicker. Although the girls played very well, the final score was 3-0 to SAS.

Team Photo
Team Talk