Sport at Wood End is thriving! Pupils and staff alike are enthusiastic about P.E. and extra curricular activities. All children are involved in two hours of high quality P.E. lessons each week, one of which is taught by a specialist P.E. teacher. There are many extra-curricular clubs ranging from football and running club to street dance and karate. On the competition front, all year groups have the opportunity to compete in tournaments throughout the year.
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Community Running Club
Please refer to the school newsletter for information regarding dates. The club is open to all Wood End children along with their families and is run by parents. It takes place on Tuesday mornings on the field, starting at 8.10am and finishing at 8.40am promptly. There is no fee to attend and families can simply turn up. All children below Year 3 must be accompanied by a family member. It is hoped that by attending weekly sessions you can improve fitness, have fun and socialise with fellow students and parents.
There will be a ¼ mile loop around the field for participants to run, jog or walk. Distance awards will be available for children depending on the metres covered throughout the term. The club will take place on a Tuesday irrespective of the weather.
Tuesday 19th October 2021 - Saracens rugby festival at Harpenden RFC
All twenty children represented our school with great pride and enjoyed taking part in lots of games.
Girl's Football League - Winners 2021
Friday 24th September
Wood End 1-0 Harpenden Academy; Wood End 5-0 Manland; Wood End 2-0 St Dominic
Thursday 30th September
Wood End 3-0 Roundwood; Wood End 1-0 The Lea; Wood End 2-1 Redbourn
Wednesday 6th October 2021
Wood End 2-0 The Grove; Wood End 4-1 Sauncey Wood
Tuesday 12th October 2021
Wood End 4-0 Crabtree; Wood End 0-0 Beech Hyde; Wood End 1-1 High Beeches
For the past four weeks, Wood End have competed in the years 5 and 6 girls football league. After playing six away matches and five home matches, Wood End were unbeaten, as they won nine out of the eleven matches and drew two. Playing in all weathers, Wood End defeated the Grove 2-0 and managed a 4-0 win against Crabtree. Ending the league with thirty points, the team came first by eleven points – to High Beeches’ nineteen points in second place. What a fantastic way to begin the sporting season!
Isabel Hedge, Y6 Oak