The runners represented the school very well with special mentions to Ella (y6) for her 4th place finish, Hayden 14th, Jake 17th place, Ruby for her 20th place and an extra special mention to Aimee for her superb effort after leading her race only to be injured midway through but having the grit to finish strongly.
Here’s a write up of the victorious girls from Monday!!
The Bishop Harvey Goodwin y5/6 girls football team came top of their group at Monday’s annual tournament at RRCA to qualify for the County Finals in Barrow next month.
From their six group games the girls won 3 (M/Mary’s 4-0, Shankhill 1-0 and Inglewood 1-0) and drew 3 (0-0 Brook St, 0-0 Norman St and 0-0 Belle Vue) to top their group and not concede a goal in the process! Well done girls and good luck in the next round!
Sporting Event with Invictus Games Athlete
The School was very excited to welcome GB Wheelchair Rugby Player Stuart Robinson to the school on Friday, 13 October. Stuart was a Royal Air Force Regiment Force Protection multiple commander from 1999 until 2013. Injured in Afghanistan in 2013, Stuart had to have both legs amputated. Since then, Stuart turned to wheelchair rugby and competed in the Invictus Games in 2014.
Stuart led a sponsored fitness circuit with all pupils, and a follow-up with a talk and question and answer session. The aim of the event was to inspire the pupils to take up sport generally, but just as importantly to encourage them to discover and then pursue their passion in life.
On Wednesday 4th September, the girls football team went to play football at Harraby 3G pitches as part of the Cumberland FA girls football festival.
As well as Norman Street and Pennine Way, the school teams played each other twice in testing rainy conditions but had a great time playing a sport they all love.
Well done girls for some fantastic performances and thank you to Jess Nelson at the Cumberland FA for organising the event.
On Tuesday 26th September, the school year 5/6 boys football team took part in a football competition at Richard Rose Central.
The nine man team did really well in their six group games – winning 3, drawing 1 and losing 2 along the way, displaying both excellent team and individual skill along the way.
The results read BHG 0-2 Inglewood, BHG 2-0 Norman Street, BHG 0-0 Scotby, BHG 4-0 Margaret Mary’s, BHG 0-2 Stanwix and BHG 1-0 R Ferguson, so BHG finished 3rd in a tough group with 10 points. A massive well done and thank you to the team for their efforts on and off the pitch.
Mr S Fraser
Bishop Goodwin recently took part in a y3/4 hockey competition at Caldew School. The team of six players played four group games – winning a respectable three of those to come runners up in their group.
The team of Chelsey, Keeley, Holly, Tyler, Bobby and Louie represented the school magnificently both on and off the pitch and we thank you for your hard work. Well done guys!
Bishop Harvey Goodwin took part on Thursday morning in the annual year 3/4 tennis competition held at Chatsworth Tennis Club. The team of two boys and two girls played seven games each displaying some great shots as well as representing the school magnificently. A big well done to Liam, Georgia, Kyle and Lily.
Year 3/4 Football Tournament
The Bishop Harvey Goodwin School took part in the annual Year 3/4 Bob Simons football tournament last Monday at Richard Rose Central and displayed exemplary behaviour both on and off the pitch coming runners up.
The team played seven games in total – winning five, drawing one and losing one and playing some great football drawing complimentary comments from other coaches. Goal of the day has to go to Tyler E for his diving heading winner v Belle Vue!
So a big well done to Aimee, Bobby, Lewis, Charlie, Bobby, Tyler, Jake, Owen, Tyler and Louie – Mr Fraser and the school are very proud of your efforts.
Feet for Football
On Friday the 28th April we were lucky enough to be joined by a football coach from feet 4 football for the whole day.
He worked with each class in turn to develop their football skills. All of the children seemed to enjoy the experience in particular the Reception children.
We would like to thank Mrs Hadden from Reception for this donation as a result of her own competition win.
A GREAT RESULT
On Friday afternoon, a team of y5/6 Bishop Goodwin children took part in the annual swimming gala at the Pools.
Both the boys and the girls teams did the school proud with their efforts in a competitive field, with the girls achieving two 3rd place finishes and the whole team finishing a great 4th in the cannon race where all eight take part.
This was the first time the school has taken part in the event and the children responded to the challenge exceptionally well. Well done team!
A big congratulations to the year 3/4 girls football team as they were victorious at their tournament at Robert Ferguson school on Monday afternoon.
After coming through their group with a win and two draws, the girls progressed to the next round with a nervy penalty shoot out three way tie with Belle Vue and Kingmoor.
So it was onto the next round with Belle Vue, Stanwix and Hayton. The girls getting a draw against Hayton and wins against Belle Vue and Stanwix to win the annual tournament and now progress onto the county finals to represent Carlisle.
A big well done to the year 1/2 gymnastics team that took part in the Key Steps gymnastics competition held at Carlisle gym on Wednesday 8th March.
The girls had been practising really hard ready for the event and we eagerly await the results of their hard work. Well done to Nikita, Summer-Jade, Maisie, Bryony and Terriana. Mr Fraser and the school are very proud of your efforts.
WELL PLAYED GIRLS
The Bishop Harvey Goodwin girls football team played on Saturday 4th February at the Sands Centre 5-a-side tournament and although the girls didn’t make it out their tough group, the girls represented the school magnificently both on and off the pitch. Well done girls!
Cumbria County Finals
LETS HEAR IT FOR THE GIRLS!!
The girls football team from Bishop Goodwin travelled to Barrow-on-Furness on Saturday to compete in the Cumbria county finals.
The team represented the school admirably both on and off the pitch and although the team didn’t win the tournament, much praise goes to the girls for all their efforts.
Well done girls – Mr Fraser and the school are very proud of you!!
News and Star 5-a-side football tournament
BOYS GIVE IT A GOOD SHOT!
The boys football team from Bishop Harvey Goodwin on Saturday 21st January took part in the News and Star 5-a-side football tournament at the Sands Centre.
The team played 4 games – winning one, drawing one and losing two but represented the school with great pride and passion – well done boys!
Carlisle South Cluster League Girls Football Festival
The Bishop Harvey Goodwin girls football team last Thursday (19th) took part in the annual Carlisle South cluster league girls football festival held at the sands centre.
The event brings together girls from schools in the local area to take part in non competitive football matches – with each player receiving a medal and certificate for taking part.
Well done to Aimee, Ella, Skye, Candice, Maddy, Nicole, Faye, Emmie, Ruby and Izzie. You are a credit to the school.
On Wednesday 16th November a team of 12 athletes from Years 5 and 6 took part in the Sportshall indoor athletics competition at the Sands Centre.
The children took part in many aspects of track and field including relay, long jump, chest push, triple jump and javelin.
This is the first time Bishop Goodwin have taken part in the event and all pupils came away happy and excited at the thrill of taking part.
So a big thank you and well done to Travis, Ford, Gemma, Rachel, Anna, Taylor, Warren, Denis, Alex, Lola, Kelsey and Ellie – you all performed exceptionally and behaved impeccably. The school are proud of you!
Girls Football Team
As part of preparation for their upcoming Cumbria county finals, the BHG girls football team took on St Margaret Mary’s on Tuesday (8th November).
The Bishop girls won the game 3-0 thanks to goals from Skye but the match proved to be useful as they prepare to get ready for the finals in Dalton.
Girl of the game was Madi. Well done!
Cross Country Competition
Eleven children from The Bishop Harvey Goodwin school took part in the annual Carlisle schools cross country competition at Richard Rose Morton school last Thursday (3rd November).
All runners represented the school superbly in their respective races and were a credit to the school for their behaviour and determination with over 100 runners in each race.
The boys today Saturday 24th September played 5 games – won 2 games (Belle Vue, Brook St) drew 1 (Inglewood) and lost 2 (Newlaithes and Robert Ferguson).
Ben Sword, Jack Peel, Callum Errington, Mikey Batey, Layton Burgess, Taylor Ulyart, Oakley Spence, Liam McCluskey, Lewis Mellor, Tyler Flannery played today – all giving fantastic efforts all round.
Girls gain another Good-win
The Bishop Goodwin girls football team were finalists in the annual Carlisle football tournament after coming through a tough group after wins over Norman St, Stanwix and Brook St and a hard fought draw against Kingmoor.
The final was a bridge too far for the girls as they lost 3-0 to Hayton but qualify for the girls Cumbria county finals in November.
Well done Lexie, Candice, Skye, Emmie, Ella, Madi, Aimee, Faye and Nicole.
We have lots going on in the world of sport at The Bishop Harvey Goodwin School.
Year 1-3 have had a fantastic start working with Guy and Megan to develop the skills needed to play hockey. We have been playing lots of team games and are looking forward to beginning using the hockey sticks in the coming weeks. It’s great to see most of the pupils with their P.E kits in school.
Lunch time clubs have started on a Tuesday (KS1) and a Wednesday (KS2) with Guy and Mr Fraser. Key stage one have been looking at ‘multi skills’ and KS2 have been playing Kwik Cricket. These are drop in sessions and anyone can join in at any time. We hope to see you there!
We love the lunch time clubs:
“I love having a lunch time club because it is lots of fun and everyone gets to join in.” ~ Courtney
“He teaches us good games and skills like how to run fast and how to pass the ball correctly.” ~Sienna
“This week we have been working on our ball skills and playing games which is also good for sharing. It’s fun to have a lunch time club and we get to exercise and keep healthy.” ~ Tillie
A team of two boys and two girls (all from y4) went to Bitts Park tennis courts this morning to take part in the annual y3/4 tennis tournament and in which in really hot conditions played really well and represented the school magnificently.
Unfortunately after being involved in close games the team didn’t reach the final but played with tremendous effort and dedication. Really big well done to the efforts of Noah, Warren, Ellie and Darcy.
The Yr3/4 Bishop Goodwin hockey team of Asha, Ella, Nicole, Charlie, Hayden and Taylor took part in a tournament at William Howard School this morning (Wed 4th May) and really represented the school fantastically – winning two games and displaying exemplary behaviour.
Bishop Goodwin beat Brampton and Cumwhinton schools before heroic defeats to Robert Ferguson and Belle Vue but all players had a fantastic time – well done guys!
Well done to the Year 3/4 Girls football team .They did an excellent job in their tournament at Harraby 3G winning one v Brook st, drawing two v Stanwix and Inglewood to make the semi finals but lost to eventual winners Longtown 2-0.
The Year 3/4 Bishop Boys Win ‘Carlisle Schools Bob Simons Event’ 19th March 2016
The team of Taylor Ullyart, Lewis Mellor, Denis Paupera, Hayden Rowe, Harry Crook, Tyler Flannery, Oakley Spence (y4), Jake Robley and Bobby Roberts (y3) came through a hard group featuring Scotby, Longtown, Yewdale and Austin Friars without conceding a goal.
The semi final against Norman St finished 1-1 so went to penalties with Taylor in goal being the star.
The final against Kingmoor was close but the class from Currock shone through.
Well done boys!
Another exciting day of sport…. 23rd March 2016
Ella Porter, Alex Warwick, Hayden Rowe, Rachel Morris, Travis Bennett and Kaitlyn Cook all took part in the annual Carlisle primary schools cross country event after being selected from keen runners who attended the recent after school running club.
All runners did superbly well, putting all their efforts in and the Bishop Harvey Goodwin School are incredibly proud of all of them.
Ella Porter after finishing an amazing fourth in her race. Well done Ella!
Our budding runners. Well done guys!
KS1 Gymnastics competition 23/02/16
A huge well done to the girls for Year 2 who took part in the Key Steps Gymnastics Competition on Tuesday 23rd February 2016. This is the first time in a long time we have entered a KS1 competition! The girls were brilliant and represented the school in an excellent manner. Well done!
Football 16th January 2016
Well done to all of the footballers who have been competing at the Sands Centre J
Saturday 16th January – Sands Centre 5-a-side mixed tournament.
Back (L to R) Eloise, Jake, Josh, Josh E.
Front (L to R) Jack, Taylor and Ben
Saturday 30th January – Sands Centre 5-a-side girls tournament.
Back (L to R) Maisie, Eloise and Skye
Front (L to R) Kaitlyn, Aimee and Ella
The Key Stage One children are really looking forward to working with our sports coach Guy this term. The children will be practising and refining their bowling, batting and catching skills to play cricket later on in the term.
November 2015 Dance Factor
Well done to all of the Year 6 pupils who took part in the recent Dance Factor competition. A lot of time, preparation and rehearsals went into this.
You all did a great job, well done!
June 2015 – Cumberland FA Coach
We are very lucky to have been selected to have a Cumberland F.A Football coach come into our school to deliver football to a number of classes. The children are really enjoying the lessons so far as you can see from the pictures….
Northern Finals Football Competition Manchester March 21st 2015
The Bishop Harvey Goodwin girls football team on Saturday 21st March travelled to Wright Robinson sports college in Manchester to compete in the Danone U11 girls Northern finals representing Cumbria.
After an early start, the girls excitedly made their trip to the east side of Manchester, looking forward to the day.
When the girls got there many schools were there ready to represent various areas of Northern England.
The girls faced Ovingham School from Northumberland in their first game, unfortunately conceding two early goals and after a positive second half lost 2-0.
In the second game BHG faced Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Primary School who were representing West Yorkshire and after having many attempts on goal and possession lost 1-0.
The third game brought the girls from Currock up against Wrenbury of Cheshire, again after many shots on goal and attacking lost the game 2-0.
The forth and final game saw BHG play Shawlands of South Yorkshire, a game that saw the girls go 1-0 up at half time thanks to Kali’s goal but Shawlands responded well and ran out 2-1 winners.
An incredible day for all and everyone at the school is proud of the girls efforts. Well done girls.
GIRLS FOOTBALL COUNTY FINALS, DALTON – Sat 11th Oct
The Bishop Harvey Goodwin school girls football team travelled to George Romney school in Dalton-in-Furness to compete in the County finals of the u11 schools tournament.
The girls had three group games; St Beghs of Whitehaven, George Romney and Dane Ghyll (both Barrow district schools).
Bishop Goodwin won their first game 3-1 after being a goal behind but managed to compose themselves to the early shock of conceding.
The girls then drew 0-0 in their next game v George Romney, the host school, after launching wave after wave of attack but couldn’t find their way through a stubborn George Romney defence.
Going into the final group game, the girls knew that thanks to other results going their way, both BHG and their opponents, Dane Ghyll, would be progressing to the semi finals, it was just a case of who would top the group. The game finished 0-0 so it would be Bishop Goodwin who would top the group and play the runners up from the other group.
Sir John Barrow school from Ulverston would present the next opponents for Bishop Goodwin. The girls from Currock winning 1-0.
So it was to be a final v South Walney, the team that had knocked the school out the competition twelve months before.
After withstanding early South Walney pressure, Bishop Goodwin went on to win the final 3-0.
A fabulous effort from Jodie, Macy, Melissa, Rachel, Eloise, Caitlin, Keira, Sammi and Kali, who now move onto the Northern area finals in Spring 2015. Well done girls!
BOYS FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT – Saturday 27th Sept
The boys Bishop Goodwin school football team competed in the recent Carlisle u11 heats held at Robert Ferguson school.
The team played group games v Belle Vue (lost 0-1), Thomlinson jr(0-2), Scotby (0-1) and gained a creditable 1-1 with Norman St with Jacob scoring the goal.
A big thank you and well done to Tyler, Lewis, Lewi, Elliot, Jacob, Dylan, Charlie and Josh for all their efforts.
GIRLS FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT (Carlisle heats) – Fri 26th Sept
The Bishop Harvey Goodwin school girls football team recently travelled to nearby Robert Ferguson school to take part in the Carlisle heats of the U11 tournament.
After winning their group games versus Cumwhinton and Kingmoor, Bishop Goodwin moved on to play Yewdale in the semi-final. After a hard fought game, Bishop Goodwin came out of the game victorious and would play Longtown in the final.
Bishop Goodwin won the final 3-0, meaning that Bishop Goodwin were Carlisle champions and in the meantime scoring in every game and conceding no goals in the process and would then move on to playing in the County finals in Dalton.
A big well done to Jodie, Macy, Kali, Melissa, Caitlin, Rachel, Sammi, Keira and Eloise.