8 Year 6 boys are taking part in a local football league. Well done to the team on winning the first match 2 - 1 against St Margaret's Junior School.
Year 3/4 Tri-Golf Festival
12 children took part in a Medway Schools Tri-Golf festival. The team came 2nd overall and in June are going to represent Medway at the Kent School Games. Well done everyone!
Mini Youth Games Hockey
8 children from Year 5 and 6, and 1 girl from Year 4, represented Fairview at the MYG Hockey tournament. The team did brilliantly, winning 5, drawing 1 and losing 2 games. Final placing - 7th out of 54 schools. An amazing achievement, well done!
Cross Country League
Year 5 and 6 are taking part in a Medway Cross Country League. After 2 races we are 4th in the league. We have 2 more races after Christmas so keep up the running until then. Well done to everyone that has taken part but specially to Emma Hughes who is 2nd in the girls league and Kayden who is currently 5th.
Mini Youth Games Basketball
10 Year 6 children took part in MYG Basketball on Thursday 2nd November. The team won 5, drew 1 and lost 2 games finishing 8th out of 50 schools. Kayden and Chloe were spotted by coaches as children that showed potential in Basketball. Mrs Chapman is very proud of you all for your effort and behaviour. Well done!!
The football team played their second game in the league against Parkwood on Wednesday 8th November. Unfortunately they lost 3-2.
After School Girls and Boys Football Club with Players Elite Academy
16 boys and 9 girls have been enjoying Wednesday nights football club with Andy and Stevie from Players Elite Academy. Check out their skills in the slide show below.
Big School Swim
1 class from Year 4 and 6 took part in the Big School Swim on Wednesday 8th November. Please have a look if you are in the picture on the link below.
Kent Schools Cross Country Championships
On Saturday 18th November we took 33 children to the Cross Country Championships at Detling Showground. Detling is always a tough course and this year it was no easier due to the length of the grass! Special mention should go to Luke who came 3rd out of 175 in the Year 3 boys race! We had some good team results too. Luke, Samuel and Joseph came 6th out of 25 in the Year 3 boys team race. Isabella T, Sophie and Brooke came 6th out of 24 in the Year 3 girls team race. Daniel, Oliver and Aaron came 14th out of 30 in the Year 4 boys team race. Cara, Emilia and Ruby 10th out of 22 in the Year 4 team race and Joshua, Harry P and Otega came 15th out of 29 in their team race. Well done to everyone that took part and to your parents for bringing you.
On Thursday 23rd November, 8 Year 6 children represented Fairview at the MYG. Victories over Burnt Oak, High Halstow, Byrony and St Benedichs saw the children in 6th place at lunch, but difficult opposition in the afternoon meant we lost a few games leaving us 14th out of 42 schools. Well done to everyone involved in the day. Another successful festival.
Year R Fairview Mile
On Monday 8th January Year R had their first experience of the Fairview Mile. All the children were very excited to run 2 laps around the school field with their teachers and TA's. We had lots of fun and laughter along with a few achy legs! Well done to everyone in Year R. We hope you continue to enjoy running throughout the year.
Year 5/6 Sports Hall Athletics
18 Year 5 and 6 children took part in the Howard School Sports Partnership Sports Hall Athletics Festival at Medway Park. The children ran laps of the track, jumped over hurdles and threw balls to gain points for their team. Well done to Chloe H and Emma H for winning the 2 x 6 lap relay.
Staff Table Tennis Tournament
16 staff members have entered this, and the final was played on Friday 16th December in front of the children from Phoenix and Victory houses. Mr Hare won the spectacular trophy, with Mrs Panton being a worthy runner-up as it was an exciting final
Fairview is the first school in Medway to sign up to a commitment for every child to walk / run a mile each week. Here are some pictures from our first week.
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