Thursday 16th January – KS1/2 New Age Kurling Competition 

Monday 20th January – Year 3&4 Bee Netball Competition 
Wednesday 29th January – Year 5&6 Badminton Competition
Tuesday 4th February – Year 5&6 Bee Netball Competition 
Wednesday 12th February – Year 1 All Stars Cricket Event 
Thursday 27th February – Year 1&2 Bee Netball Festival 
Friday 6th March – Year 3/4 & 5/6 Tag Rugby MegaFest
Wednesday 11th March – Year 5&6 Girls Tag Rugby (Berkshire School Games)
Friday 13th March – Year 5&6 Hockey Competition 
Thursday 19th March – Year 2 All Stars Cricket Event 
Wednesday 1st April – Year 1&2 Infant Legacy Event 
Thursday 2nd April – KS2/KS3 SEND Golf Festival 

Year 5/Year 6 – Netball Marish Vs. Ryvers

On Thursday 30th January, The Year 5&6 Marish Netball team travelled to Ryvers for an exciting league fixture. Showing lots of teamwork, communication and determination the netball team came out a massive 21-2 Winners! An amazing start to our netball league fixtures! A big well done to Aleesha, Sana, Natalia, Jesmen, Unique, Alvina and Shristi P 

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KS1/2 Boccia – Resource Base

On Tuesday 26th November 2019, Marish Resource Base represented us at the Boccia competition hosted at Wexham Secondary School. Karan, Yusuf, Asad, Julia, Olivia, Sufyan, Dawid, Ameema and Mohammed Umar who all showed great sportsmanship throughout the competition.

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Year 3&4 Football Competition

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Year 3&4 Cricket Skills Festival

On Thursday 2nd May Marish participated in Year 3&4 Cricket Skills Competition held at Slough Cricket Club. Marish had to complete two circuits of four different cricket skills stations, with this trying there best to get as many points on the board to progress to the Berkshire School Games. A Massive well done to Chidimma Oluoha, Shaheer Cheema, Amber Oliver, Josh Laptalis, Zaid Lewis, Myles Palfrey, Nihaal Rasheed, Rayan Sellali, Jodeci Mclean, Sienna Murray, Demi Stevens, Zameer Azizi who all took part. Marish in the end coming 5th out of 13 different  schools.   

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Year 5&6 Girls Hockey Competition

On Friday 22nd March, Marish & Willow participated in the Girls Hockey Competition held at Slough Hockey Club. Willow competed well within the event, however they didn’t manage to make it out of the group stages. Marish had difficult but amazing start as they were able to win two matches in a row 1-0 & 1-0. With this the winning mentality stayed and eventually the Marish girls made it into the final. Unfortunately they were unable to beat a well drilled and trained Long Close side, but what an amazing achievement. Well done to everyone who was involved.

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PE Lessons

Year 1 PE

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Year 4 PE

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Year 6 PE

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We are pleased to of had some wonderful coverage in the Slough Observer this week celebrating our success in achieving our School Games Gold Kite Mark awards- for commitment to School Sport and Competition.In addition,we are also celebrated with our tremendous success in being crowned National School of the Year and Mr Elwell being awarded School Advocate of the Year at the recent Create Development Awards.

Resource Base PE

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Gold Schools Kitemark

There were only 3 schools to receive this award in Slough, Marish and Willow being two of them.

The School Games Mark is a Government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. Schools in England are able to assess themselves across bronze, silver and gold levels.

In order to gain the Gold Kitemark Award, schools must:
•Provide all pupils with two hours of physical education per week (within the curriculum only)
•Engage at least 50% of pupils in extracurricular sporting activity every week;
•Offer talented young sports people specific support to help them to develop their sporting potential
•Provide the opportunity for both boys and girls to take part in the appropriate level of competition
•Promote the Sainsbury’s School Games to parents and the local community
•Regularly feature match reports and competition results on the school website and in the local press
•Engage at least 20% of students in leading, managing and officiating in Sainsbury’s School Games activities
•Have a School Sport Organising Committee or Crew in place
•Utilise sports coaches to support school sport
•Train wider school staff to support school sport
•Have active links with at least six local sports clubs


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