Spring term 2022
Congratulations to our school Football team who played in a mini tournament against Monkleigh and Shebbear Primary Schools. The team worked hard and gained their confidence and played with lots of determination and teamwork. The tournament was awfully close and all teams won one match but Langtree won the trophy on goal difference. Well Done Team Langtree.
In PE Class two have been developing their tennis skills in their new PE Topic – Net and Wall Games
A Class 2 Tag Rugby team took part in a Tag Rugby Festival at GTS. They got to take part in lots of drills and skills sessions lead by GTS sports leaders. The session was finished off by playing some mini games against other schools.
Well done to years 3 and 4 who played in a Bee Netball friendly match against Bradworthy School at Langtree MUGA. It was a cold evening but both teams played with determination, passion, and confidence as for most players it was the first time they had played in a match against another school.
Class 3 were extremely excited to put their Hockey skills that they had been developing into practice at a Quick sticks tournament in Barnstaple. The teams experienced played Hockey on a competitive level against other schools and gained in confidence over the afternoon. Team B advanced to the semifinals.
Langtree School Bee Netball team took part in the North Devon Netball Finals at Park School in Barnstaple. It was great to play Bee Netball against schools from all over North Devon. We even got to meet Perry the Bull, the Commonwealth Games Mascot.
Netball - 17.02.22
Congratulations to Langtree School Netball squad who played in the GTS Bee Netball Festival today. They won todays festival and now advance to the ND Finals in Barnstaple. The squad also were presented with the Bee Netball League cup which they won at the end of last term. Go Team Langtree!!
Class 1 enjoyed their multiskills trip to Great Torrington Secondary School last Friday. They all enthusiastically took part in a variety of different games stations which included ball skills, racket skills and working on their endurance. They found some stations easier than others which tested out their resilience but all the children persevered and made good progress throughout the session. Well done to everyone that was involved.
Football A group of year 5 and 6 children went to Great Torrington School on Thursday to take part in a local schools’ football tournament. Teams from several local primary schools competed against each and team coaches Mrs Heard and Mrs Mitchell were proud of our players achieving a great result, and demonstrating fair, considerate play throughout the morning.