Hard work paid off when Trinity Primary Academy entered the Haringey Cross Country competition. Year 5 pupil Triziano placed 11th out of 205 competitors, winning the primary competition. The cross-country team had worked hard to improve their performances since competing in the first competition earlier in the term. The team of 22 pupils, form Year 4, 5 and 6, took part in the event with other primary secondary schools from Haringey at the New River Stadium in October.
Tag Rugby Team
Two teams from Trinity Primary Academy competed in the Tag Rugby Tournament. Each team played seven games, with one winning four and the other winning one at the New River Stadium. Ms Byrne, PE Subject Lead, said: "Hermes and Margherita were the star players of the day. Mr Farrell was very impressed with how well the children were working as teams and how well they were able to apply the skills they have learned in coaching with Coach Mark.
Pupils v Teachers Netball Match
Year 6 pupils took on their teachers in a children versus adults game of netball. Despite both teams playing well, the teachers took the 2-0 win.
The whole school came out ot watch the game, with Teodora, 3K, saying: "It was a pretty intense game. The players played very well and I liked how they followed the rules and didn't run with the ball. I can't wait until I can play against the teachers!"
Lina, 3K, said: "I thought it was so exciting to watch. I was cheering for the teachers - they were the best!"