Extra Curricular Update – 9th March

Home / News / Extra Curricular Update – 9th March

PE Highlights:

“Champions keep playing until they get it right” (Billie Jean King)

PE Extra-curricular highlights:

  • The Year 7 Basketball team beat Wellington high school in the Trafford leagues semi-finals 26-16 to maintain their unbeaten run this season. (Player of the game Harry Murray Gordos).
  • Well done to the year 7 netball  team who competed in the Trafford Netball competition finishing 3rd in their group stages (Player of the match Lois Smith).
  • Our Dance partnership with Liverpool John Moores University continues with our Year 10 GCSE PE Dance really enjoying the 6 week programme, their Dance skills and performances are really coming along with the challenge there are being set.
  • The Pupils enjoyed their first session of boxing with the Spartans amateur boxing club. The aim of club is to use boxing as a means of developing pupils fitness, self-confidence and discipline.
  • Our new block of SHRED club was popular with  40 pupils attending.

What’s on?

  • Football and Rugby fixtures are back on with the light evenings. Keep up to date with our Fixtures Calendar on the school website under helpful links (http://aomschool.co.uk/pe-fixtures-results/)
  • The re-arranged Flowskate Roller disco will take place on Mon 19th March @ 3pm.
  • The next Boxing session to be delivered by Spartans amateur boxing club will be on the 19th March @ 3pm.
  • New lessons for SHRED (skiing and snowboarding) club are available for after Easter break. Sign up now via ParentPay (limited spaces available) or speak with Miss Cooper.
  • There are several parents evenings on this half term (Year 8 Thursday 15th March & Year 7 Wednesday 28th March). This may effect some clubs. We ask pupils to double check that clubs are on with PE staff.
Go back to all stories

Admissions for Year 7 places & in-year transfers & appeal applications.

Dear Parent/Carer

Coronavirus (COVID-19 – see advice from NHS on symptoms and things you can do to help stop germs like coronavirus spreading).

With the closure of schools, we envisage a serious delay in the Year 7 Appeals for September 2020 and for any in-year applications for school places.  Please be assured that we will process your application as soon as we can and there is no need to contact us unless there is a change in your circumstances.

We are monitoring government guidance and considering the possible impact of the coronavirus on school appeal related duties.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Select Language