Froebelian sports teams have been travelling across the region over the last week, 'kicking off' last Friday with our U11s winning the West Yorkshire Prep School's Tag Rugby cup competition at Knaresborough RFC. Having been pipped at the post last year the fantastic effort from all involved secured a victory this year! Thank you to Read MoreRead more →
Great commitment shown from all our runners who braved the cold at the Leeds Schools cross country race last Saturday morning at Cardinal Heenan School. Well done to all our Form III and IV Santa Dashers on Tuesday morning. A fantastic display of festive headwear and Read MoreRead more →
The U11 Froebelian football team put in a fantastic performance at the U11 Premier League Primary Stars Football competition organised by Leeds United Foundation. The team demonstrated terrific teamwork, spirit and skill to finish top of their group with a record of three wins and one draw. This meant they qualified for the final stages Read MoreRead more →
Our U11 Rugby Team travelled to Knaresborough RFC to participate in the Tag Rugby Cup competition hosted by Brackenfield School. After a slow start in their opening game they then put together back to back wins against teams from Gateways, Cundall Manor and Brackenfield. This qualified them for the final where they would face Ghyll Read MoreRead more →
Following an excellent effort from all of our cross country runners at last week's Leeds North West KS2 Cross Country event we are delighted to announce that many of the team have qualified to run in the Leeds City Finals at Temple Newsam on 2nd February. Eight Juniors have all qualified to represent Froebelian in the Read MoreRead more →
Playing against teams from BGS, Highfield, Moorlands, Brackenfield, Cundall Manor and Moorfield, the teams were in excellent spirit. Every pupil worked together, encouraged each other and even organised their own substitutions when necessary. Well done everyone!Read more →
Last Saturday morning saw the final LSAA Cross Country race of the season at Middleton Park. It has been great to see so many different pupils representing the School in these events over the course of the season with 28 different runners across our junior classes. On Wednesday afternoon, One of our Form II pupils Read MoreRead more →
Last Friday afternoon Form III and IV participated in house netball competitions during their Games lessons. In the Form III competition, Windsor came out on top winning all three matches. It was a much closer affair in the Form IV competition where Windsor and Stuart both ended up on the same number of points. Having Read MoreRead more →
For most of our pupils this was their first experience of playing competitive tag rugby fixtures against other schools and they acquitted themselves extremely well. Playing in two mixed teams, they completed a round robin format with matches against teams from Moorfield, Gateways, Bradford Grammar School, Brackenfield, Ghyll Royd and a hard fought all Froebelian Read MoreRead more →
An increasing number of independent schools, both primary and secondary, have adopted a co-educational approach to teaching sport. The concept of male and female sports seems increasingly archaic, especially given the fact that we expect full gender inclusion in virtually every other corner of society. The importance of full participation of men and women in Read MoreRead more →
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