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Sport at Middleton

  At Middleton Primary school we try and encourage as many children as possible to take part in sport and activity. We have a well rounded PE curriculum aimed at giving the children the necessary skills to access any activity a child wishes to. We also we have lots of extra-curriculum activities for children to take part in, and we strive to offer children as many different opportunities after school as possible. Some after school clubs are run by external providers with specialisms in particular sporting areas.

 

  As well as our PE and after school club program, we strive to take part in as many fixtures and festivals as we can. Sports that we currently compete in are athletics, invasion games, net and wall and striking and fielding events. We aim to provide as many opportunities for children as possible whilst remaining competitive in the elite competitions we enter. We expect that all of our children are positive and resilient when representing the school.

 

We were award the Gold Standard School Games Mark for 2015/16 (the highest award) and our aim is to continue to improve on these standards in future years.

Physical Education

 

Children at Middleton have 2 hours PE a week; one indoor session with their class teacher and an outdoor session with Mr Beaumont. The school has high expectations of effort, behaviour and appearance in PE. For more information, including PE kits and what is on your year groups curriculum this year please see: Homepage -> About us -> Curriculum -> PE. 

 

 

 

After School Clubs

 

We aim to provide children with at least 2 possible after school clubs/activities per year group, per half term.  In 2015/16 62% of the pupils in our school attended at least one sports club over the academic year! As we work with external providers clubs nights and activities are likely to change for 2 reasons; firstly to give different year groups/children as many opportunities as possible and secondly for logistical reasons such as coach and hall/MUGA availability.

 

We have recently done a survey with all children asking them what opportunities they would like in sports/activities they haven’t tried or would like to try again. Will endeavour to try and organise these ideas within reason. If there is any activity you know of or provider you know of feel free to let us know!

Fixtures and Festivals

 

In this section you will find regular reports, pictures and results of all of our different Sports teams throughout the year. 2015/16 was our best ever year both in terms of the overall number of children playing school sport and our performance in competition.Last year 64% of Key stage 2 represented our school in competitive sport across Milton Keynes and the County! That is a 6% increase on the previous year!

For all further updates on our Sports teams please see our PE Department Twitter feed @Sports1MPS

15.03.2017

Year 3/4 Netball Skills festival

 

We took 2 teams of 8 children over to Lord Grey School to a Netball skills festival. The teams completed a skills circuit testing their passing accuracy, catching, shooting and footwork skills. For some of the children involved in this event it was their first time representing the school in sport and they were a credit to the school!

14.03.2017

Year 4 Tag Rugby Friendly

 

Tag Rugby proved to be very popular with the children, so we looked to build on this enthusiasm and organised a game against another school. We took 18 children over to Bushfield and played 4 games in total. It was very impressive how the children remembered all of the rules and the quality of the rugby was high!

  We are looking at organising further games and Tournaments in the future.

13.03.2017

Year 5/6 Dodgeball finals - Silver medal

 

The dodgeball team carried on their progress and understanding of the sport in this tournament. They won 3 of their 4 group games (drawing the other) to progress into the semi finals. They then played their best game in the semi-finals comfortably qualifying for the finals. Unfortunately this was a game too far and they lost to a very strong side from another school. Silver medal is still something to be proud of!!

09.03.2017

Year 4 MK Hockey Tournament - Double Silver Medal

 

We entered both the cup and the shield for this competition. Both our teams had a long afternoon playing Hockey. The shield team lost their opening game, but then bounced back and went on to be unbeaten throughout the rest of the tournament to win silver medals!

  The cup team won all of their games apart from one (to the team who were the eventual winners), to also finish with a silver medal. In the cup competition the top 2 sides go on to represent Milton Keynes at the Bucks School Games, so we look forward to that in the summer!

  What was really pleasing was that the fact our teams played as teams; every member of both of our teams scored at some point throughout the afternoon.

08/03/2017

Indoor Athletics Finals - Bronze Medal

 

This team showed unbelievable work rate in the build up to this event. Every Friday morning without fail they had been training before school to get ready for this. We also had one last minute change; we had a last minute pull out so in the end we got the younger sister of one of our team members from Year 4 to step in and we were so proud of how she coped with the event.

  In actual fact we were proud of how our entire team performed. There very literally was the best of the best at this competition and all the adults watching were thoroughly entertained! This is a tea, event with athletes are competing in their races to earn points for their teams. The boys team were the highest scorers in their category, and once the boys and girls totals had been added together we came third and received Bronze medals!

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07.03.2017

Senior Boys North/East league

 

The boys continued there impressive run of results in this game. It took them a while to get overcome their big height/strength disadvantage but once they had and they started moving the ball around they played some good football.

 

Middleton 3 - 0 Charles Warren

27.02.2017

Year 3 boys' football friendly

 

Just like with the girl's in Year 3, we had an overwhelming response from boy's wanting to play football for the school! Again we had enough for 3 teams, so we split the boys into class teams to play against Two Mile Ash. All the teams scored goals and had a lot of fun in the process!!

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22.02.2017

Year 5/6 Dodgeball Festival

 

Miss King took 8 players over to a Dodgeball festival at Sir Herbert Leon; Dodgeball is not a sport we cover in PE and is generally played as an end of term treat. It took the children a couple of games to get used to slightly different rules, but as soon as they had done that they grew in confidence and had a great time! After losing their first game they won all their remaining games, finishing 2nd overall and therefore are through to the MK finals in March. 

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08.02.2017

Year 5/6 Girls' Football Friendly

 

Mrs Neilson and her team have been training come rain or shine since September and we have finely been able to arrange them a friendly! We had 2 teams playing on the night, loosely a Year 5 team and a Year 6 team. Both team drew 1-1, it was great to get the girls a girl prior to their league season starting at the end of March.

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07.02.2017

Year 3 Girls' Football Friendly

 

After learning about football in PE prior to Christmas, we had an unbelievable response from girls wanting to play in a competitive match. We has so many responses that we had enough girls just from Year 3 for three teams!

  All the girls were enthusiastic and showed everyone who was watching the progress that they had made. All the teams scored goals; winning, drawing and losing but I don't think many noticed as they were just busy enjoying the experience!

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02/02/2017

Year 4 Bisi Badminton finals - Winners

 

Bisi Badminton is a skills station competition, which challenges the children in various ways. Both the boys’ team and girls’ team scored highly throughout the evening; they worked really well as a group and were very supportive of each other. Their focus on the task was consistent and they managed to go one better than the past 2 years and win overall. They will get to compete again in the summer at the County School Games.

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01/02/2017

Senior Boys MKPSFA League

 

The boys carried on their good league form with another confident display. They scored 4 good goals on a small pitch with even smaller goals, and could have probably score more. In the last few minutes the opposition came back into the game and had a few chances, including a penalty with was fantastically saved by Sam in goal to preserve his clean sheet.

 

Middleton 4 - 0 Portfields

27/01/2017

MK Dons Cup Finals

 

Having narrowly qualified in the previous round the boys showed up with a much more positive and focused attitude. The games were 7 minutes straight through on small pitches so there is little margin for error. They won their first two games, and played their best football in their third game but were held to a draw in that game due to some inspired goalkeeping. Unfortunately in the next game although they dominated they lost to a breakaway goal. The final game would decide who went through to the next stage - us or Emerson Valley. Unfortunately they scored in the last few seconds to progress. We learnt a lot and hope to use this as a way of improving in our league games.

 

Middleton 1 - 0 Southwood

Middleton 1 - 0 TPA

Middleton 0 - 0 Fullbrook

Middleton 0 - 1 Caroline Haslett

Middleton 0 - 1 Emerson Valley

26.01.2017

Senior boys North/East League

 

We braved the bitter conditions for yet another away day; I cannot remember our last home game! The upward curve of results continued the boys played fantastic football throughout. The score would have been even bigger if it hadn't been for some inspired saves by the opposition Goalkeeper!

 

Middleton 6 - 0 Knowles

25.01.2017

Indoor Athletics Festive - Winners

 

Having had a couple of training sessions, we had the short (but cold) walk over to Oakgrove Secondary to compete. Every child has to take part in a field event, race and relay; the points from each of the above are collated and then the winning school is announced, there are no medals on offer for individuals.

  The children performed fantastically on the night, showing a huge level of maturity throughout the event. The boys' set a new record points score as a team in this competition (101 points), the girls were also the highest scoring female time, so overall Middleton were the winners. They know continue to train hard in preparation for the Milton Keynes finals in March.

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23.01.2017

Year 4 Boys Football Friendlies

 

It was great to be able to get a lot of boys' in Year 4 playing in this football match. The games were tough, the away sides were strong. We had mixed fortunes on the pitches but a good time was had by all.

 

Middleton 'A' 5 - 3 Oxley Park 'A'

Middleton 'B' 0 - 7 Oxley Park 'B'

19.01.2017

Senior Boys North/East league

 

It was this teams first game since Christmas but they looked like they had never stopped playing. The were in total control throughout and moved the ball around a large pitch very well. Its great to see the improvement this team is making throughout the year.

 

Middleton 5 - 0 Brooksward

18.01.2017

Senior Boys MKPSFA League

 

Having had a discussion on what we could improve upon from the previous weeks match, there was definitely a much more focused approach to the game. The opposition were a strong side and it was competitive throughout. It took us a while to relax on the ball and it was a fast match but once we did we created chances and scored 2 quality goals.

 

Middleton 2 - 0 Olney

17.01.207

Year 5/6 Football friendly

 

We played on a really muddy pitch, which I think the boys really enjoyed sliding about with, I am not so sure the parents were happy to have them all muddy in the backs of their cars though! There was great enthusiasm from both teams in this game, effort was high and our team played some lovely football creating lots of chances and scoring lots of goals!

 

Middleton 7 - 0 Bushfield

13.01.2017

Senior Boys MK Dons Cup

 

Its fair to say we did not have our best day at this tournament. We played 4 matches and it probably took the first 2 games for us to get into our stride. The positives from this is we learnt a lot which which we can take into future games and that even though we could have performed better we still qualified for the finals which are in a couple of weeks time.

 

Middleton 1 - 1 Bradwell Village

Middleton 2 - 3 Monkston

Middleton 4 - 1 Bradwell Village

Middleton 3 - 0 Monkston

12.01.2017

Year 4 Badminton festival – Winners & Runners Up

 

As we had such a huge amount of interest from children in taking part in this festival we managed to put out 2 full teams! The festival is loosely Badminton based – it includes lots of racket skill task and stations testing their agility, balance and coordination.

It was very interesting to observe two things at this festival. The first was the level of determination and concentration all the children showed. The second was watching them adapt their skills and/or help adapt their team mate’s skills to improve overall performance.

At the end of the festival our teams finished first and second, the team which finished first will do it again in the MK Finals.

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11.01.2017

MKPSFA Boys league match

 

After a big delay in the start of the season for everyone our boys were chopping at the bit for their first game. In fact in the first half they probably tried to hard and lacked patience but went in 2-1 up at half time. In the second half the settled and start playing the ball around and using the limited space on a small pitch.

 

Result:

Middleton 9-1 Giffard Park

08.12.16

North/East Boys Football League 

 

Having managed to sneak out of school early to try and get this fixture in before the light was lost after school, the boys' turned out their best performance so far of the season! They worked their socks off in regaining the ball when the opposition had it, and then when we were in possession they played some quick and attractive football, scoring some real quality goals.

 

Middleton 3 - 0 Falconhurst

07.12.16

Premier Sport Year 2 Benchball Tournament- Winners

 

We went to the first ever Year 2 competition we have ever entered; it was really tough just choosing 6 children to go. We were really proud at how they behaved at this event, as you can imagine they were super excited but they were so supportive and determined to do their best. They showed all their learning from PE in this tournament and tried some things that maybe didn't always come of like a bounce pass, but for Year 2's to be thinking about using a bounce pass is very high level stuff!

In the games, we played 4; winning 3 and losing 1. That meant 3 teams were tied with the same record, is and 2 others. They then went down to points scored in games and as our team had scored the most we had won! Hopefully we can organize a similar event later in the year to give some different Year 2's this opportunity!!

1.12.2016

Year 3/4 Basketball Finals - R/Up

 

Having qualified for the finals on a 7 game winning streak, our team continued this form in their first 2 games, winning comfortably. There were some rule changes from the festival to the finals and in the third game, our children got very frustrated by these and let it affect their play and they lost. Then after some gentle reminders about the expectations the team went on to win their final 2 games.

  All this meant that we finished level on points with another school (4 wins and a loss each). it was then decided that the other school would finish in 1st and Middleton in second by way of a head to head; the game we lost was against the school we finished level with, they had lost to another school and because they had beaten us in our game against each other they would be the overall winners. However the top 2 from this competition go onto a County competition meaning our children will have the chance to play again some time in 2017. A huge well done to all involved for their efforts!

24.11.2016

Year 6 Basketball finals

 

For the first time ever we reached the Milton Keynes Basketball finals. The finals were tough and there were lots of good players on show from the 10 schools playing. In our group we won 2 games and lost 2 games, mainly due to the fact our children had had very limited experience of playing off of a back board. Having finished 3rd in our group, we then played against the 3rd place school in the other group in a 5th/6th play off. We went 5-0 down but carried on, scoring two 3 pointers late on to finish 5th overall. Hopefully this has been a good introduction to Basketball for our children and they are enthused and ready for this sport at secondary school.

18.11.2016

Yr 5/6 Development Football Tournament

 

We took some very excited year 5/6's to a Tournament at Knowles school on Friday; even the bitter cold could not dampen their spirit. The boys drew their first 2 tough games, got a hard earned win in their 3rd and lost their last game in almost pitch black conditions. It was great to see the enjoyment and pride these boys had in representing their school!

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17.11.2016

Year 6 Basketball Festival - Winners

 

We took 2 teams to the Basketball festival at Radcliffe. Both played to the maximum of their ability and were a credit to the school in terms of attitude and sportsmanship. Middleton 1 won all of their games and won the festival, Middleton 2 had a slightly tougher time and finished 5th, but were resilient throughout. Both teams did us proud!

16.11.2016

Year 4 Basketball Festival - Winners

 

After learning about basketball before half term, 4 boys and 5 girls represented the school at a Basketball festival at Leon Academy. From start to finish the attitude was superb, and they showed fantastic team work, winning all their games. The children will now play in the Milton Keynes finals.

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10/11/2016

Year 4 Basketball Friendlies

 

Two Mile Ash School brought over some boys and girls team to play in some basketball matches against our Year 4's, who had been learning about basketball in PE before half term. The matches were enjoyable to watch and the children certainly became more confident in their ability to play throughout. Particularly impressive was the children's shooting; we played using the Netball nets (without back boards) and lots of points were scored.

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09/11/2016

Senior Boys Football Friendly

 

With the 'A' teams league season being delayed until after Christmas we organised another friendly to prepare them. Having started really brightly and scoring early, the boys then eased of until half time. After half time the boys went out and dominated the second period, playing fast and pressing football.

 

Middleton 4 - 1 Monkston

08/11/2016

Year 3 Girls Netball

 

We invited Two Mile Ash School to Middleton to play some of our Year 3 girls at a simplified version of Netball, and the excited about this was huge from both schools!! All the girls showed all that they had learnt in PE, playing to a high standard for their age and in a competitive but fair way. It was good to see at times the children did not need to wait for an umpire to make a decision as the two teams had worked out what needed to happen, showing they really understand the rules, which was very pleasing!

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05/11/2016

Milton Keynes District Athletics Cross Country 2016 - Winners

 

At this years' annual Cross Country event we had some extraordinary results! This year's team has been the most committed and determined team I have ever been involved with. Training was really tough, but they all stuck together and showed a can do attitude throughout.

  On the day we had individual medal winners in Sam (Gold Junior boys), Callum T (Gold Senior Boys) and Oliver (Silver Senior Boys). We had team medals in Junior Boys (Gold) and Senior Boys (Silver). Once all the boys and girls scores had been added together we also won the Overall Large Schools Category, something we have never achieved here at Middleton. We hope this inspires a whole new generation in our school to enjoy running!

01/11/2016

Senior Boys Football Friendly

 

Both team played in friendly match against St Bernadette's who brought two teams over to play. Both teams put in determined and committed displays and came away with wins.

 

Middleton 'A' 5 - 1 St Bernadette's 'A'

Middleton 'B' 3 - 1 St Bernadette's 'B'

20.10.2016

Year 5/6 Hockey League finals - Silver Medal

 

When the pool stages of the league had finished, Middleton had topped their Pool. The top 2 from each pool then played each other in a round robin to see who would be the overall winners.

  The team played to the best of their ability; and the improvement in the application of their skills and organisation from the first to last week has been outstanding. We have also been very pleased with the team spirit in the team, positive throughout.

  On the night we won one and drew two. In our final game we did everything to score but it didn't quite go for us and we ended up in 2nd position. Two years ago we finished last so the development in the school since then is extremely pleasing.

 

Results:

Middleton 2 - 0 Christ the Sower

Middleton 0 - 0 Long Meadow

Middleton 0 - 0 Loughton

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19.10.2016

Year 3 Cross Country Friendly @ Bushfield

 

This was another brand new event for us; but after the success of the daily mile we entered this. The children had great enthusiasm for represent their school at this event and were determined to do their very best.

  We were very pleased that all of our children finished their races strongly, passing lots of children towards the finish line. All of the children finished in the top of their races, and I am sure with some training in future years they will become even stronger. Special mention to Annaleigh who came 3rd in the girls race and won bronze medal! 

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17.10.2016

Cross Country Friendly @ Oakgrove

 

We organised a Cross Country friendly with Oakgrove Primary school and Oakgrove Secondary School kindly let us host in on their school field. We had 3 races; Year 3/4 Boys, Year 3/4 Girls and a Year 2 fun run.

   All of our runners were fantastic, all making it round with walking or stopping once. Even when it seemed to be getting tough, the children persevered and did us proud. It was a great introduction to cross country and we hope to grow this event next year!

 

 

13.10.2016

Year 5/6 Badminton Finals – Bronze Medal

 

Our Badminton team played in the MK Badminton finals against the other top 9 schools in the city. Due to the large number of teams and the fact we had to play each team at 2 separate games, the children spent around 2 hours playing after a long day at school!

  The team put maximum effort into the finals which were of a high quality; and we quickly were involved in a 3 school race for the gold medal. When all the points were added together we were tied in 2nd but were put back to 3rd on a head to head with the other school. It is the third consecutive year we have been in medal positions at these finals!

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06.10.2016

Year 5/6 Hockey League

 

Hockey league continued and so did our teams improvement. The team clearly feel more comfortable in their surroundings and their play is of a good quality. They played hit and move hockey and won their remaining group games. There is next weeks practice week and then the finals are on the last Thursday before half term.

 

Results:

Middleton 2 - 0 Two Mile Ash

Middleton 2 - 0 Long Meadow

06.10.2016

Year 4 Premier Sport Cup - Winners

 

Our year 4 boys did us proud in a brand new competition hosted by Premier Sport. The boys’ enthusiasm and excitement was infectious, and they were a credit to the school. They played good team football which was exciting to watch; the goals came thick and fast!! It was also nice that although they won every game comfortably, they were very sporting at the end of games and didn’t over celebrate and shook hands with all of the other teams.

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04.10.2016

Senior Boys North/East League

 

We hosted our first game of the season, and we made a few changes to our squad to give opportunities to all. The game didn't go as planned; we did not have as much of the ball as we would have liked, but defend well under heavy pressure. When we did have the ball we did play some nice football. We will be working hard to improve on this result.

 

Results:

Middleton 0 - 3 Great Linford

29.09.16

Year 5/6 Badminton Festival

 

We decided to enter a second team into our cluster festival at Walton High this year, giving opportunity to 24 children to play competitively. We are very proud that we had that many enthusiastic children, and children who could play to such a high standard. Both team performed admirably, the A team won the festival by 80 points and need to continue their hard work in training before the Milton Keynes Finals in a few weeks.

29.09.16

Year 5/6 Hockey League

 

After last weeks induction, the hockey league started properly this week. Our team performed strongly in all games, and got progressively better. Hopefully this progression continues next week in our next league games.

 

Results:

 

Middleton 0 - 1 Loughton

Middleton 1 - 0 Oxley Park

Middleton 0 - 0 Rickley Park 

Middleton 2 - 0 Hanslope

20.09.16

North/East League Boys Football

 

A completely new side played together for the first time in this league fixture. For some it was their first time representing the school. It took them some time to grow into the game, they came under lots of early pressure and conceded. However, they fought back and scored a quick-fire double just before half time.

  In the second half they applied the majority of the pressure, but at times left themselves too open to the counter attack. The opposition, to their credit, exploited this well and scored 3 second half goals.

 

Jubilee Wood 4 - 2 Middleton

15.09.16

Senior Boys Football friendly

 

Our first game of the season came a day after our first training session, and the conditions were sweltering! Thankfully we took a big squad meaning we could roll on and off the substitutes. The boys worked hard for each other and showed lots of periods of high quality play, creating lots of chances. The boys eventually ran out comfortable winners, but theres still lots to improve upon.

 

Middleton 5-1 Wavendon Gate

2015/16

Middleton Primary School Sports Role of Honour 2015/16

 

Yr Group

Sport

Festival

Milton Keynes Finals

County School Games

5/6

Badminton

Winners

Winners

N/A

4/5/6

Cross Country

N/A

Junior Boys Team winners, Callum Tripp Gold, Oliver James Bronze

Kieran, Callum & Oliver Ran for MK in the Nationals

3/4

Basketball

Winners

3rd

DNQ

3/4

Badminton

Winners

R/up

R/up

3/4

Hockey

N/A

Winners

3rd

5/6

Tag Rugby

N/A

Winners

3rd

5/6

Tennis

N/A

R/up

DNQ

5/6

Boys Football

League Winners

Finals Winners

N/A

5/6

Girls Football

League Winner

R/up

County Champions

Athletics

N/A

Large Schools Winners

Brandon 200m –Gold

Sam - 600m Gold

Callum 800m Silver

Senior Boys Relay – Silver

Lily – Senior Girls LJ Bronze

Daniel – 600m Bronze

N/A

2.7.16

Milton Keynes District Athletics Finals

 

After the heats we had 12 children in individual events, and our 4 relay teams at the finals. The standard at this event is incredibly high. All of our children did us proud, the months of preparation and effort really paid off and we were SO PROUD of all of our competitors! Although not all of our team made it to the finals, they were all part of the winning team as their results contributed to our school winning our heat!

 

The results are below:

 

Middleton Primary School – Large School Heat Winners

Brandon Kyere – 200m Gold

Sam Oldroyd – 600m Gold

Callum Tripp – 800m Silver

Lily Deeks Pollard – Long Jump Bronze

Daniel Moore – 600m Bronze

1.7.16

County School Games 2016

 

Middleton had its best ever sporting year, and had 4 teams representing Milton Keynes North, plus Joe and Jonathon in the MK Penathalon Team. All 34 children travelled together on a coach to the event and the team spirit was so positive!

  Our teams competed against the other 7 representative teams from the Buckinghamshire County, so the competitions were tough. All of our children’s attitudes were incredible, as they have been throughout the year, and because of this they all performed to a really high standard.

  All of our teams got back on the coach with a medal around their necks. That is such an amazing achievement, one that may never be achieved again. We are so proud of all of them!!

 

  • Yr 5/6 Girls football – County Champions (Gold)
  • Jonathon & Jo (MK Panathalon team) - Silver
  • Year 3/4 Badminton – Silver
  • Year 5/6 Tag Rugby – Bronze
  • Year 3/4 Hockey - Bronze

21.6.16

Senior Boys Football Team – Milton Keynes Champions

 

After a long, hard season, or boys team did what no other Middleton team in the past has ever achieved – won the finals night. Plenty of previous teams had won their pool and fallen short on finals night, these boys made history!!

  They did so in style on the night, 4 wins and a draw whilst playing attacking football and getting through an enormous amount of running!! The school so proud of what they have achieved!!

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25.5.16

Girls’ Football Finals – Runners Up

After winning their Pool the girls’ played in the MKPSFA finals night with the 5 other best teams in Milton Keynes. The girls went through this tournament keeping their record of not conceding a goal in the entire season, playing some exciting attacking football throughout.

  The girls narrowly missed out on the overall Championship but this should not detract from the incredible season they have had. They also will get to go and play at the County School Games as the top 2 qualify! Congratulations! 

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11.5.15

Girls Football league – Pool C Winners

 

Girls finished off their league in the torrential rain, as winners without even conceding a goal!! The girls played some exciting football, dominating most games, scoring lots of goals. All the training sessions Mrs Nielson paid off and the girls were a credit to our school!!

 

 

Pl

W

SD

0-0

L

GF

GA

GD

PTS

Middleton

7

5

0

2

0

11

0

11

29

Broughton Fields

7

3

0

4

0

6

0

6

23

Rickley Park

7

3

0

2

2

5

2

3

21

New Chapter

7

2

0

5

0

2

0

2

20

Long Meadow

7

1

1

3

2

3

4

-1

16

Portfields

7

1

0

2

4

2

8

-6

15

Emerson Valley

7

1

1

1

4

4

9

-5

14

Orchards

7

1

0

2

4

2

8

-6

12

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