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FIBISIA 2014

Published Tuesday, June 03, 2014.
Last updated: Tuesday, June 24, 2014

FOBISIA Countdown!

With only 2 weeks to go preparations for this year’s FOBISIA are in full swing and all the students are working extremely hard. We would now like to welcome three new additions to the team; Michel Bobo, Tigger and Bobby.

Welcome on board

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Goooooo Tigers!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Comment By Kay5G 

Go tigers!!!

Published on Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Comment By Khushi 6H 

Good luck!

Published on Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Comment By amelie 

I am sad fobisia is over :(
Because it was so fun :)
p.s. I am still tired!

Published on Monday, June 23, 2014

BISAC Tee Ball 2014

Published Thursday, May 01, 2014.
Last updated: Monday, May 12, 2014

Patana Tee Ballers Brave the Heat at This Year’s BISAC Tournament

 

Boys

Patana Tigers – Mr Chris (Championship)

It was an early start last Saturday as our Tee Ball teams gathered for what was going to be a long and hot day of Tee Ball. The Tigers team had worked hard in training and having narrowly missed out in last year’s final, were determined to play well.

RIS and BIST were our first two games and the boys got off to a fantastic start beating both teams convincingly with some great fielding and batting all-round! Our next match was against a strong Shrewsbury team and we knew that this would be one of our toughest games. It was a very close game with every point being hard fought! Unfortunately it wasn’t to be our day and Shrewsbury won 16-14, however we were still through to the semi-finals and were hoping that we would get a chance to play Shrewsbury again in the final.

NIST were our semi-final opponents and the team was keen to get on with it after their previous defeat. The boys knew that this would be a tough game as NIST were turning into something of a ‘bogey’ team for us, putting us out of the competition in the past two years.  It was a gripping game which was not for the faint hearted and at the end of two innings it was all level. The third innings was just as close and once again the scores were level at the end. Probably a first for BISAC Tee Ball as the game went into a fourth innings. Just like last year’s game it came down to the last hit of the game.  Unfortunately, once again, it wasn’t to be our year as the ball was dropped in the outfield and the game was over. The boys were exhausted and very disappointed!!

The boys played Trail In the 3rd and 4 playoff and showed fantastic character.  It was a superb performance by everyone and the Tigers came out clear winners. Overall it had been a great day of Tee Ball and as always the Tigers were a credit to the school and their parents! Thank you to everyone who came to support and cheer us on.

Patana Black – Mr Preston (B Tournament)

The team went into the tournament full of confidence and got off to a fantastic start against Patana Orange.  By combining powerful hitting and sharp fielding, the team won 19-12 against a younger but very competitive opposing team.

The second game was a very tough encounter against Shrewsbury, with both teams seeing this as the group decider.  Winning the toss and electing to bat first, Shrewsbury scored with an impressive 8 runs, this placed much pressure on our first batting inning.  We struggled to show the same form of the first match and only scored 5 runs which is a big gap to close.  Going into the second inning, we knew we had to perform better, and responded with an exceptional fielding display to keep Shrewsbury to 5 runs.  Requiring 8 runs to win, we fell just 1 run short to lose 13-12.

Although the team were very disappointed, we bounced back to cruise to victory against Harrow in the final group game, which meant we had qualified for the 3rd/4th playoff game against ASB.  During this playoff game, we kept ASB to just 5 runs in each of their batting innings thanks to some outstanding fielding in the outfield.  This took the pressure off the team when we were batting, and through tactical hitting and clever running, we eased to victory 15-10. Well done to all team members for bouncing back from a narrow defeat to end the day on a high

Patana Orange – Mr Hancock (B Tournament)

On the 26th April the Patana Orange T-Ball team played and starred in a magnificent tournament hosted at Harrow International School Bangkok. The team was a mixture of talented year five and six boys who merged beautifully to generate a real team spirit throughout the tournament that contributed to some fine team play. Patana’s first game was against the host school and due to some excellent batting and fielding they won the game 16-12. It was a hard fought win that was very close for the majority of the game and was a win that gave the team confidence going into their next game against Shrewsbury International School. Again this was a keenly contested tie with Patana emerging as winners with a score of 17-15 due to their hard running between bases and some excellent catches in the outfield. Our final group game was against American School Bangkok who had also won their two previous games and were extremely high scorers. It was a difficult and close game until Patana stretched their lead comprehensively in the second innings due to some extremely intelligent batting, finding spaces in the field and working well as a team to get round base by base. Patana Orange were victorious by a score of 19-12. Due to winning all three games Patana Orange went through to the final to play against yet another Shrewsbury team who had also won their group. It was a very close game with two exceptional plays in the field by Shrewsbury being the only real difference between two excellent T-Ball teams. Patana fought valiantly but unfortunately it wasn’t enough and Shrewsbury won by a margin of 14-11. The boys performed superbly throughout the day with excellent batting skills and hard running, great communication in the field and displayed outstanding sportsmanship throughout and were, without doubt, deserving of their second place finish, well done boys!

 

Patana White – Mr Liam (B Tournament)

The Patana White team put up a wonderful team performance in the recent BISAC Tee Ball tournament with a respectable finish of 6th in the boys B tournament.  The Patana White team which was mainly made up of boys from years 4 and 5 were playing against some very strong year 6 teams from Harrow and Shewsbury respectively.

In the group stages the Patana White team finished with a record of played 3, won 1, and lost 2. The 2 games which ended in defeat were against the Patana Black team who went on to finish overall third, and Shrewsbury B who finished up as eventual B tournament winners.

The highlight of the day was the win against Harrow B. It was a commanding win for the Patana White team who fielded with great tenacity and batted with great intelligence. This resulted in a very much one sided game and a huge confidence booster going into their next game. The win against Harrow B meant that Patana Whites finished 3rd in their group and would play Shrewsbury A in the 5th and 6th playoff game.

 The Patana White team started off strongly against Shrewsbury A in the playoff game, but moments of indecision when running between bases and silly batting errors, eventually cost them the game against a well drilled Shrewsbury team who mainly fielded boys from year 6. 

A huge well done to all the boys that turned up to play in a tournament. All the boys who played will have gained vital experience for next year’s Tee Ball tournament and the upcoming FOBISIA games for those that were selected.

 

Girls

Patana Tigers – Mr Tatam (Championship)

Our Girl Tigers entered into their 6 Team Round Robin event hosted by Harrow with a squad of 11 girls including three brave Year 5s in an attempt to go one better than our Silver medal success of last year.

The day was hot and the schedule unkind as we expected some of our easier games at the start with our likely tougher opponents one after another in the heat of the afternoon. After 2 long rounds where we were not playing our first game finally arrived against an unknown TIS team. The girls certainly didn’t waste many opportunities with the bat or in the field as we won with a comfortable 21-3 score line after 2 innings. Next up were Bromsgrove and again our girls stayed focused to record a comprehensive 20-4 victory. A little complacency along with some poor batting and dropped catches meant that our third match against a confident Shrewsbury side was played on a knife edge with a disappointing 16-16 draw the final score. This left our title hopes dented but still in our own hands if we could win our final two matches. NIST was to be our next challenge with a fully gloved side certainly looking the part. Improved focus and a little more determination along with a tight fielding effort in NIST’s second innings secured a 14-9 win to take us through to a winner take all final match with Harrow. Having already pipped them to BISAC Basketball and Football gold this year, could we do it again?!? Harrow won the toss and elected to bat first but after a great start their big hitters took control hitting home runs in both innings. Our girls hung in gamely but fell just short this time with a final 16-17 loss ensuring a second year of Tee ball silver.

All of our girls should certainly be proud of their achievement, and the Year 5 girls playing at Harrow or ASB are certainly ready to take up the challenge again next year.

Squad:- Emiko Araki, Amelie Mottram, Misol Cheung, Aiko Saeki, Isaure Echivard, Anika Chatikavanij, Niamh Flannery, Daphne Van Den Oetelaar, Anna Meller, Melanie Marcar and Adys Yusuf

 

Patana Orange - Miss Fraser (B Tournament)

BPS Orange Team: Janelle, Kat, Anne-Sophie, Fee, Kate, Stuti, Teal, Annabelle H, Beth, Maesa and Annabel P.

Our two BPS teams’ orange and black kick started the tournament at ASB with a match against each other.  Orange team having one year’s more experience than most of their friends and rivals for the day, Patana Black.  This advantage was clear to see and Patana Orange started strong playing well in both batting and fielding disciplines.  Excellent pitching skills displayed by Annabel and great catching by Kate on base one, meant many opposing players did not progress through base 1.  This was the theme of the day which allowed Patana Orange to get numerous batting players out from all teams they played in the tournament.  Patana Orange girls batted well throughout the day allowing them to safely progress around the bases thus increasing their points tally, including some impressive home runs.  The tournament results were:

·         BPS Orange 19 vs. BPS Black  10

·         BPS Orange 21 vs. Harrow 8

Championship Match (3 innings)

·         BPS Orange 23 vs. Shrewsbury 14

A very convincing and impressive win in the Championship match against a confident and previously unbeaten Shrewsbury team, crowned Patana Orange girls champions of the tournament.  All girls played their socks off and have come a long way since the beginning of Teeball ECA- not just skill improvement but with good tactical decision making.  Well done girls!

Patana Black – Miss Bennett

The warmest weekend in Bangkok this year welcomed our youngest ‘BPS Black’ Tee Ball players to the BISAC U11 ‘B’ tournament at ASB. With three games ahead of them the players were looking forward to putting their skills to the test. Guided by two experienced Year 6 players the team walked out to their first match against BPS Orange ready to be challenged. The team did themselves proud, getting six players home in the first innings. The team were tested when fielding and gained a lot of experience from this first game with the final score 19 – 10 to BPS Orange.

Full of confidence the team took on Shrewsbury next and demonstrated that they could improve their fielding whilst maintaining their batting standards. With new positions in the field the team adapted to a different batting style quickly and were able to get a couple of players out at base. After an exciting second innings Shrewsbury’s first innings lead proved too be too much and they won 18 – 11.

The Black teams final game and playoff game was against Harrow and was the most exciting game of the day. The girls demonstrated good understanding of batting placement and were able to get many more players home. Mimi and Yunnan, team captains, led the team to some very successful fielding decisions, ending the game 20 – 20. The game went into a third innings and a change in tactics ensured that the team continued along their successful path. Two catches and a double play from Ellie boosted the teams confidence and they were able to hold Harrow to 27 – 27, equal 3rd.

A great effort from all of the team and the players should be very proud of their achievements and 3rd place. Well done to all of them and a big thank you to all of the parents that supported them.

 

A great day of Tee Ball everyone, well done Tigers.

The Primary PE Team


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FOBISIA 2014

Published Friday, May 02, 2014.
Last updated: Friday, May 02, 2014

FOBISIA 2014 is Fast Approaching!

Keep up the hard work everyone.


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Year 1 and 2 Swimming Gala 2014

Published Friday, May 02, 2014.
Last updated: Friday, May 02, 2014
Key Stage 1 and Foundation Stage Swimming Galas

Swimming Galas are fast approaching everyone!

 
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Wednesday 14th May at the 25m Pool

 

08:00-09:00am (K2P, K2I, K2E) session 1

   

Wednesday 14th May at the 25m Pool

 

09:15 - 10:15am (K2A, K2J) session 2

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Thursday 15th May at the 25m Pool

 

08:00 - 09:30 (Y1B, Y1C, Y1D, Y1M) session 1

 

Thursday 15th May at the 25m Pool

 

09:45 - 11:15 (Y1J, Y1L, Y1G) session 2

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Friday 16th May at the 25m Pool

 

08.00 – 09.30am (Y2A, Y2E, Y2L, Y2M) session 1

 

Friday 16th May at the 25m Pool

 

09:45-11:15 (Y2P, Y2R, Y2S, Y2T) session 2


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Key Stage 1 Water Safety Week 2014

Published Monday, April 21, 2014.
Last updated: Monday, April 21, 2014

Water Safety Week

Our Key Stage 1 and Foundation Stage student enjoyed a water safety week before Songkran.

Great work everyone it certainly looks like you had a great time!

 
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Gaelic Football 2014

Published Tuesday, March 25, 2014.
Last updated: Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Our Primary Gaelic Footballers Celebrate St Patricks Day in Style

On a hot and sunny Friday afternoon the Patana Primary Gaelic Football team travelled to Harrow School for the 5th annual Gaelic U’11 football tournament.  This relatively new event has grown in popularity in recent years and now 5 schools were competing for the Sister Louise / GAA, St Patricks Day trophy.

Patana has enjoyed great success in this tournament since its introduction, however the boys were looking to regain the trophy after a disappointing 2013. After 2 brief but intense lunchtime training sessions ably supported by Ms Marshall the team was ready and raring to go.

Patana played Ascot in their first game and it was certainly a very steep learning curve. It was a shaky start, however, once the boys had clarified a few of the rules there was no stopping them. Final score 10 – 6 to BPS. Next was Shrewsbury and we knew that this would be one of our toughest games! It wasn’t for the faint hearted however BPS won 9 – 4.

Things were going very well for the team and there were only 2 games left to play. Next was Harrow and once again we knew that this would be a tough team as they had practiced hard for the tournament. It turned out to be one of the closest games of the tournament and when the final whistle blew we had lost by one point 2 – 3. It was a devastating blow, however there was still hope. If Patana could win their last game against Bromsgrove and Harrow lose to Shrewsbury, Patana would be crowned champions by the narrowest of head to head margins.

It was an unfortunate situation for Bromsgrove as BPS played some of their best Gaelic football and won the game 28 – 0. All eyes were now on the Harrow Shrewsbury game and fortunately Shrewsbury were in superb form and won the game in convincing style, 13 – 2. Patana were champions again and the trophy would return to our trophy cabinet!!

A great afternoon of Gaelic football and the players should be very proud of what they achieved.  A huge well done to all of them and a big thank you to the parents who came along to show their support. The team would also like to thank Ms Marshall from Secondary PE for helping out at the training sessions.

Well done to our Green Tigers!

 

The Primary PE Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Foundation Stage Sports Day 2014

Published Monday, February 24, 2014.
Last updated: Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Foundation Fairy tale Fun and Frolics at their Sports Morning

 
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Our annual Foundation Stage Sports Day was held on Thursday 20th February. It is an important and exciting event that both pupils and staff look forward to throughout the year. It is a fantastic opportunity to see the progress and achievements of the young Patana athletes.  There was a large variety of individual and group activities, where our pupils were able to demonstrate to their parents and teachers some of the physical skills and attributes of teamwork they had learnt during P.E.  

From a distance one could see a spectacular vision of colours and excitement with busy athletes hustling through a variety of fairy tale theme events.    It was a windy morning which resulted in James‘s giant peach blowing around all over the hard-court and beyond!  This caused great excitement with our pupils and got them full of energy and eagerness to roll the peach into the clouds.  Other challenges included working as a team to make Aladdin’s magic carpet fly high in the sky; striking humpty dumpty off the wall and, of course, putting him back together again; and the ginger bread man running race.

The day was particularly special for the K1 pupils and their parents as this was their very first taste of a sports day.  It was clear that they had been working extremely hard during their P.E lessons with their confident and energetic performances on display.  The K2 pupils also beamed with confidence and their experience from participating in last years’ sports day was apparent with their self-assured and enthusiastic manner. 

As always our Patana parents were just as enthusiastic as their children; cheering, encouraging and supporting their children.  A huge thank you must be made to the P.E team, swim team, class teachers, assistants, maids and grounds staff for making it such a great success and enjoyable day.  Finally I would like to extend big congratulations to all our aspiring young athletes who impressed everyone at the event and made us all very proud!  I am sure all the children will take away many happy memories from their Sports Day especially of their ice cream at the end I am sure!

Miss Fraser and the Primary PE Team


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Key Stage 1 Sports Day 2014

Published Tuesday, February 18, 2014.
Last updated: Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Key Stage 1 Run, Jump and Throw in the Bangkok Breeze

Our annual Key Stage 1 sports day was back this year on Wednesday the 19th February. From afar, the field looked like a huge blur of colours and excitement with a hive of busy athletes proceeding around their various events.  The weather was kind to us with the blistering sunshine taking a back seat and a cool breeze making its way through the field, which made for a pleasant morning of sports and athletic activities. Sports Day is an important and exciting event that both pupils and staff look forward to as it is fantastic for all to see the progress and achievements of our young budding athletes.  There were a large variety of individual and group activities, where our pupils were able to demonstrate to their parents some of the skills they have learnt during P.E lessons this year and how well they can work as part of a team.   

Our Year 1&2 children kick started their morning with huge amounts of energy and enthusiasm that remained throughout the day as they participated in events including the Hockey Dribble Challenge, Obstacle Course, Three Spring Jumps, Javelin Throw and The Sprint. It certainly was an exhausting morning after their challenging 10 events circuit, including much needed water breaks along the way.  The vast array of activities ensured that all pupils were given a chance to shine in their favourite activity. The hard work that our pupils have put into their P.E lessons over the previous terms was clear to see by all.  At the end of the morning, all pupils were rewarded with a well-earned participation ribbon and an ice lolly which for many was a great way to finish a great morning of athletics.

Well done athletes!

 

The Primary PE Team 



Year 1

 
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Year 2

 
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Key Stage 2 Sports Day 2013

Published Monday, December 02, 2013.
Last updated: Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Primary Athletes showcase Their Talents at Sports Day

Last week our Key Stage 2 students took part in their annual Sports Days, where they competed for their class over a long and exciting morning of athletic activities. Once again our young athletes rose to the challenge with great enthusiasm and there were some excellent performances.

The day is split into two sections, the circuit and the track. In the circuit the students get an opportunity to try a variety of athletic activities and field events, earning valuable points for their class. For the second part of the event all of the children move to the track where they get the chance to perform in front of their peers, parents and teachers in a range of individual and team races once again earning points for their classes.

Our Sports Days are designed so that all of our children have opportunities to succeed and all points gained are important but our classes still work towards the goal of being crowned as champions on the day. Our four winning classes this year were as follows but huge congratulations to everyone who did their very best for themselves and their classes throughout the mornings;

Year 3 = 3H

Year 4 = 4W

Year 5 = 5H/5S

Year 6 = 6E

Year 3 Sports Day

 

Year 4 Sports Day

 

Year 5 and 6 Sports Day

 

                                                                             Videos by Coach Will Preston

A big thank you to all the PE staff, teachers, ground staff, maids and of course the stars of the show, the students who once again helped to make our Patana Sports Days 2013 such successful and enjoyable events.

The Primary PE Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Inter class Tee Ball 2014

Published Tuesday, March 18, 2014.
Last updated: Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Batter Up, Play Ball!!


   

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Interclass Tee-Ball came swinging back around last month with boys and girls from years 3 to 6 putting the skills and tactics learnt in P.E lessons into friendly competition. 

This is one of the most eagerly awaited Interclass tournaments, as Tee ball is arguably the hot favourite sport amongst our pupils.  The excitement sparked from the event was vibrant and clear to see, with pupils chanting songs from their classroom all the way down to the wide open space of the Sports Complex. The environment was cheerful, with a huge mix of class colours and buzzing bright banners. The standard of play was very pleasing from all classes and the use of batting and fielding tactics was clear for all to see. From years 3-6 the children are taught how to field in a manner which puts the runner under pressure.  It was great to see the huge progression our pupils make as they move through the KS2 years, both with skill and understanding, which resulted in some double and even triple plays.  The crowds were going wild.

Well done to all of the classes who took part in this year’s competition. The winners from all year groups are recorded below but a huge well done must be voiced to all pupils who added friendly competition to their learning experience.

YEAR

GIRLS

BOYS

3

3H

3B

4

4T

4T

5

5S

5B

6

6M

6S

 

A big thank you must be expressed to the Primary PE Department and the Year Group Teams who gave up their time to staff and umpire, ensuring the smooth running of the competition.  It was great to see so many parents coming to support their child and it was enjoyable to see how excited and involved they got in the matches.  However, most appreciation must go to the students, who through weeks of hard work made the events such a success.

Next up is our football competition, in June, and it is the final inter class event of the year.  We hope to see you on the football pitches once again at the Sports Complex then!  

 

The Primary PE Team


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BISAC Football 2014

Published Monday, January 27, 2014.
Last updated: Wednesday, March 19, 2014

BISAC Football 2014

 

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Record Breakers 2014

Published Monday, March 17, 2014.
Last updated: Monday, March 17, 2014
Aspiring Athletes give their all at this year’s Primary Record Breakers


 
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Record Breakers is one of our favourite events in the Primary PE calendar as many of our finest young athletes take to the track and field for this popular annual event. This year 110 of our students rose to the challenge and got out of bed early on Saturday 8th March to record their best times, heights and distances over 8 athletics events. The rain luckily stayed away this year, however our athletes had to battle against our usual Bangkok hot and humid conditions.

Record Breakers is about giving those students who enjoy their athletics the opportunity to record times, heights and distances over a range of athletic track and field events and to try to beat our sought after Primary school records. The morning began on the track with the 60m dash and then the 600m/800m distance races.  Great times were posted across the age groups with the U’9 Boys record being broken by 3 boys with Louie Kelly holding the new record with a superb 600m in a time of 2:11.28. 

For the second half of the morning the athletes moved to the field events where they rotated around 6 events from one to another.  These events mirror those at the Primary FOBISIA Games and were the high jump, long jump, three springs jump/standing triple jump, tee ball throw, basketball chest push/ shot putt and quoit throw.  The many parents who had come to cheer the athletes on were treated to some fantastic performances and five records were broken in the field making a grand total of 6 records overall.  This was an awesome achievement and I’m sure that many of the records achieved will stand for many years to come.

Listed below are all of our primary records with those newly set highlighted:

1

Girls 60 Meter Dash YEAR 4

9.70

2002

ISABEL FAULKNER - BPS

2

Boys 60 Meter Dash YEAR 4

8.87

2011

LUKE ABAI HADDON - BPS

3

Girls 60 Meter Dash YEAR 5

9.44

2011

SARAH BRENNER - BPS

4

Boys 60 Meter Dash YEAR 5

8.69

2012

LUKE ABAI HADDON - BPS

5

Girls 60 Meter Dash YEAR 6

9.00

2011

CATHERINE VEASEY - BPS

6

Boys 60 Meter Dash YEAR 6

8.58

2013

LUKE ABAI HADDON - BPS

7

Girls 600 Meter Run YEAR 4

2:14.74

2011

MONIQA NIELSEN - BPS

8

Boys 600 Meter Run YEAR 4

2:11.28

2014

LOUIE KELLY - BPS

9

Girls 800 Meter Run YEAR 5

3:06.00

2008

ELEANOR SPENCER-HARTY - BPS

10

Boys 800 Meter Run YEAR 5

2:51.00

2008

ROSS NICHOLSON - BPS

11

Girls 800 Meter Run YEAR 6

2:44.35

2001

AMY BELMONT - BPS

12

Boys 800 Meter Run YEAR 6

2:39.90

2002

WILLIAM REYNOLDS - BPS

13

Girls T-BALL THROW YEAR 4

27.34m

2010

CHRISTINE SMITS - BPS

14

Boys T-BALL THROW YEAR 4

36.06m

2013

UDAY WAZIRCHAND - BPS

15

Girls T-BALL THROW YEAR 5

32.30m

2011

CHRISTINE SMITS - BPS

16

Boys T-BALL THROW YEAR 5

42.78m

2014

UDAY WAZIRCHAND - BPS

17

Girls T-BALL THROW YEAR 6

34.55m

2007

MEAGAN PHONGMEKIN - BPS

18

Boys T-BALL THROW YEAR 6

44.03m

2012

SEBASTIAN TAMACAS - BPS

19

Girls 3 SPRINGS YEAR 4

5.59m

2011

LUCY THOMPSON - BPS

20

Boys 3 SPRINGS YEAR 4

6.16m

2012

EEMELI HEISKANEN - BPS

21

Girls 3 SPRINGS YEAR 5

6.14m

2012

EARN WONGHIRUNDACHA - BPS

22

Boys 3 SPRINGS YEAR 5

6.35m

2012

LUKE ABAI HADDON - BPS

23

Girls Standing Triple Jump YR 6

6.90m

2014

NIAMH FLANNERY - BPS

24

Boys Standing Triple Jump YR 6

7.40m

2014

VINCENT BOULOM - BPS

25

Girls High Jump YEAR 4

1.07m

2011

MONIQA NIELSEN - BPS

26

Boys High Jump YEAR 4

1.17m

2010

BENEDICT WINYARD - BPS

27

Girls High Jump YEAR 5

1.30m

2008

PEACHY ELLIS - BPS

28

Boys High Jump YEAR 5

1.24m

2012

LUKE ABAI HADDON - BPS

29

Girls High Jump YEAR 6

1.43m

2009

PEACHY ELLIS - BPS

30

Boys High Jump YEAR 6

1.40m

2012

BENEDICT WINYARD - BPS

31

Girls Long Jump YEAR 4

3.43m

2007

ELEANOR SPENCER-HARTY - BPS

32

Boys Long Jump YEAR 4

3.80m

2002

MICHAEL TYRELL - BPS

33

Girls Long Jump YEAR 5

3.81m

2012

MONIQA NIELSEN - BPS

34

Boys Long Jump YEAR 5

4.60m

2012

LUKE ABAI HADDON - BPS

35

Girls Long Jump YEAR 6

3.88m

2009

PEACHY ELLIS - BPS

36

Boys Long Jump YEAR 6

4.36m

2003

BENSON PANG - BPS

37

Girls CHEST PASS YEAR 4

10.30m

2011

MONIQA NIELSEN - BPS

38

Boys CHEST PASS YEAR 4

12.10m

2011

REMINGTON BRANDT - BPS

39

Girls CHEST PASS YEAR 5

11.94m

2011

CHRISTINE SMITS - BPS

40

Boys CHEST PASS YEAR 5

14.10m

2010

ROBBIE HINE - BPS

41

Girls SHOT PUT YEAR 6

7.20m

2013

MONIQA NIELSEN - BPS

42

Boys SHOT PUT YEAR 6

6.80m

2014

ARTUR VARMUZA - BPS

43

Girls QUOIT THROW YEAR 4

18.96m

2010

ZAHRA POONEVALA - BPS

44

Boys QUOIT THROW YEAR 4

27.07m

2011

LUKE ABAI HADDON - BPS

45

Girls QUOIT THROW YEAR 5

24.30m

2012

MONIQA NIELSEN - BPS

46

Boys QUOIT THROW YEAR 5

27.64m

2010

JOSHUA MCGOVERN - BPS

47

Girls QUOIT THROW YEAR 6

28.68m

2013

MONIQA NIELSEN - BPS

48

Boys QUOIT THROW YEAR 6

31.10m

2014

CHALI TAYLOR - BPS

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A huge thank you to all of the children who took part and the parents who supported during a very enjoyable morning of athletics.  The event itself would not have been possible without the many staff and parent volunteers and also a group from Chulalongkorn University who offered their generous services on the day.

Well done to all Primary Athletes!

The Primary PE Team

 


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Under 9 Football Tournament 2014

Published Tuesday, February 18, 2014.
Last updated: Thursday, February 27, 2014
U’9 Footballers Display Their Silky Skills At This Year’s Invitational Tournament

 
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The Patana Under 9 Invitational Tournament is a popular event on the Primary PE calendar and once again we had approximately 60 students representing the school making up 7 Patana teams. For many this was their very first school tournament, proudly wearing the Patana shirt and they were all certainly excited by their opportunity to play.

Due to the timing of the tournament many other school were still on half term and many were unable to attend. However, St Andrews School rose to the challenge and brought 3 excellent teams. Both the boys and girls pools played a round robin with the girls then having playoffs for the medal positions. Although there were to be winners this event is far more about our young students experiencing the highs and lows of friendly competition first hand. The atmosphere and sportsmanship on display from the first whistle to the last was a credit to all of the students, parents and Coaches.

The overall results were as follows:

BOYS

St Andrews A     1st

BPS Black             2nd

BPS Tigers           3rd

St Andrews B     4th

BPS Year 3           5th

BPS Orange        6th

GIRLS

BPS Tigers       1st

St Andrews        2nd

BPS Year 3       3rd

BPS Black        4th

Well done to all players, coaches and parents for all of their efforts and positive guidance of their teams on the day. With some superb football on display the future certainly look Orange and Black!!!!!

The Primary PE Team


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Try a New Sport Week 2014

Published Tuesday, January 28, 2014.
Last updated: Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Key Stage 2 Students get a chance to be Risk Takers during ‘Try a New Sport Week’

Once again the first week of Term 2 saw our year 3 to 6 PE curriculum put on hold for our annual ‘Try a new Sport Week’. The Primary PE and Swim teams were called into action to offer some alternative sports and activities and some interesting talents emerged! Learning opportunities offered during the week included; Table Tennis, Dance, Kwik Cricket, Uni Hoc, Takraw, Badminton, Frizbee Golf, Swedish Long ball, Bouldering, Flippa Ball, Tchoukball and Ultimate Frizbee.

There was certainly no shortage of sports to choose from as the students rose to the challenge of trying something that they had never even heard of before.

A huge thank you to all of the Primary Swim and PE teams for coming forward with such a wide range of exciting new learning experiences to try. Also to all of the students who leapt at the chance to make exciting choices and trying something new!

Well done everyone,

The Primary PE Team

 


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