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Primary Physical Education: 

Swimming Galas Key Stage 2

Published Tuesday, June 26, 2012.
Last updated: Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Primary Sports 2012 end with a Splash

What a fantastic way to end the year as our Key Stage 2 students take to the pool.  Our swimming galas were postponed earlier in the year due to the floods so they were rearranged, with an Olympic theme, for the last week of the year.

Well done everyone,

The Primary PE Team

 

 

 


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FOBISSEA 2012

Published Tuesday, June 19, 2012.
Last updated: Friday, June 22, 2012

Primary FOBISSEA Rocks! 

After nearly 6 months of trials and preparation our Primary FOBISSEA Games finally got underway last Thursday after a wonderful welcome dinner for all participating schools on the Wednesday evening at the Chatrium Hotel. Shrewsbury was our host this year and what a wonderful job they did supporting one of the best Games that I have been involved with.

Thursday dawned early for our 36 strong FOBISSEA team from Years 4, 5 and 6 with the swimming as the first event of the Games. This year was the first year in a long while that the 8 schools involved would compete for team awards in the swimming and athletics and our team mentality certainly clicked into place. With the help of Coach Cindy and her P.B. giant ice cream the students performed with great spirit and determination to swim their fastest times. The personal and relay P.Bs just kept tumbling as we scrapped for every placing and point. We did not find out the team result until the Gala Dinner on Saturday and I for one was certainly amazed with our 1st place finish by 0.5 of a point! Every placing certainly counted as we worked extremely hard for each other and the team. What a start!

After a very quick change and lunch we boarded buses bound for the Thai Army Stadium for the Athletics events. Once again the students competed with dogged determination to do their best and the Patana colours were often on the podium. Practice certainly paid off in the field and on the track as more P.Bs were broken and new standards set. An overall win was guaranteed as Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 all came top of their respective point tallies. An amazing first day ended with a very social meal with the other schools, some fun awards and a much appreciated early night.

Friday began with another early start and a fine breakfast before boarding the buses to return to Patana where the Tee ball competition awaited. Having been successful in this event at recent Games all other schools were out to topple the mighty Patana mixed Boys and Girls Teams from Year 4, 5 and 6. The group stages went well with all teams remaining unbeaten and moving onto the Semi Finals. A long gap between games and a drop in concentration levels saw the Year 5 and 6 teams narrowly lose and drop into the 3rd/4th playoff while the tenacious Year 4s marched on into the final. Confidence and concentration returned aplenty as the Year 5 and 6 teams easily won their playoffs to claim their Bronze Medals while the Year 4s won an epic final against Garden International School with a tremendous catch off their last batter. Year 4 maintained a proud recent history with a very well deserved Gold Medal for Tee Ball and ensured a very relieved Mr. Chris and Khun Patcharee.

After a final exciting night in the hotel some very tried but ever eager Patana teams prepared for the final event of the Games, the football. This took place on the Shrewsbury pitches and was approached with the most excitement from many of our team. All of our 6 teams gave their all as they battled to meet our first objective of a place in the Semi finals. Try as they might our brave Year 4 girls just missed out on this goal this year but came back strongly in their final game to win 2-0 and come 7th overall. All other teams made it through to the Semis where the Year 4 boys narrowly missed out and dropped to the 3rd/4th place playoff which they won, giving themselves a well deserved Bronze Medal. Our Year 5 and 6 boys and girls marched on into their respective finals amazingly all won giving us 4 Gold Medal winning teams out of 6.

A tremendous effort from all of the teams but an especially incredible achievement for our Year 6 boy and girls teams who with a few personnel changes along the way succeeded in winning their FOBISSEA  football events in Year 4 ,5 and now 6. Great work!

Results at a glance;-

Swimming Team Award = Champions

Individual Swimming Awards =

* 2nd Year 4 Girls, Misol Chueng

* 1st Year 4 Boys, Yoran Van Keer

* 1st Year 5 Boys, Luke Abai Haddon

* 2nd Year 6 Girls, Rhea Poonevala

* 1st Year 6 Girls, Ela Rylichova

* 3rd Year 6 Boys, David Campbell

* 2nd Year 6 Boys, Ben Winyard

Athletics Team Awards = Champions

Individual Athletics Awards =

* 1st Year 4 Boys, Eemeli Heiskanen

* 2nd Year 5 Boys, Tim Van Dijk

* 1st Year 5 Boys, Luke Abai Haddon

* 2nd Year 5 Girls, Moniqa Nielsen

* 1st Year 6 Boys, Ben Winyard

Tee Ball                      

Year 4 = Champions       

Year 5 = Bronze Medallists

Year 6 = Bronze Medallists

Football                                       

Year 4 Girls = 7th Place                   

Year 4 Boys = Bronze Medallists                          

Year 5 Girls = Champions        

Year 5 Boys = Champions        

Year 6 Girls = Champions          

Year 6 Boys = Champions         

A huge thank you to all of the 80+ students who tried out for our FOBISSEA team this year as it was certainly the competition for places that once again helped to push up our levels of performance.

To all of the parents who supported so vocally and positively a huge thank you goes to you too.

Finally none of this would have been possible without the amazing work and support of our wonderful primary PE Team and Coaches. From Khun Patcharee, Miss Fiona, Mr. Chris, Mr Amuchou , Mr Brad together with Miss Molly, Mr Hockley and Miss Kerry who came for the football plus all of there who have supported at Athletes and football ECAs, THANK YOU!

We have the honour of hosting next year here at Patana and if anyone would like any information about the Games, especially for our current Year 3 parents please do contact me on antt@patana.ac.th

Congratulations once again on a fantastic Primary FOBISSEA Games 2012 and not just on results but on how our students represented themselves, us and our wonderful school.

Gooo  Patana !!!!!

Mr. Tatam

Head of Primary Physical Education

For more pictures click here: http://www.patana.ac.th/Primary/viewGallery.asp?hGalleryID=1518 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Interclass Football 2012

Published Friday, June 08, 2012.
Last updated: Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Olympic Football Comes to Patana 

 

‘Olympic Fever’ is gripping the students here at Patana and the Interclass Football was not going to escape.  Last week all of our Key Stage 2 students headed over to the sports complex waving flags and singing the various national anthems of the countries that they were representing for the day. 

The tournament kicked off on Thursday when our year 3 and 4 students took centre stage.  Each class was divided into girls, boys and mixed teams and played 4 matches to see who would enjoy the title of ‘champions’.  The students demonstrated some fantastic passing, tackling and shooting skills, especially our year 3 students who were enjoying their first interclass football event.  They clearly enjoyed the perfect conditions and there was some superb football on display.

The following day it was the turn of our ‘seasoned veterans’, the year 5 and 6 students.  The weather was trying its best to interrupt play but it was looking like luck would be on our side.  Each competition was very close with many of the games being decided in the dying seconds, however, there can be only one winner on the day and the overall results can be seen bellow:

 

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Mixed

Mexico (3L)

Mexico (4E)

Bahamas (5C)

England (6G)

Boys

Mexico (3L)

Egypt (4R)

British Virgin Islands (5S)

Brazil (6M)

Girls

New Zealand (3C)

Mexico (4E)

British Virgin Islands (5S)

England (6G)

Overall

England (3R)

Mexico (4E)

British Virgin Islands (5S)

England (6G)

 

 

 

 

 

Yet again another fantastic Interclass Football tournament, made special with an Olympic theme.  There was some excellent football on display and all the students deserve much praise for their sportsmanship on and off the field. Well done!  We would also like to thank the staff that helped out with the refereeing and organisation of the various events and the many parents that turned out to support the students.

See you all at the swimming galas for our final event of the year,

The Primary PE Team

For more pictures click here http://www.patana.ac.th/Primary/viewGallery.asp?hGalleryID=1512

 

 


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BISAC Athletics 2012

Published Friday, June 01, 2012.
Last updated: Friday, June 01, 2012

 Patana Primary Keep up the Pace at this Years BISAC Athletics

On Saturday 26th of May, several of our finest young athletes travelled to ISB for this year’s U’ 11 BISAC Athletics Meet. The Primary students joined the U’13 and U’15 teams and were certainly inspired by watching some tremendous individual performances by their Secondary peers.

The U’11’s travelled to the event as defending champions and were certainly feeling confident.  As always the ISB track was looking fantastic and it always manages to bring out the best in our students.  This could be seen as they went about their individual events with a steely determination to achieve their fastest, furthest or highest results. The day never looked in any doubt as every student put in an awesome performance all-round.  Patana came away with both the Boys and Girls U’11 Team Champion awards. 

Thank you to all of the children who represented the school at the event and to the parents who braved the heat to cheer on all of our Patana athletes

Well done everyone!!

The Primary PE Team

Click here for more pictures http://www.patana.ac.th/Primary/viewGallery.asp?hGalleryID=1504

 


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