5 boys and 4 girls from Class 6 went to Aldersley High school to take part in a multi skills sporting event, against other Wolverhampton schools. Children had to take part in 5 different activities, where they gained points for each round. The activities consisted of, throwing, sprinting, jumping, endurance and co-ordination.
Palmers cross successfully came third, winning a bronze medal. Well done!
Palmers Cross played against St Andrews in our first match of the season. It was a great first game. Some pupils were playing their first competitive match. The final score on a wet and windy November evening was Palmers Cross 8 St Andrews 0.
Great first result.
On Thursday 26th April, Palmers Cross went to Our Lady St Chads for the netball finals.
We played against the best teams in Wolverhampton and we came away with 4th place with two wins out of five.
All six of the players played exceptionally well and we are so proud of all of their hard work and determination they have put in all year!
Well done: Harry, Morgan. Japneet, Ellie, Lauren and Shivani.
On a cold, windy Friday night after school Palmers Cross football team went to Warstones. It was a tough game and the boys played really well as a team. We scored two quick goals and went 2:0 up. The second half was a battle with Warstones scoring just after half time. The final score was a deserving 2:1 victory. Well done boys!
Year 5 did Palmers Cross proud yet again with superb attitudes at the Quick Sticks Festival.
Palmers vs West Park
30th January 2018
This was a very close match on a cold, very soggy pitch. The boys played extremely well and battled to the very end. West Park scored just before half time to go 1:0 up. After half time, Palmers put a string of passes together and scored an equalising goal. Unfortunately, with 1 minute left, West Park went on the attack and scored at the death.
Final score 2:1
Palmers vs Christ Church
6th February 2018
On a snowy Tuesday night, the football team played against Christ Church. It was a great start, scoring two very quick goals. After half time, Christ Church scored an early goal. Then Palmers became stronger and scored two more goals to seal the victory.
Final score 4:1
A team of year 6 children visited Ormiston NEW academy to take part in the Indoor Athletics Competition. The team came 2nd - what an achievement! The children had to put their skills to the test in 6 events which included; hurdles, throwing and jumping.
Three out of three! Palmers Cross really are on a winning run at the moment.
Yet another excellent game against SS Peter and Pauls. We started off strong with four goals in the first quarter.
SS Peter and Pauls came back with two goals in the second quarter with some excellent movement from both teams. The third involved Palmers Cross running away with another four goals and finally in the forth quarter only one goal was score SS Peter and Pauls. The final score for 8-3 to Palmers Cross. Another superb result!
Player of the game: Lauren
Yet another win for Palmers Cross! The final score was 7-2. It was a close game from start to finish with both Palmers Cross and Elston Hall taking on good advantages of play. With goals from four out of six players (Ellie, Lauren, Morgan and Japneet) Palmers took advantage of good movement, good marking and good defending.
Well done to the whole team. Keep up the good work!
Player of the game: Morgan
Palmers Cross start with a great win!
Well done to the school football team at Palmers Cross Primary School. They played their first match of the season against SS St Peters and Paul on Tuesday 14th November.
The result was a super 10:1 victory. This is our best result EVER!
Keep up the excellent training and hard work.
On Thursday 9th November, Palmers Cross headed across the city, to Wilkinson Primary School, in Bilston to embark on the first netball match of the year!
It was a fantastic game and Palmers Cross were able to show off everything they have been working on during training.
The final score was an amazing win for Palmers Cross, with a winning score of 18 goals, to Wilkinson’s 9.