Malorees
infant school

Malorees Federation

Malorees Federation

Malorees
Junior School

Sport

Malorees Infant and Junior Schools recognise that sport and physical education is vital to the holistic development of young people, fostering their physical, social and emotional health and helping us with our Vision to deliver THRIVING schools.

We are lucky at Malorees to have two school playgrounds but also a lovely field where children can exercise and enjoy games. 

Sporting activities

Fun activities offered to our Junior children include football, netball, cycling, cross-country, running and cricket, tennis, gymnastics, duathlon and tag rugby. We have also recently introduced an early morning basketball club and taken part in Chess tournaments. 

For a full list of Infant and Junior School clubs click here.

Recent sport team success

Recent achievements include 

  • Brent Schools' 7 a side Tournament Champions
  • Brent Schools' Y6 Boys Cross Country Champion
  • Brent School's Y5 Girls Cross Country Champion
  • Brent Schools' Y3/4 Indoor Athletic Champions  
  • Brent Schools' Y5/6 Tennis silver medallists
  • Brent Schools'  Y3/4 Quad-kids Champions & Year 5/6 silver medallists
  • Brent Schools' Y3/4 Team Gymnastics Bronze Medallists & Year 5/6 Silver Medallists
  • Brent Schools' Y6 Girls' Cricket Bronze Medallists
  • Brent Schools' Y5/6 Tag Rugby Champions

football         Netball

Several children have also competed in the Junior Races at the 2017 Blenheim Triathlon. 

 

Summer of Sport

Last summer we also introduced our first "Summer of Sport" offering a wide range of activities for children and the family, using our extensive field and events around the local area.

The emphasis was on participation for all the family and having fun with activities to suit everyone, whatever their level of fitness.

Click on the banner below to read more about this. 

 

Summer of Sport banner

 

 

 

 

 

Thriving Stands for:

Teamwork
Health & Happiness
Respect
Individuality
Vibrant Learning
Inspiration
Nurture
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