Southwood Primary School

Home Page

Southwood Primary School

Home Page

Sport @ Southwood

Sport at Southwood Primary School


What we Offer 

Through our PE, School Sports and Physical Activity we endeavour to use our whole school vision to encourage pupils to make the most of every opportunity they may come across.  


We use every opportunity within our PE lessons, our school sports at intra and inter level, our team training, our inclusive and adapted sports, our SEND sports teams and our physical activity sessions to support our pupils to become independent, responsible, Caring and considerate pupils who are able to see the self-worth in their own ability and efforts. We aim for all of our pupils to be Healthy, happy, Sociable young people, Self-motivated, determined, positive and Honest, Hard working and aspirational, confident, independent learners, CreativeCurious and critical thinkers, Collaborators, innovators, Respectful and responsible, Communicate well with peers and Adults.



Aims and Objectives of Physical Education


To maintain and stimulate pupils’ interests and enjoyment in physical activity.

 To promote exercise as part of a healthy lifestyle.

 To engage and include all pupils with learning that is challenging and that meets the pupils’ individual needs.

 To challenge the More Able pupils to ensure their learning experience is enhanced & provide progression

 To provide appropriate resources so that it allows all pupils to have equal opportunity to experience success and enjoyment in PE.

 To deliver lessons with high expectations of all pupils enabling them to learn exceptionally well.

 To effectively check pupils’ understanding throughout lessons and use this information to adapt lesson.

 To provide constructive feedback to pupils and encourage peer and self-assessment.

 To help enhance pupils’ self-esteem through the development of their physical confidence and personal qualities.

 To develop pupils’ knowledge of rules and regulations of the activities including the role of officials (Upper KS2 and lower if appropriate).

 To enhance pupils’ awareness of the safety issues concerned with these activities and help them develop a sense of responsibility towards participating in physical activity

 To encourage teamwork, support, tolerance and co–operation

 To provide opportunities for all pupils to participate in inclusive Intra competitions at (Level 1).

To provide opportunities for pupils to participate in inclusive Inter competitions ( level 2 )

To provide opportunities for SEND children to participate in competitions


This year, at Southwood Primary School, we have entered more sport competitions than ever before. Here is a selection of pictures from some of our competitions

Intent, Implementation & Impact Report for Physical Education (PE)

School Games Award



We are pleased to announce that for the 3rd year running we have achieved the School Games Gold Mark ( our Gold mark hasd been carried forward for the 19/20 academic year )

The School games award is a government lead award Scheme.

Facilitated by the Youth Sports Trust  to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competitions across their school and in the community, and we are delighted to have been recognised for our success.

 With a total of young people competing in Local inter school competitions this year, we are extremely proud of our pupils  for their dedication to all aspects of school sport including those young volunteers, leaders and officials who have made our competition possible. 


PE Curriculum 2021-22


PE Curriculum Map 2021/2022
 Autumn 1Autumn 2Spring 1Spring 2Summer 1Summer 2
7 weeks7 weeks6 weeks6 weeks7 weeks6 weeks
Year 1Dance – GrowingDance – Weather & SeasonsDance – The Magic ToysLocomotion ( Running )Ball Skills - Feet 1Gymnastics – unit 6    Lessons 7-12
Ball Skills - Hands 1Gymnastics – Wide, Narrow & CurledGymnastics – Body PartsLocomotion ( Jumping )Ball Skills - Hands 2Games for Understanding
Attack v Defence
Year 2Ball Skills
Hands 1
Gymnastics – LinkingDance –    WaterBall Skills
Feet 1
Locomotion ( Jumping )Locomotion ( Running )
Games:  throwing and catchingDance: Unit 1 -Sleigh RideGymnastics –  Pathways Games for Understanding
Attack v Defence
Ball Skills - Hands 2Dance ( Wild Animals )
Year 3 Dance:                                   ( Wild Animals )Gymnastics                          ( Symmetry & Asymmetry )Gymnastics -                       ( appartatus )Basketball                           ( Catch & pass )Athletics -                             ( Running )Athletics                                             ( Throwing & Catching )
OAA ( Team Building )Football                                ( pass & control )Hockey ( dribbling & passing )Netball                                  ( Catch & pass )Tennis                                   ( grip, balance & movement )Cricket                                    ( Fielding )
Year 4OAA ( Team Building )Dance                                    ( War )Basketball                            ( dribbling & movement )Gymnastics                           ( apparatus )Athletics -                             ( Running )Cricket                                   ( Batting & bowling )
Football                                ( dribbling & movement )Gymnastics -                       ( Symmetry & Asymmetry )Netball                                  ( pass & shoot )Tennis                                  ( forehand & backhand )Athletics                                             ( Throwing & Catching )Hockey                                   ( passing & spacial awareness )
Year 5Football                                ( shoot & tackle )Gymnastics -                         ( bridges )Basketball                            ( spacial awareness )Badminton                               ( forehand & backhand )Athletics -                             ( Running )         Cricket                           ( positional games )
OAA ( Team Building )Hockey                                   ( shooting & games )Netball                                ( Position & movement )Tennis                                   ( serve & volley )Dance -                                 ( Greek gods )Athletics                                                  ( Throwing & Catching )
Year 6 Football                      (games & rules )Gymnastics -                          ( counter balance & tension )Basketball                            ( games & rules ) Tennis                                    ( Games & rules )Cricket                                   ( games & rules )Athletics -                                          ( Running  competition )
OAA ( Team Building )Hockey                                   ( games & rules )Netball                                  ( Games & rules )Badminton                           ( spacial awareness & games )Dance                                     ( Carnival )Athletics                                             ( Throwing & Catching )

The Girls played Eastbury in the B&D league and ran out winning 2-0, another great TEAM performance with goals from Maggie & Tanaira ( 20/01/22 )

The Girls football team played Northbury in the B&D Cup, unfortunately losing 4-1 but played some great football and have a lot more games coming up ( 14/01/22 )

Yr 6 Football team against Beam - unfortunately the result was not in our favour and plenty to work on in readiness for the next game ( 13/01/22 )

Congratulations to our Year 4 Bikeability children for passing their Level 1 course - 06/01/22

Year 5 & 6 Girls Football Team 29/11/21


Southwood travelled to Rose Lane Primary school and after a tough game ran out winners 4-2

Well done Girls , another great TEAM result

Southwood Panathlon Team 22/11/21


Our Panathlon team entered the B&D Competition and thoroughly enjoyed their afternoon out at Eastbrook School

The team played 8 games against other local school and came out CHAMPIONS


The team  - Joe, Victoria, Zak, Hunter, TJ, Dominykas

Year 5 & 6 Girls Football

Southwood 5 - 4 Roding ( 18/11/21 )


The Girls played there 1st match for nearly two years against Roding, a game that was end to end throughout finished with Southwood  winning 5-4 in a highly enjoyable game played between 2 very good sides.

As part of Health & Fitness week A-Life came in and showed the Children about Healthy eating & Living

Great Britain Athlete Victoria Ohuruogu visits Southwood - Jun 21

Photos from Nursery ( morning & afternoon ) Sports day - Jun 21

Photos from the Reception Sports day - Jun 21

Year 5 learning to catch and field during their cricket lesson 10/06/21

Boys Football

The Year 6 football team were finally able to play their 1st game of the season against local neighbours James Campbell

The boys played superbly well and ran out worthy winner 7-1 with Charlie S, Harun, Desmond and Michael among the scorers


The Big Pedal

26th - 30th April 2021


This year we took part in the National Big Pedal campaign, the aim was to get more families walking, scooting or cycling to school to help promote a healthier lifestyle


below are some of the pictures of the children taking part


The Bid Pedal winners were

Charlie - Nursery

Evelyn - Reception

Isla - KS1

Chalee - Lower KS2

Stanley - Upper KS2

PE Activities at Home


Below are lots of different activities we can all do at home to keep us as active as possible until we can get back into school,

you can keep track of the activities you do by completing the Learning Planner 


You can choose a couple to complete each time and please send some pictures of you doing these to me at




Mr Stevens


Some more on-line PE activities 



Nike & Discovery Education

Active Kids Do Better



Resources to support Active Classroom, Active Playground and Active Home to get pupils moving before, during and after the school day



Youth Sport Trust

Primary PE Activities

  • Athletics         
  • Dance
  • Games
  • Gymnastics
  • Outdoor / Adventure + more


Youth Sport Trust

60 Second Challenge




Pupils compete against themeselves in Personal Challenge type activity and aim to achieve

gold, silver or bronze medal targets


Youth Sport Trust

After School Sport Club



Every Tuesday and Thursday this term starting at 5pm.











A borough programme –

10 minutes of physical activity everyday, anywhere, anytime.  

Log on to the borough intranet or via  

Click on GO 365, Health (green) Get Active and then select from video resources


Premier Education

Stay Active


Collection of quick, creative, and fun activities to help parents keep their children active at home



PE with Joe



Live classes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9am.


BBC + Premier League

Super Movers



Just for Fun - curriculum linked resources to get everyone up and moving



Cosmic Kids Yoga


Yoga and mindfulness sessions on video in class and at home

EYFS, KS1 + years 3/4




Make learning active and fun for 4 – 11 year olds


Cricket –

Chance to Shine


National charity that aims to give all children the opportunity to play, learn and develop through cricket.

Live cricket session every Wednesday at 2pm - suitable for home or school

Try these at Home

  Virtual Panathlon Event


This year we are unable to travel to the Panathlon event so we are holding the Virtual event in school


The children had lots of fun trying out some new games - watch this space for the next installment of games and enjoyment

Joseph Gill from Turquiose class


 is this year’s Panathlon’s ‘’Primary Outstanding Achievement Award’’ winner for London for immense bravery in the face of his learning disabilities and personal tragedy.


The eight-year-old, a pupil at Southwood Primary School,suffered a brain injury shortly after birth due to contracting meningitis. This brain injury impacted Joe’s ability to retain information, both his short term and long-term memory were affected.


He has developed a love of sport thanks to his PE teacher , Stewart Stevens and taking part in competitions organised by Panathlon, the charity which gives over 22, 000 disabled young people every year opportunities to engage in competitive sport they are so often denied.


Joe has made outstanding progress in the last few years- he has struggled with his independent skills and he would need support from his peers and adults to complete basic tasks- getting dressed after PE, remembering his coat and water bottle, listening and following basic instructions. He also struggled to make basic conversation with his peers and would return to the same ‘safe’ topics to initiate conversation (things that he could remember – his teeth falling out or helping Grandad with his car were his favourites)


Joe’s independence has grown over the last couple of years as well as his confidence and this has definitely been helped through his participation in the Panathlon.

Teacher Stewart Stevens said “ He loves to come back after the Panathlon events and share information about the day and show off his medals! He now shares information that he has remembered with family members and they can now join in with his excitement. He has learnt independent skills such as changing into his kit, remembering his own equipment and following instructions for each activity”.

“Through Panathlon Joe has learned how to play games within a team environment as well as individually. Panathlon has helped vastly with Joe’s independence, he now knows when & why we take turns in activities & the different types of equipment used for different activities”.

Since Joe has attended Panathlon this has enabled his grandparents to come and support him and have commented that they didn’t realise that activities like Panathlon ever existed and fully support this.


During Joe’s life journey he has had to encounter several operations at GOSH to replace the shunt in his head (a tube that drains fluid from his brain),he has never been upset during this and in fact he can’t wait to get back to school and show his class mates & teachers what he has had done and show off his battle wounds.

Joseph Gill is a worthy recipient of the Outstanding Achiever award and embodies all values and the ethos Panathlon aspires to



The attached link is full of great links for activities to do at home - art, music, dance, sports, performance, cooking etc




The West Ham United Foundation’s delivery has altered due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic and as West Ham’s response continues, the half-term is going to bring a new element to their holiday delivery programme. 

Running 10:30am-2:30pm on 26-29 May, the Foundation’s Holiday Hammers will be running free interactive, fun online development sessions, catering for boys and girls of all abilities from 5 to 14 years old. 

We invite the whole household to get involved in these sessions! Send in your images of you taking part to @WHUFoundation on Twitter! 

Coaches will be brought directly to you through video links and some of our first team and academy players will also be getting involved. 

The sessions will be workable whatever the space you have and will provide support for those wanting to improve physical literacy skills to those wanting to follow in Mark Noble or Gilly Flaherty’s footsteps. 

There will be a range of activities from Technical Football Challenges to Healthy Eating to Fun Fancy Dress Quizzes and lots more. 

A link to our virtual coures will be sent prior to 10am each day for you to go watch and join in


Follow this link to book on / register for the free sessions:



PE activities at Home


Real PE at home includes an online programme which supports families to be active, play and learn together. It includes a programme specifically for children in Early Years and Key Stage 1 with 12 themes, 6 areas, over 250 activities and challenges and 1000s of hours of fun and activity.

For children in Key Stage 2 there are carefully selected personal best challenges, skills and games designed for the home and garden. Daily and weekly guidance is provided for both programmes in addition to an option to choose your own themes and activities.

There are so many benefits to being active, not only to our physical wellbeing but also to our emotional and mental health, especially in such testing times for all of us. We hope that the ideas help support you and your family to stay fit and healthy in the coming months. Here are the details to access Real PE at home:

The website address is: 
Parent login :
Password: southwoodp 



All the children at Southwood took part in lots of sporting activities throughout the day including learning a new sport, dancing with glow sticks and running the Daily mile

Everybody had fun ( including the teachers ) and were throughly worn out at the end of the day. 

Year 5 Football

v Monteagle


Lost 2-3

Team - Abijah, Charlie S, Desmond, Ronnie, Michael, Harun, Billy, Charlie N, Sam, Bobby, Matas

Borough Netball Comp.


We entered 2 teams 


Southwood A  0 v 1 Warren

Southwood A 0 v 4 St Josephs

Southwood A 0 - 3 Rush Green

Southwood A 1 v 1 Manor


Southwood B 0 v 0 Valence

Southwood B 0 v 2 St Joseph

Southwood B 0 v 7 Warren

Southwood B 6 v 2 Marsh Green 

Boys Football

West Ham Tournament @ Robert Clack

v Ripple 1-1

v George Carey 0-1

v Benhurst 0-1

v Clarkenhall 0-1

Girls Football

v Henry Green 0-2

v St Josephs 1-1

Curling & Seated Volleyball

@ Riverside School


Boys Yr 5 Football

v St Peters


Girls Football Team

v Godwin


Team - Tabitha, Holly, Lucy, Tayha, Mia, Roxy, Shaylah, Bryanna, Izzy

Girls Football Team 

v Gascoigne



Team - Mia, Bryanna, Tabitha, Tilly, Roxy, Tayha, Lucy

Indoor Athletics

@ Sydney Russell 

Yr 5 & 6


Inclusion Festival


@ UEL Sports arena

We were invited by the London Borough of Newham to participate in their Inclusion Festival where the children played lots of new, fun and exciting games 

Boys Yr 5 Football Team

v Northbury


lost 3-5

Girls Football Team

v Northbury


The girls 1st game of the season, the result wasnt as we wished but they played really good football, tried their hardest and witha  smile of their faces, roll on the next game

Indoor Cricket Festival

@ Sydney Russell


We entered our 1st ever Indoor cricket festival with both boys and girls playing

We won our 1st game against Ripple and then lost to Valence & Warren - the children all enjoyed the day and cant wait to play again

Yr 4 & 5 Football

v Valence



The boys played extremely well for their 1st game of the season, after a slow start the boys played some great football and fought their way back into the game but eventually lost 7-3 to a very well drilled Valence side 



Michael, Ayaat, Kaylan, Ronnie, Matas, Bobby, George, Stanley, Connor, Carter

Basketball Squad

12th Nov

B & D Basketball Tournament


Played 8

Won 6

Drew 1

Lost 1

Southwood Thunder 0 v 0 St Joseph

Southwood Thunder 8 v 0 Manor Lonbridge

Southwood Thunder 6 v 4 Beam


Southwood Raptors 2 v 0 St Vincents

Southwood Raptors 14 v 0 Manor Juniors

Southwood 16 v 0 William Bellamy


Q- Final

Southwood Raptors 20 v 4 St Josephs


Semi - Final

Southwood Raptors 4 v 6 Ripple

National Panathlon Finals

Copperbox 2019


Southwood travelled to the Copperbox arena in the National Panathlon Finals against 17 of the best Schools in the country after winning the London Finals, after a great day out where all the boys and girls had a great time and thoroughly enjoyed themselves we finished 10th and can now proudly claim to be in the 10 best schools in the country at Panathlon


Year 5 & 6 Boys Football Team


The boys entered the  Essex Cup and were drawn away to Manor Longdbrige, being the boys 1st game together they played some excellent football and ran out deserved winners 4 - 0


Team - Corey, Amir, Yanis, Nicolas, Kody, Charlie, Riley, Harun, Desmond

Southwood Panathlon Team take Silver


Our successful Panathlon Team took home Silver Medals after finishing 2nd in the Barking & Dagenham Panathlon Festival




Our Yr 5 & 6 Cross Country Teams taking part in the Borough Athletics Competition at Mayesbrook Park


Well done to all those that took park running 1.3 miles 

Aysha Clunis Yr 6 came 5 out of 130

Mia Harbrodge Yr 5 cam 10 out of 120


School Games Award



We are pleased to annouce that for the 2nd year running we have achieved the School Games Gold Mark 

The School games award is a government lead award Scheme.

Facilitated by the Youth Sports Trust  to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competitions across their school and in the community, and we are delighted to have been recognised for our success.

 With a total of young people competing in Local inter school competitions this year, we are extremely proud of our pupils  for their dedication to all aspects of school sport including those young volunteers, leaders and officials who have made our competition possible. 




London Panathlon Finals

2nd July 2019

@ Copperbox Arena


Our Panathlon Team travelled to the Copperbox Arena representing Barking & Dagenham in the London Final


With the 18 teams from all across London being split in 3 pools we won our Pool and as we scored more points than all other schools we were crowned OVERALL LONDON WINNERS .


we are so pleased with our Panathlon Team the way they played all the games in a friendly and encouraging spirit.


Danceathon 2019

As part of our Health & Fitness Week we are holding a School Danceathon where ever class will dance to the latest tunes while raising funds for a School Minibus


24th - 28th June


We have lots of activities planned for our Health & Fitness week


We have Daily Yoga and Mindfullness sessions

Daily Sports Days for Reception to Yr 6

Daily Workshops from West Ham & A-life promoting Health & Fitness

Danceathon for the Whole School

Classroom activities 

Interclass Games during PE


Below are a few pictures taken during the week showing the children in action really enjoying themselves 

Year 5 & 6 Athletics Comp.


We entered the Yr 5 & 6 Borough Athletics Competition and all the boys & girls really enjoyed it and done themselves proud

Barking & Dagenham 3x3 

Basketball Finals


The Team played 5 games to reach the Finals day and then another 5 games throughout the afternoon making it all the way to the Semi Final and losing out to the eventual winner St Teresa's but bounced back to win the 3 / 4 Play play off against Monteagle

Pool Games

Southwood 4 v 6 William Bellamy

Southwood 4 v 2 St Teresa Sparks


1/4 Final

Southwood 10 v 8 Five Elms


Semi Final

Southwood 8 v 10 St Teresa Thunder


3/4 Play Off

Southwood  10 v 4 Monteagle

Southwood Cricket Team Finals


Semi Final v Manor Longbridge     lost by 10 runs


3rd/4th Place v George Carey        won by 70 runs

Southwood Cricket Team

B & D Borough Tournament 2019


Southwood v Warren - won by 70 runs


Southwood v St Josephs - won by 54 runs


Southwood v Ripple - won by 28 runs


Team - Sadan, Wazir, Harun, Riley, Parth, Noah, Kyran, Suk Raj, Sufiyan


Yr 5 & 6 Basketball

         Southwood Thunder 6 v 4 George Carey Sharks

         Southwood Thunder 14 v 0 Manor Stags

         Southwood Thunder 22 v 0 St Josephs Rockets


        Southwood Raptors 6 v 4 Manor Lynx

        Southwood Raptors 0 v 6 Valence Hurricanes

        Southwood Raptors 2 v 6 St Teresa Sparks


       Southwood Vipers 0 v 0 St Peters Falmes

       Southwood Vipers 4 v 8 Valence Saints

       Southwood Vipers 2 v 2 Ripple Storm

       Southwood Vipers 0 v 4 St Teresa Hammers

Summer After School Clubs





Run by:                   Bring Children to:



Drawing / Painting Club


Mr Mulqueen       ( Meet in Purple Class )

Art Room


Story Box Club

Yr 3-6

Ms Cooney           ( meet in Library )





Ms Bejti                ( meet in Silver Class )









Yr 5 & 6

Ms Dobson           ( meet in Aqua Class )

KS2 Playground



Yr 3 & 4

Mr Smith               ( meet in Turquoise Class )

KS1 Playground


Tennis & Rounder’s


Ms Perry                ( meet in Red Class )

KS2 Playground








Yr 3-6

Mr Raybe ( D )      ( meet in USH )

KS2 Playground



Yr 6

Mr Orr                   ( meet in Yr 6 )

Art Room









Ms Cook & Ms Ali  ( meet in Orange Class )

Orange Class



Yr 3 & 4

Ms Dobson           ( meet in Platinum Class )

KS2 Playground


Drawing / Painting Club


Mr Mulqueen       ( meet in Green Class )

Art Room




Mr Raybe ( D )      ( meet in USH )

USH / KS1 Playground


Spanish Drama


Ms Herminda       ( meet in Music Room )

Music Room



Yr 5 & 6

Mr Woni               ( meet in Emerald Class )

KS2 Playground









Miss Scott             ( Squirrels )

Reception Classroom Lunchtime




Ms Thomas           ( Hedgehogs )

Reception Classroom Lunchtime




Ms Tregent           ( Rabbits )

Reception Classroom Lunchtime

Yr 5 & 6 Girls Football

v Godwin


The girls played their 2nd match with their opponents Godwin Primary School, the girls played a lot better as they improve their skills and technique, they played some great football and all enjoyed the match

Yr 5 & 6 Girls Football

v Gascoigne



The Girls played their 1st ever match and although the result never went in our favour the Girls had an amazing time and cant wait for the next match

Yr 6 Football v Valence

19th March

Barking & Dagenham Cup

Southwood 0 v 5 Valance

Yr 6 Football v Monteagle

8th March


Monteagle 4 v 0 Southwood ( B & D Cup )


6TH Mar

@ Robert Clack


Team 1                                                    Team 2

Southwood 1 v 3 St Peters                     Southwood 5 v 2 Valence

Southwood 0 v 2 William                        Bellamy Southwod 1 v 4 William Bellamy

Southwood 3 v 1 Northbury                   Southwood 3 v 3 Valence

                                                              Southwood 1 v 5 William Bellamy

Southwood 2 v 2 William Ford

( Barking & Dagenham Cup )


Barking & Dagenham

Panathlon Champions 2019


The Team bring home ‘’GOLD’’


After playing 8 games the boys & girls thoroughly enjoyed themselves and waited with baited breath to see who won Gold – the Children clapped and cheered on all the other participating Schools until they realised they were the Winners and went up to collect their GOLD Medals & Trophy

Yr 6 Football


Barking & Dagenham Cup @ Goals

                                                                           St Jopesh’s 7 v 1 Southwood

Netball Tournament @ Barking Abbey

7th Feb 2019



Southwood A 0 v 4  Montaeagle A                                         Southwood B 1 v  0 Warren B

Southwood A 2 v 1 William Bellamy A                                  Southwood B 3 v 1 Rush Green B

Southwood A 5 v 0 Five Elms A                                              Southwood B 1 v 2 Monteagle B

Southwood A 0 v 12 Beam A                                                  Southwwod B 2 v 0 Ripple B

Yr 3 & 4 New Age Curling


The Borough organised a New Activity – New Age Curling for Years 3 & 4


We Travelled to Riverside School in Dagenham to play 4 games against different Schools

The Children had a fantastic time trying out this new sport

2018 World Cup Cycling


20 Children from Yr6 attended the World Cup Cycling at the Velodrome on Friday 14th Dec to Watch some of the Greatest Cyclists in the World


Our Panathlon Team came 2nd in the competition this week and took home their SILVER MEDALS!

Southwood v Thomas Arnold

1-1 after Full time ( lost 3-2 Penalties )

Southwood kicked off and attacked Thomas Arnold from the start and nearly scoring within the first few minutes – it was end of end football with both sides nearly scoring on several occasions, some great goal keeping by Ahmed and defending by Kyran, Daniel & Clarence kept the score 0-0 at half time – the second half saw Southwood fall behind when Thomas Arnold scored but Southwood never let their heads drop and with 5 minutes to go Wasir broke through and scored to finish 1-1


As it was a Cup game and getting quite dark the game when straight to Penalties , after Ahmed saved the first and Charlie & wasir scored to lead 2-1 the Thomas Arnold then made 3 great saves and saw his side win 3-2 – it was a great game of football played in the right spirit with the boys shaking hands and congratulating each other at the end  - we wish Thomas Arnold all the best in the next round.

Yr 6 Borough Basketball Winners 2018


Southwood Thunder                                                                                      Southwood Raptors

Southwood 5 v 0 Manor                Stags                                                                    Southwood 1 v 1 Manor Longbrigde

Southwood 3 v 1 Rush Green                                                                     Southwood 1 v 8 St Teresa Sparks

Southwood 3 v 1 St Teresa Blues                                                               Southwood 0 v 4 Ripple

Southwood 3 v 1 Manor Crusaders                                                          Southwood 2 v 0 Rush Green Lynx


Semi Final

Southwood Thunder 3 v 2 George Carey


Southwood Thunder 5 v 2 St Teresa Sparks

Match Report by Charlie T ( Cpt )


Southwood 4 v 3 Valence


On Wednesday 10th October Southwood Primary School made the short trip to Valence to play a local Friendly game of Football for Yr6 boys. Southwood kicked off and conceded a goal within the first few minutes but played our way back into the game and scored a couple of goals before half time from Noah & Monabi to lead 2-1 at the break – Valence scored 2 goals straight after half time to lead 3-2 but we never gave up and Monabi scored his second to level 3-3 and with a couple of minutes to go Charlie scored to win the game 4-3


Mr Stevens quoted ‘’ it was a bit scrappy at first but we tried playing passing football and got better and better as the game went on ‘’ – He was very happy with the ‘’Team’’ performance as was My Raybe who was delighted with us on how we played


Man of the Match was Clarence for staying in his position all game and playing really well


Roll on our next opponents

Year 5 & 6 Athletics Competition- June 2018

Our Yr 5 & 6 Cricket Team playing in the Borough Festival 2018 coming a creditable 2nd in their Pool lead excellently by Sadan.

Our Yr 3 & 4 Football Team playing our local Neighbours Valence and winning 6-3 ( Desmond scoring 5 and Holly 1 ).

Our Yr 5 & 6 Basketball Squad Playing at Eastbury in the Borough Tournament and finishing a Superb 4th of our 52 Teams.

Our Barking and Dagenham borough basketball championship team, led by coach Lamar

We even managed to get into the local newspaper!
Our children were also successful at the Panathlon inclusion games, coming in 3rd place and winning an amazing trophy!

We are extremely proud of our Pan-athletes brining home the 3rd place trophy!

We have also entered a number of football teams for the first time in many years. Teams from Years 3, 4, 5 & 6 have all competed this year. This has included both a boys and a girls team! 

Year 5 Football


Our year 5 football team made it on to the front page and were featured in the Barking and Dagenham post as part of the School's World Cup competition, with finals taking place at Dagenham and Redbridge on Saturday 23rd July! We play Valence Primary School in the semi-final!

Here is a selection of pictures from some other sports and competitions we have competed in:

Our sports relief day! We raised over £2500 for charity with every child running a mile!