Pupils from Years 4 to 6 have the opportunity to take part in adult-led training during the autumn and spring terms. This gives them the chance to form a school football team and enter tournaments with other schools in the area.

During 2017 we have teams for both girls and boys.

Girls Football Match Report 2017

Gorsemoor School vs

Five Ways School

Report by Year 4 girls’ football team

We left at 3:00 and kick off was at 3:30, we may not have won but we did try our best.

Our positions – Olivia – goalie – Rihanna, Grace and Chloe were all midfielders – Ellie and Emily were defenders and Katie was our striker. (These positions were our positions for the first half).

The game we played with enthusiasm and determination as we wanted to win the game and were running up and down the pitch like maniacs!!! We almost scored 5 times and Grace and Rihanna were sprinting up and down the field to try and get the ball.

Our injury – Ellie must have been our most injured yet determined player on the team because she had a ball booted into her arm and her eye and she was struggling to breathe.

Yes we didn't win but we played with pride

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Girls’ Football

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Girls’ Football Boys’ Football
Active Lives provide girls’ coaching sessions - see photogallery below.

Boys Football Match Report 2017

Glory for Gorsemoor Primary School

Report by Henry Handley (Captain)

On Thursday 23rd March, Gorsemoor’s Year Five and Six football team played a football match against Pye Green Academy. The weather conditions were not the best but the team turned up at Pye Green with great enthusiasm. After a quick warm up, Mr Allers organised the team into their positions. The whistle blew and Gorsemoor were straight away on the attack, driving forward and scoring in minutes. Feeling confident, the lads took control of the game, scoring another two goals before half time. Pye Green managed to score a goal shortly before the whistle blew. During the half time talk, Mr Allers mentioned that every time we passed the ball we scored. Taking Mr Allers’s advice on board, we started passing more often and continued our success by gaining another six goals. Unfortunately, we conceded  again, but  with nine goals put away, Pye Green had no chance of recovering.

Well played Gorsemoor!