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Sports At OLOL


Spring Term Highlights

- Wednesday 22nd February 2017: Year 3 and 4 Football Festival at Capital City Academy

-Friday 24th February 2017: Year 3 and 4 Friendly Match with Leopold Primary School at Stonebridge Pavilion - TURNED INTO A PRACTICE   

Year 3 and 4 Football Practice at Stonebridge Pavilion

Autumn Term Highlights:

- Years 5 and 6 had the opportunity to sample a new sport called 'Y Ball'

-Deacon Julio visits the KS2 playground to teach the children some new basketball skills

-Year 6 are participating in Basketball workshops on Thursday afternoons

- Wednesday 12th October 2016: Our Year 5/6 Football Team participated in the Brent QPR Tournament.

-Wednesday 29th October 2016: Year 4 Friendly Football match with St. Josephs Wembley 

-Thursday 20th October 2016: Year 5/6 South Brent Football League Games 

-Thursday 3rd November 2016: KS1 Football Festival

-Wednesday 9th November 2016: Under 11 Kids Cup Football Tournament

-Wednesday 23rd November 2016: Brent Cup League Game with Sudbury Primary School

-Friday 6th January 2017: FUN FIT FRIDAY

Fun Fit Friday in the Nursery

Brent Cup League Game with Sudbury Primary School

Under 11 Kids Cup Football Tournament

Year 5/6 QPR Football Tournament

Lunchtime basketball with Deacon Julio

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Deacon Julio plays basketball with KS2

Summer Term Sports

Year 2 and 3 have been participating in Tennis lessons led by a specialist coach.


Year 5 have been working on their Korfball skills with student coaches from the Convent of Jesus and Mary





OLOL will be representing, learning about and celebrating the uniqueness of 10 different countries who will all be taking part in this summer's 2016 Olympic Games in Rio! 


Every Friday afternoon children join their allocated country team (which is a mix of students from Nursery through to Year 6) and they learn the following:  general knowledge about the country, all about the flag, an anthem or song from their country, all about the home language including greetings and counting, traditional dishes and traditional dress and/or costumes. 


Be sure to ask your children what country they are representing and what they learn each week and tune back weekly for pictures from our experience all around the world!!! 

Year 4 QPR Football Tournament ... we won 2 and lost 2, but our Fair Play behaviours excelled the entire day!

OLOL TAG RUGBY WORLD CUP: what a fun day had by all!!! The children were able to show off all of their learning in the most competitive way today - A TOURNAMENT!!! KS1 had a Multi-skills tournament and KS2 competed in actual Tag Rugby matches. Reception and all of Key Stage 1 were at the Pavilion to watch the finals and it was one exciting afternoon!

OLOL Tag Rugby World Cup Day: Friday 16th October 2015

Welcome to a new Autumn Term!  


PE this year should be even more fun and exciting than previous years.  Children will have opportunities to compete in intermural sports (against other schools) and intramural (within OLOL). 


England is hosting the 2015 Rugby World Cup and therefore Rugby is our focus sport this term! 


Watch this space for photos and ask your children how much they enjoy it.

O.L.O.L. Sports

Our Lady guides  us as we have fun learning together,

aiming to be the best that we can be


Summer term

Summer is here at last and the weather has been good. Our pupils have had a fantastic year so far, but this term has been even better. Tennis in our playground has been very popular. Our pupils have shown an increase in their ability which is down to excellent P.E. lessons and after school clubs. We will be staging our Sports Day at the Pavilion on Monday 29th June. There will be races in the morning plus an award ceremony in the afternoon. We hope to see all there. 



Spring term

Years three, four and five participated in a series of friendly football matches against Ark Academy. Though these were friendly games both teams played well and showed excellent sportsmanship. O.L.O.L lost two and drew one. Year four have entered the Hendon Cup so these matches have been a good experience for our pupils. Year 6 are still in the Brent Cup so there is still a chance of a trophy. Lastly Key stage two have started Unihoc (a form of hockey) over at the Pavilion, whilst being extremely fun to play, team bonding, space awareness, and coordination are some of the skills being learned.


Hendon Cup winners