On 8th May our high five team were faced with their toughest game of the year yet. The whole match left both staff and parents on tender hooks as the goal difference remained very close. Although St Thomas More pupils were very quick and skilful, our team were determined throughout the match and strived for a 9-5 victory by the end of the final quarter. Well done to Isaac who was nominated as player of match!
On Monday 19th March our high five team played St Thomas More. After the second quarter we were behind by two goals. However, this did not deter the determination and teamwork of our team. During the third and final quarters they worked extremely hard and achieved a 7-3 victory. Well done to our team for their great work throughout. Congratulations to Sam who was nominated as player of the match!
On Monday 5th February our team gathered for their first game of 2018. Although they faced a very skilled and quick team, they worked together to gain a victory.
Well done to Grace who was nominated as player of the match.
On Tuesday 6th December our team played in the first round of the city cup. During the first quarter our children were off to a fantastic start and scored five goals. As the game continued, there were four goals scored in the second quarter, two goals in the third quarter and four goals in the final quarter. The final result was 15-0. The children worked hard throughout to maintain high standards of foot work, discipline and team work!
Well done to Ben who was nominated as player of the match.
On Thursday 30th November we travelled to Holy Family to play our last Catholic League match before Christmas. After a fast start, we were up 4-0 after the first quarter. Our team worked well throughout the match to secure a 9-0 win. Well done to our team, keep up the hard work!
Well done to Edel who was nominated as player of the match!
On Tuesday 29th November our Yr 5 & 6 High five team faced the cold weather to play another league match. From the start they were working well as a team which enabled them to score five goals in the first quarter. As the match went on, our children managed to keep a great level of defence and goal scoring. After three quarters, we stopped with a final score of 12-0 for CTK. The final quarter was played as a friendly with mixed St Thomas More and CTK teams for fun.
Well done to Ben who was nominated as player of the match.
Coventry Futsal Tournament (Boys & Girls Teams)
Wednesday 22nd November some of our boys and girls represented our school at the Coventry Futsal tournament at Coventry Connexion. The girls team finished runners up overall winning 2 out of their 3 games. Our boys went undefeated in the competition and although they drew twice eventually results went their way in other games and they were crowned champions. We will now represent Coventry in the West Midland Finals in the new year.
CTK v OLA Boys Football
On Tuesday 21st the boys played against Our Lady of the Assumption School. They were well matched in the first half and at half time scores were level at 1-1. In the second half we found our form and following early goals we built a comfortable lead finishing the game 4-1 winners.
On Monday 20th November our team travelled to All Souls Catholic Primary School to play another high five league match. Players from both teams showed great skills and determination throughout the game. After four very competitive quarters our pupils achieved a 5-2 victory.
Congratulations to Edel who was nominated as player of the match!
CTK v Various Coventry 7 a-side finals
On Saturday 18th November our boys played in the Coventry 7 a-side finals. They played some great football but were unfortunately knocked out in the Semi Finals.
On Friday 17th November our girls football team travelled to John Gulson Primary School to play their first league match of the year. The girls got off to a fantastic start with Kiera scoring the first goal. Within the first five minutes of the game, our girls had managed to score three goals. Although this was the first time some of the girls had represented our school in football, the team worked together throughout and showed some impressive skills. The match ended with a 7-0 victory for CTK. Well done to all of the girls who took part.
On Tuesday 14th November our team travelled to St Anne's Catholic Primary School to play their second match of the year. The game was competitive and very fast paced throughout! Our pupils managed to work together successfully as a team to achieve a 12-3 victory. Well done to all pupils involved.
Congratulations to Sam who was nominated as player of the match!
On Saturday 11th November our girls took part in the Coventry 7 aside finals where they made it through to the grand final against St Christopher's. If possession, shots and chances won matches we would have been clear winners however St Christopher's were clinical in front of goal with 2 shots and 2 goals. We were very proud of our gallant runners up.
On Friday 10th November 27 of pupils represented our school in the Sainsbury's School Games Sportshall Athletics. In all track events our pupils achieved either 1st or 2nd place which is an outstanding achievement alone! Once all track and field events were complete, the results were announced.
Well done to all of our pupils for representing our school so well! We are looking forward to competing in the Sportshall Athletics area finals!
On Thursday 9th November our boys played St Thomas More School in the Catholic Schools League. Having drawn our 2 previous league games the team were determined to get a win and all the points. They started very well with a lot of energy and eventually the pressure paid off and Joel scored following a great reverse pass from Isaac. Charlie added to this with a powerful strike just before half time . In the second half we continued where they had left off and goals from Isaac (2) and Sam made the final score 5-0. Well done boys, a tough game against Holy Family to come next Thursday.
On Saturday 4th November our girls played in their first tournament of this year. They had games against two visiting schools Finham Primary and Willenhall Primary. In wet conditions the girls played really well and grew in confidence. In the first game they won 2-0 but could have scored more hitting the woodwork at least twice. The second game although they dominated possession they had very precarious 1-0 lead until late in the game. with 2 minutes to go Willenhall equalised but our girls responded and went straight back down the other end for Abigail to score a fantastic winner. Final score 2-1. Good luck to the girls who play the finals on Saturday morning 9.15 at Christ the King.
On Friday 3rd November our boys travelled to Frederick Bird Primary School to play their first Harry Shaw cup game. We made a very positive start with Charlie scoring a fantastic individual goal to take the lead. We then added to this with goals from Isaac, Joel and Thomas. Although we conceded in the second half they boys continued to play well and the final score was 1-8 win.
On Thursday 19th October our boys played a cup game away at All Souls School. They were first onto the score sheet with a great goal from Joel, which were added to by Isaac and Charlie but were pegged back to 1-3 just before half time. In the second half the boys added to their lead but then the rain came. The boys continued to play in monsoon conditions with their parents absolutely drowned on the sidelines. The game finished 1-5 to CTK. Well done to all who played and in particular the drenched supporters on the sidelines!
On Friday 13th eight of our pupils travelled to a football tournament and what a talented bunch of boys they were- scoring 26 goals and conceding only 8!
The boys played 3 group games, they ended up winning two and drawing one. They then progressed to the next round which ended up going to golden goal. Every two minutes a player had to leave the pitch, CTK was down to the last 2 players and the boys managed to score another goal. The next round was played straight after. With the boys still tired from the game before, they gave everything they could and the game went to golden goal again. They were whittled down to the two last players. We unfortunately conceded a wonder goal which the keeper couldn’t have possibly stopped.
The talented boys represented the school so well, their coaches were extremely proud.
On Thursday 12th the boys travelled to St Mary & St Benedict's primary school to play their second game in the league. They took the lead through a first half penalty but were quickly pinned back by a good equaliser. They dominated the game but a number of great saves and the woodwork kept them out. The game finished 1-1.
On Saturday 7th October our boys football team took part in the City 7 asider qualifying tournament. They played 3 games against Ernesford Grange, Parkgate School and Hollyfast Primary winning 2 and losing 1 qualifying as group winners they will now play in the finals on Saturday 18th November.
CTK v St John Vianney School (CCPSSA Football League)
On Thursday 5th October our boys played their first football match of the season against St John Vianney School. They made a very positive start with Isaac scoring twice but at half time found themselves 3-2 down. In the second half they battled on with Sam coming off the bench to score a very skillful equaliser. Unfortunately we couldn't find a winning goal and the game finished 3-3. Well done to all who took part.
On Tuesday 3rd October our high five team had their first match of this academic year. After two nail-biting quarters we had a slight lead in the scores. Once we started the third quarter, Grace scored six goals within six minutes! After some fantastic goals and great teamwork shown by all, the final result was 13-3.
Well done to Grace who was nominated player of the match.
On Thursday 29th June our Year 3/4 team and 5/6 tennis teams were competing in Level 2 of the School Games final. Throughout numerous matches all of our pupils played excellently and represented our school very well. Overall, our Year 5/6 team finished 4th, whilst our Year 3/4 finished 1st and will progress through to county finals (Level 3).
Well done to both teams for their efforts today!
On Tuesday our pupils took part in the last of this year's catholic sports events the Football and Netball Rally this year hosted at the Xcel Sports Centre. All of the Catholic primary schools in the city were involved and competition was fierce. Our High 5 team were knocked out by the eventual winners St John Vianney, whilst our Football team although undefeated, did not progress from their group. Overall our School finished 3rd in this year's Donal Kenny Trophy with Holy Family School winning. We look forward to our opportunity next year to win it back!
On Thursday 22nd June we took our athletics team across to the Coventry Catholic Primary Schools Sports Association Annual Athletics Meeting. All 18 schools from across the city were competing and we had some success. Harley Kinsella and Thalia Porretta both made it to the finals of their sprint events, as did both of our relay teams with the girls finishing 2nd in the final.
Well done to all who represented us so well.
On Tuesday 20th June our Year 5 Cricket Team took part in the Catholic Sports Tournament winning their group games against All Souls and St Elizabeth's. We then played in the final against Holy Family and in a very tense game we lost out by 4 runs, therefore placing 2nd!
Well done to those who took part!
On Friday 16th June our Girls Football Team took part in the Catholic Sports Girls Football Tournament. In the group stage they won their first game 3-0 and then drew games 0-0 with All Soul’s and St Thomas More. They went onto play in the semi final against St Osburg's which was a very close game finishing 1-1. After extra time it went into penalties, going all the way to sudden death, during which Molly Kavanagh made some fantastic saves and we won 5-4. They won the final game against St Thomas More 2-0.
Well done to all the girls who took part, you are the Catholic Schools Football Champions!
On Friday 26th May our Yr 5 cricket team competed in a kwik cricket tournament. Below are the scores from the day:
CTK 274 vs 257 St Benedicts B team
CTK 274 vs 230 Rugby B team
CTK 279 vs 261 All Souls
Our pupils managed to get to the final, however they were defeated by St Benedictus team A. Well done to all of our pupils who took part!
On Saturday 1st April nineteen of our CTK pupils gathered at Bablake playing fields for the Coventry primary schools girls X country races. Six pupils were chosen to take part in the A race and the rest all ran in the B race. The results for the first few each individual runners from each group are pictured below. As a team the B race girls placed third overall! We are very proud of every child who ran in today's races!
On Thursday 30th March our Year 5 and 6 runners walked down to Bablake playing fields to compete in the Coventry Catholic schools X country relay races. Well done to all of our runners who ran in the event, you all represented our school so well!
All of the photos from the event are on our school gallery website page.
Well done to all of our players for their hard work throughout all of the league matches! Overall, our team has placed third in the league!
On Tuesday 28th March 2017 our Year five and six high five team competed against Holy Family in their final match of the league. After a tough start, we were quite a few goals behind. During the final three quarters, our team fought back until we were drawing 7-7 with only 30 seconds to go. During the last minute Holy Family managed to score a goal which meant the match ended with a close 8-7 victory for Holy Family.
Congratulations to Maicie who was nominated player of the match.
On Tuesday our boys travelled to St John Vianney School to play in the league. After a promising start the boys grew in confidence which they converted into goals. Scorers were Jack, Dallan and Isaac and this was added to by Jack's second from the penalty spot to put us 0-4 up at half time. In the second half Isaac added another and the St John Vianney keeper made some fantastic saves to prevent Jack and Isaac from achieving a Hat-trick. The final score was St John Vianney 1-5 CTK
Last Friday (24th March), some of our Year 5 & 6 girls footballers played in matches against St John Vianney, Holbrooks and Willenhall primary schools. The results of each game are below:
CTK 2-0 H
CTK 1-0 W
CTK 0-1 SJV
After an equal result of goals for CTK and SJV, the final resulted in penalties. This resulted in our girls winning the penalties by 3-0. Well done to all of the girls who took part!
After school on Thursday 23rd March, some pupils from Years 5 & 6 walked down to Bablake playing fields to compete against other Catholic schools in the city in X country races. The girls were first to race. They maintained a good pace throughout. Our first pupil to finish was Emma Jackson in sixth place! Within the boy's race, they got off to a very fast and competitive start! Our first pupil to finish in the boy's race was Adam Jackson in third place!
Well done to all pupils who participated in the races.
On Thursday 23rd March our Year 5 & 6 high five team played against St John Vianney in the final. From the first whistle, the game was very even and competitive! After four nail-biting quarters, unfortunately the final score was SJV 5 - 4 CTK. Well done to our team for their hard work and team work throughout the match.
Well done to Freddie who was nominated as player of the match.
On Tuesday 21st March our Year 5 & 6 high five team hosted their league game against St Augustines. After beginning the match 1-0 down, our team worked hard and finished the game victorious. The final score was 13-2.
Well done to Lennon who was nominated as player of the match.
On Saturday 18th March our runners gathered together to form three teams: boys, girls and mixed relay teams. Overall, 36 primary schools from Coventry competed at the event. First to race was the mixed relay team. After a positive start, our runners maintained their determination throughout and achieved 7th place! Next up was the girls relay race. Although very nervous, our girls kept a good pace throughout and achieved 13th! The final race consisted of the boys relay teams. After a very competitive race our boys did us proud and placed 16th! Well done to all of our children for their results today.
An array of talent was shown by children from numerous schools and we are so proud of the achievements of our pupils at the competition.
On Friday 17th March 12 of our Year 5 pupils participated in a Wasps rugby tournament. Upon arrival they were fitted with gum shields and then took part in five different training sessions which helped them learn the different areas of contact rugby. Within the afternoon, the children then played contact rugby matches. The results are below:
CTK 5 - 1 Whitemore Park
CtK 5 - 1 Willenhall
As a result of the whole day, Joel received player of the tournament and Charlie received most improved player!
On Thursday evening the boys played in the league against Holy Family School. At half time they found themselves 0-2 down but rallied in the second half to pull a goal back for a tense finish. Final score 1-2.
On Thursday 16th March our Year 5/6 team participated in a school games high five tournament. They played excellently as a team throughout and only conceded one goal! The determination and sportsmanship of our pupils was outstanding.
|3||0 - St Johns|
|3||0 - Finham|
|2||0 - Whitmore Park|
|4||0 - Allesley Park|
|2||1 - Eastern Green Primary|
On Wednesday 15th March, our Year 5 & 6 athletes participated in the school games county final (level 3). All pupils worked really hard in a range of events. Our pupils placed 7th out of the 9 best teams in the county! We are so proud of their achievements in the sportshall athletics tournament this year.
|1||336||Knowle CE Primary School|
|2||322||Marston Green Junior School|
|3||314||St Greogory's Catholic Primary School|
|4||296||Willenhall Community Primary School|
|5||214||The Canons CE Primary School|
|6||206||Dunchurch Boughton Junior School|
|8||190||Telford Junior School|
|9||122||Warton Nethersole's CR Primary School|
Our busy sporting week began with the Coventry Catholic Sports swimming gala. An array of talent was shown by all schools who brought with them children from years 4-6. Our pupils showed off their skills and overall we gained 6 bronze, 11 silver and 2 gold medals! The overall results are shown below:
|1||St Thomas More|
|2||St John Vianney|
|6||Our Lady of Assumption|
Thank you to the great support from our parents for the event!
On Friday evening our boys Football team played in the semi final of The Catholic Cup against St Augustine's School. At full time there was nothing to split the teams both tied at 2-2. Extra time was played but the outcome went to penalties. Unfortunately we lost 4-3. We wish St Augustine's the best of luck in the final.
On Thursday 2nd March our high five team played St John Vianney in the Catholic Cup. After a challenging four quarters, SJV maintained a lead and went on to win 7-2.
Well done to all the children involved, especially Hannah Gibson who won player of the match for CTK!
On Wednesday 15th February 2017, 25 pupils from Years 5 & 6 took part in the School Games Sportshall Athletics final. All pupils participated in a range of track and field events. CTK won the final by achieving the most points overall. As a result of this, we are now through to county finals! Well done to all children for their efforts and great sportsmanship at the event.
Overall points scored:
CTK - 140
Whitmore Park - 138
Finham Primary - 94
St John Vianney - 90
On Wednesday 25th January Ms Mann took 8 children to participate in a Dodgeball competition (School games). They played well throughout and won one of three games. Unfortunately, they have not progress through to the final.
Well done to all the children involved for their determination.
On Thursday 19th January we played All Souls in a league match at home. We started the game well with most of the possession; we took most of our chances and kept on passing around. Luckily, Joseph saved a brilliant free kick from the left hand side before the whistle blew for half time.
The start of the second half was like the first but we took more chances. We kept on getting closer to the goal but couldn't hit the back of the net. We thought we scored when Adam had a fantastic shot however it only just slipped past the post. The score ended as 0-0.
Well done to Adam who was nominated as man of the match.
On the 8th December CTK played the replay of our Harry Shaw Cup game against John Gulson School. Having already been in a tough fixture drawing 1-1 at home we knew this would be a close game. Although we had lots of opportunities to score in the first half the teams were both level at half time 0-0.
Early in the second half we conceded a goal after a great piece of skill by their centre forward. Then late on in the game we conceded a second whilst trying to push forward to find an equaliser. Final score 2-0 to John Gulson School.
On the 7th December CTK participated in a six-aside tournament at Blue Coat school. Our first game was against Canon Maggs team A. We started the game well and were passing the ball around quickly with no goals for either team.
Our second game was against Canon Maggs team B. We started the game well but unfortunately again there were no goals for either team.
In the next game against Whitmore Park we were faced with a challenging match. They played very well and unfortunately we lost 6-0.
In our final game we played Willenhall primary. It was a slow start but we got better as the game went on. James scored to make it 1-0. We tried to keep pushing for another goal, however the opposing team managed to even the score, therefore making the result 1-1.
On Tuesday 6th December our team played against Sacred Heart. Jack M scored three goals giving us a good start to the game. However Sacred Heart did not give up and managed to score two goals. The final score was 3-2.
Lennon was nominated player of the match.
On Tuesday 22nd November, our high five team participated in another league game. After a good start the weather started to deteriorate, however both teams persevered in the rain to complete the game. After some good goals from the opposing team our children worked well as a team to maintain strong defence and brilliant shooting. When the final whistle blew, our team maintained their unbeaten record with a 10-3 victory.
Well done to Freddie who was nominated player of the match.
On Thursday 10th November our team had a good start with some quick passes. We made the most of our opportunities. Jack scored our first goal of the match. We felt we needed another to get a clear lead. Lennon crossed the ball in the box and Jack finished it in the bottom corner to make the score 2-0. We came onto the pitch feeling confident, passing the ball round and creating space. We managed to score another three goals which made the score 5-0. Towards the end of the match Ryan took the opportunity to toe poke the ball in the goal making the final result 6-0.
Jack was voted man of the match.
On Monday 14th November CTK played their first Catholic cup game against Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School. The first quarter showed us it was going to be a challenging match. The opposing team scored two goals within the first six minutes. CTK did not give up and began to work well as a team to finish the match with a score of 7-2.
Edel was nominated player of the match.
On Monday 7th November our high five team played another league match. After some goals were scored by St Thomas More, our players kept their heads held high and tried their best. Their hard work paid off as our team started to even the result. Within the final quarter our defense helped to keep the ball and allowed our attackers to end the game with a 4-2 result. Another great result for our team.
Well done to Freddie who was nominated player of the match.
On Friday the 4th November the girls football team played in a tournament against various teams
In the first game grace played centre midfield with Nieve on the left and Edel on the right .In defence we had Hannah and Emma, and upfront we had Ciera. The game started off well with Hannah scoring a great goal. The match ended with CTK wining 1-0.
The second game was a bit harder but we manged to win with Grace and Jessica scoring making the score 2-0.
The third game was our hardest game against manor park. CTK had a couple of falls but molly and Leona the goalkeepers were not letting in any goals and we ended the game with a score of 0-0.
Once the tournament had finished we were told the results. Unfortunately, we came 2nd due to goal difference.
Well done CTK girls football team.
On Tuesday 11th October CTK participated in their first Harry Shaw cup game of the year. Before half time we were able to score four goals. We came back to the second half feeling confident and Charlie managed to score a cracking goal! Lennon followed this by scoring another two goals. Shortly after this, Jack and Harley also scored.
Lennon received man of the match.
Within our second league match, on Monday 10th October, we played St Osburgs in our first away game of the year. As the game began it was clear that the game was going to be tough. The first two goals were scored by St Osburgs in the second quarter, however CTK were not willing to give up. In the third quarter Orla and Grace scored two goals making the score an even tie. During the final quarter it wasn't all to play for. Freddie secured victory for CTK with a final goal in the last minute of the match! The final score was 3 - 2.
For his effort and determination Freddie was awarded man of the match.
On Thursday 6th October Christ the king played in a tournament against Whitmore Park and Willenhall primary. The first game was against Willenhall primary we started of well with Lennon crossing it in and jack slid in and scored to make the score 1-0 we started to pass the ball around and gradually we scored another the final score was 2-0 to CTK.
Then it was Whitmore Park against Willenhall primary and it was 1-0 to Whitmore Park.
In the second game we played Whitmore Park it was a tough game and we defended very well and took our chances, they took their chances to Freddie saves a cracking header and tipped it over the bar to make it a corner and the final score was 0-0 Christ the king went through to the final.
On Tuesday 4th October we played our first high five league match. In the first quarter All Souls scored. In the second quarter James scored which changed the score to one all. In the third quarter Hannah scored which meant we were winning by one point. Within the same quarter All Souls scored another goal which evened the score at 2-2. In the final quarter Freddie secured CTK a victory by scoring another two goals which meant the final score was 4-2.
Freddie was voted played of the match by All Souls pupils.
On the 30th September CTK played their first boys football match against Our Lady of Assumption. We started the game well with Jack scoring two goals. After a while Lennon scored another which made the score 3-0. After half time we went back on the pitch and scored another three goals. We took every opportunity to improve our result with Tommy and James increasing our score to 8-2.
Jack received man of the match.