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Sports News

Welcome to the Sports Page for 2022-2023

Here you will find the latest updates of the sporting events that will take place throughout the year. We can't wait to share with you our sporting achievements through competitions and also through our core values.


Spalding Hockey Tournament

On Friday 18th November, St Thomas’ Hockey team made the regular journey to Surfleet to compete in the 2nd tournament of the season. With 2 new additions in the team, we felt confident we would continue our successive run in the tournament. We were correct as we again won 2, drew 1 and narrowly lost 1 game which saw us end the evening in 2nd place. Training has begun again in preparation for the new year!

Infinity Academy Trust Football Tournament - Infinity Cup

On Saturday 12th November, St Thomas’ held our annual Infinity Cup Football Tournament which the schools in Infinity Academy Trust were invited. 6 schools were in attendance and it lived up to the promise of high level football, sportsmanship and our values on show throughout. The team from St Thomas’ grew into the tournament and were rallied on by the coaching of Mrs Morris and the support from Miss Sharples, along with all the parents in attendance. St Thomas’ finished 4th overall which we are very proud of the team!


Spalding Hockey Club

On Friday 7th October, our Hockey team made the journey to Surfleet to participate in the first Hockey tournament of the season. With some new faces from last year, the team gelled well and played some excellent Hockey against other well played teams. Overall, St Thomas’ finished 2nd in their group after securing 2 wins, 1 draw and a loss. We are now training hard again in preparation for our next tournament in November. 

In September, Year 6 went to Caythorpe for PGL. The children certainly were able to put the core values into action and role model the incredible manners that they have. Resilience was key through the week whether it was when at the top of a wall or pole or when hunting for clues necessary to solve a problem. Fellowship was demonstrated in abundance - the support and cheering provided was clear to all. Once the children were able to show trust to the leaders in the equipment, they were able to abseil down walls, jump off high poles, tie challenging knots and allow themselves to stay away from their parents they demonstrated great skills. All the adults were impressed and could not believe how quickly they climbed up or down.