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Sporting Events

Y3/4 Movement Festival

Children from years 3 and 4 visited Totteridge Academy to take part in a range of activities such as games, gymnastics and cheerleading. These were led by secondary school leaders and the children had a blast. They took part in target practice, in groups they made different shapes and balanced together. Along with making poms poms for dancing which was the highlight of the day!


Cross Country- Autumn Term

Children from Years 4-6 took part in a cross country competition at Oak Hill Park where they competed against 15 other schools. Our pupils have shown great enthusiasm towards long distance running and they have spent many sessions training to lead up to the competition. We are so proud of everyone who participated as running a mile isn't easy! We even had two pupils win a medal. Well done, Livingstone!

KS1 Christmas Festival

Children who attend Year 1 and 2 after school club were chosen to take part in a sports festival with a Christmas theme. It was a great day where children took part in a range of team building exercises and participation games. 

Year 5 & 6 Netball Competition

Children from Years 5-6 were selected to participate in

our netball inter-house competition against other

schools. This has been our first netball competition in

nearly two years! The children represented Livingstone

brilliantly. We took two teams and each team played

four matches. Out of the eight matches played, we won

four and drew one which is a great score record.


Football Inter-house Competition- Autumn

Children who attend our football after school club regularly take part in fixtures and inter-house competitions where they play various matches against other schools in the borough. Our teams play at Powerleague and play 4 matches. We are so proud of how our pupils present themselves and represent our school. They work so hard during our training sessions and it is a great experience to take all the skills they have learnt and apply them in match scenarios. 

Boccia and New Age Kurling

Children from our provision love participating in different sporting games and we were lucky enough to have a boccia and new age kurling session with our school game organisers from Barnet Partnership for School Sport. This session was important because we wanted to give the children a taster of the different spring and summer events that they will participate in. 

Cricket Taster Session

On Thursday 24th February, a coach from Middlesex Cricket Club visited to lead a session with Years 3-6. The session was designed to give children a taster about the sport. The children took part in different fun activities to help with different skills such as aiming, throwing, catching and batting.


Some children attended a Panathlon event in April where they took part in different sporting activities such as parachute games, target games and even a bit of football. It was wonderful to see the children engaged and working together. Nine other schools from Barnet attended this competition and at the end of the event we waited eagerly to hear the results. We are delighted to announce that our boys came 1st and were awarded with medals, certificates and a trophy which has taken centre stage on our trophy cabinet. We are incredibly proud of the boys. They were treated to a champions welcome with the whole school cheering them as they arrived on the playground to celebrate their tremendous achievement. A huge congratulations to Zach, Jaydon, Jamie, Mario, Calvin, George, Nathan and Jack!

KS1 Festival

Children from Years 1 and 2 attended a sports festival at Stone X Stadium on Tuesday. The children had lots of fun as they had a little help from their teddy bears! The event was hosted by volunteers from Secondary school who led a variety of games incorporating jumping, running, throwing and team work. The children had a great afternoon out and represented the school fabulously.

Commonwealth Activities

Our P.E councillors were fortunate to have some sports leadership training from our local school games organiser, Barnet Partnership for School Sport. Our sport leaders from Years 5 and 6 worked collaboratively to design activity stations linked to the Commonwealth Games. They led these sporting activities for some children in Years 3 and 4 where they took control, modelled the activities clearly and were motivantional and helpful.

Athletics Championship

The KS2 Athletics Competition took place at the Copthall Stone X Stadium in which year 3, 4, 5 and 6 participated. There were a variety of different sports events such as: relay, 400m, high jump, long jump, javelin, shot putt, speed bounce, tug of war and sprinting. We had many children finishing in 3rd, 2nd and 1st place and we are extremely proud of everyone who took part. Amazingly, we managed to come second place overall but also winning the field events trophy and tug of war trophy. Well done, Livingstone!


On Friday 20th May Yr2 - Yr6 took part in an archery workshop. Children learnt how to put the arrow into the bow, played some games and best of all, had some fun. Everyone who participated tried their very best and had shown what they learnt.


Dodgeball Intra-house

Pupil voice is very important to us and we strive to take our young people's views into consideration when planning school sport events. Our P.E councillors took part in a survey to find out what intra-house competitions they would like to take part in. By popular demand, dodgeball was introduced. The tournament teams were yellow, red, green and blue. All the points from each competition were collated together to generate an overall Livingstone Dodgeball Champion of Champions. In joint 3rd place were the Green and Blue Team, 2nd place was the Yellow Team and 1st place goes to Red Team. 

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