Clubs

Our extra-curricular activities provide opportunities for children of all ages and abilities to enjoy a range of activities.  Children are encouraged to develop interests in a range of different activities including music, dance, sport, computing, art and well-being. 

We are delighted to be able to offer a wide variety of school clubs to our children, before, during and after school. Most of these are organised and led by staff at Westfields Junior School on a completely voluntary basis however, some are organised by outside agencies, adding to the selection of activities on offer.

Click on the link below to access the clubs available this term.

Clubs Timetable Autumn 2023

Club Letters

Events

Events are also held where children represent Westfields to compete against teams from other schools.  Recently, these events have included maths, logo and design technology building challenges and many different sporting leagues and competitions.

Soft Archery Festival 2020

District Sports 2019

Match & Club Reports

2023-2024

Year 6 Boys Football Match
Westfields Juniors V Hook Junior – Thursday 25th April

On Thursday, our boys football team played their final league fixture away against Hook Junior School. This was without doubt the boy’s best performance of the season! They played superbly and were truly a credit to Westfields. Hook took an early lead with a goal against the run of play. Westfields then kept pushing for the rest of the first half but unfortunately couldn’t grab a goal before the half time whistle. In the second half, Westfields put together a dominate performance; grabbed a great goal after a superb through ball from Josh which was confidently scored by Jasper. Unfortunately, and completely against the run of play, Hook grabbed two goals in quick succession to make the game 3-1. Despite the disappointment, the boys remained positive showing impressive team spirit and determination to pull the game back and that is exactly what they did! After many chances, they finally got their second goal with a superb team effort which was started by Cooper and after some one touch football, was brilliantly headed home by Bentley. The comeback was then completed by Jasper who scored Westfields third goal. The boys should be immensely proud of their comeback to ensure the game finished 3-3. Congratulations one and all on a wonderful performance and brilliant season, I have hugely enjoyed coaching you, well done!
Mr Farrell, PE Co-ordinator and Coach

 

Year 6 Boys Football Tournament
Tuesday 23rd April

On Tuesday, 14 of our Year 6 boys made the trip to Calthorpe Park School to compete in a Football Tournament against local schools. The boys were split into two teams, Green and Red. Green Team played three games in their group, losing 1-0 to a last minute winner, losing 3-0 to a cracking All Saints team and unfortunately losing their last group game 2-1 with the boys dominating the game but conceding two last minute goals although Oli’s great strike deserved to be a winning goal! In a playoff for 7th and 8th place, the boys played their best football of the afternoon and beat a Velmead team 1-0 with another impressive goal from Oli, who was awarded the team player of the tournament! Unfortunately, our Westfields Red team lost their first of 3 group games to Velmead 2-0 conceding an unlucky goal and a very well taken one. The second game was a 0-0 draw and the third game against Cambridge ended in a 1-1 draw with a marvellous shot by Jack from the right of the goal curling into the top left corner! With two draws, they were placed into the 5th and 6th place playoff which we lost 1-0, finalising their place as 6th in the tournament. All of the boys should be immensely proud of their attitude, play and sporting nature where they never gave up and kept pushing till the final whistle, well done Westfields!
Mr Farrell, PE Co-ordinator and Coach

 

Year 6 Boys Football Match
Westfields Juniors V Elvetham Heath – Thursday 18th April

On Thursday our Boys Football Team played their Cup Quarter Final at Samuel Cody against Elvetham Heath Primary School. The game was an unsettled one with both teams struggling to gain control of the game and get into their rhythm. Elvetham Heath took an early lead with a looped effort from the edge of the area which seemed to spur Westfields into action. From that point for the rest of the half, Westfields had more chances with both Tommy and Bentley hitting the post from well struck efforts. The second half started similar to the first, with both teams taking turns to attack the other but again, Elvetham Heath doubled their lead early on with a snap-shot from the edge of the area from a corner. In response to this, Westfields began to dominate the game with attack after attack but without success. Unfortunately, it wasn’t our day as chance after chance just wouldn’t nestle in the goal and we unfortunately were defeated on the day 2-0. The boys should be immensely proud of their run to the quarter final and can take a lot of positives from their performances and should look back with their heads held high!
Mr Farrell, PE Co-ordinator and Coach

 

Year 5 Girls Football Match
Westfields Juniors V Hawley – Tuesday 26th March

Our WJS Year 5 Girls Football Team played their first match against a Year 5/ 6 team from Hawley. It was a rainy afternoon and sadly everyone got soaking wet but that did not stop the game. After a hard first half we were trailing 5-0. The second half was more successful with Westfields scoring 2 goals with the game ending 8-2. “We had great fun. We tried our best and did well to play in the rain. We never gave up and showed perseverance,” Emily. Well done one and all, we are looking forward to the next fixture… and less rain!
Mr Chaplin, Coach

 

Year 6 Girls Football Match
Westfields Junior V Greenfields – Thursday 29th February

On Thursday 29th February the WJS Year 6 Girls Football Team played in a cup match against Greenfields on a very soggy pitch at home! This was the team’s first fixture this year and we started strong following our weekly training sessions. After some skilful play, at half time the score was 3-1 and the second half continued with just as much action with the match ending 6-2 to Westfields. Goals were scored by Freya, Beth and Belle (who scored a hat-trick). The team were a credit to the school and played the match without a single foul being made. We now have high hopes of winning the next round which hopefully will not be as wet.
Beth and Freya

Football Match Report
Westfields Juniors V Manor Junior School – Thursday 25th January

On Thursday 25th January, Westfields competed in their first cup fixture of the season against Manor Junior School. It was a highly anticipated match for the boys with many of them playing at the ground for the weekend team. From the outset Westfields showed their skills and this continued over the course of the game; passing the ball around superbly and creating space through their runs of the ball. Against the run of play, Manor took an early lead from a corner with a player finding
space inside our area and poking the ball home from close range. This pushed the boys on and Westfields opened the scoring with a thunderbolt of a strike from Josh – who hit an impressive right footed shot which the keeper had no chance of saving, after a great counter attacking move from the team. This resulted in Westfields taking it up a gear, with the boys surging forward with attack after attack. The game was comfortable for Westfields with their movement of the ball a particular highlight, with many players finding space. We then grabbed a second chance of the game with a close range effort from Bentley, which topped off a superb performance from Bentley. The rest of the game continued in the same vain, with
a few slip ups however the boys held strong and won the game 2-1 which means Westfields will progress to the quarter finals – which will be held in the coming weeks!
Man of the Match was Bentley for his superb performance all over the pitch – with his movement, dribbling and linked up play being a joy to witness. The crowning achievement of his display was desire to make runs of the ball to create space for others – something that didn’t go unnoticed and shows a real maturity and selflessness as a player!
Mr Farrell, PE Co-ordinator and Coach

Football Match Report
Westfields Juniors V Potley Hill Primary School – Friday 12th January

On Friday 12th January, the Westfields Boys Football Team took part in their first away fixture of the new year at Potley Hill! It was a chilly afternoon but the team performed admirably. Along with the weather, the pitch was narrow and forced the boys to play in a manner they weren’t accustomed to but they brilliantly rose to the challenge. The first half was a close affair with neither team giving much away, few chances were created by either team apart from a few long range efforts. Unfortunately, Potley Hill fizzed in a low corner a few minutes before half time and the ball deflected off one of our players and flew into the goal.
The second half was a frantic affair with end to end action and quick counter attacking football with neither team dominating possession. Potley Hill grabbed their second goal of the game with a looped finish on the counter attack before Josh hit a superb long range effort to catch the keeper by surprise; wonderful strike! Westfields kept pushing and were in the ascendancy for the remainder of the game with attack after attack. Potley Hills goalkeeper had a fantastic game with save after save for the majority of the second half.
Unfortunately, Westfields were unlucky with three off the line clearances towards the end of the second half. Against the run of play, Potley Hill broke away and scored their third goal in the final moments of the game leading to a final score of 3-1.
Westfields played superbly in tough conditions and should be immensely proud of their efforts . Player of the Match was Tom for his superb, composed performance in goal and he should be incredibly proud of how he played!
Mr Farrell, PE Co-ordinator and Coach

 

Football Match Report
Westfields Juniors V Frogmore Juniors- Thursday 7th December 

On Thursday 7th December, the Westfields Football Team made the trip to Charles Kingsley CofE School to play their last fixture before the Christmas break. The boys took a few minutes to get into their rhythm but when it arrived, they showed what a brilliant team they are. They passed the ball around superbly. Their movement and quick counter attacking play was a joy to witness. The scoring was opened by hat trick hero (once again) Jasper who slotted the ball through the keepers legs on the counter attack. The team kept up their high pressing and fluid attacking style and were soon rewarded with more goals from Cooper and Jasper. The second half started with a fantastic continuation of the first half display with a wonder goal from Tommy at the near post which left the opposition in awe and also the Westfields fans! The scoring was completed by Josh and Jasper in the final moments of the game.
The team should be incredibly proud of how they played and we can go into the new year with confidence for our remaining three fixtures. Man of the Match was Tommy, who was superb all over the pitch; covering ground, making last ditch tackles, passing and moving as well as his absolute wonder goal! A great performance which one parent compared to a prime N’Golo Kante!
Mr Farrell, PE Co-ordinator and Coach

 

Football Match Report
Westfields Juniors V Frogmore Juniors – Monday 20th November

On Monday 20th November, Westfields competed in their second league fixture of the season against Frogmore Junior School. It was a cold, wintery evening but the boys created a spectacle with their performance! From the outset Westfields were a strong team, a theme they continued over the course of the game, passing the ball around superbly and creating space through their runs of the ball. Westfields opened the scoring with a thunderbolt of a strike from Jasper White – who hit a fantastic right footed shot from the head of the area which the keeper had no chance of saving. This resulted in Westfields taking it up a gear, with the boys surging forward with attack after attack. The game was comfortable throughout with two more goals being scored by Jasper, another hat-trick by Josh Tyrell (who was superb spraying the ball around at centre midfield and creating many chances, along with his own three goals) and Cooper with a wonderful individual goal, turning beautifully on the edge of the area before unleashing a thunderbolt into the opposition’s net. We came away with a 7-0 win. The parents who attended the game commented on how well the boys had played; they should be immensely proud of their performance on Monday afternoon and may it continue into the next fixture. Player of the Match was Jasper for his superb performance up front – with his movement, dribbling and strategic thinking it was a joy to witness but his crowning achievement was of course his hat trick – Congratulations Jasper and well done to the whole team, a very impressive result!
Mr Farrell, PE Co-ordinator and Coach

Boys Football Match Report
Westfields Juniors V Greenfields – Thursday 16th November

On Thursday 16th November, Westfields competed in their first league fixture of the season against Greenfields Junior School. It was a damp, cold afternoon but the game was an absolute end to end spectacle! Westfields started brilliantly, passing the ball and moving the ball around in a manner not befitting the surface they were playing on. Unfortunately, we conceded an early goal but the team responded fantastically with Oliver scoring a bullet header from a corner from Cooper. Greenfields scored another goal on the counter attack but we once again responded resiliently with Cooper securing a fantastic individual goal, weaving his way round two players on the edge of Greenfields area before rifling a right footed shot into the top corner. Greenfields then scored two goals in the second half, one coming from a penalty kick which Thomas was very close to getting a finger to. Jasper managed to draw a goal back by scoring on the counter attack. We unfortunately lost the game 4-3. However, the boys should be immensely proud of their performance and how they moved the ball around in tough conditions. Player of the Match was Cooper for his superb performance at centre-back; superbly timed tackles, recovery runs, playing out from the back and most of all, his amazing individual goal!
Mr Farrell, PE Co-ordinator and Coach

Previous Years..

Boys Football Match
Westfields Junior V Hook Juniors – Tuesday 21st February 2023

On Tuesday, Westfields hosted a Year 6 boys football match against Hook Junior School. After a focused and energetic warm up, the team gathered around me for a team talk ahead of kick-off. The match began with a very frantic pace with both teams pressing the team in possession high up the pitch. Within the first few minutes,  both teams had chances to score and the goalkeepers were called upon to make vital saves. Just before half-time, Hook managed to get the opening goal with a rebounded effort that hit the back of the net. Westfields showed great courage and resilience in the second half to create several chances, including hitting the post and the crossbar, but with the aid of fantastic goalkeeping and fortune Hook were able to not only keep a clean sheet but add another goal to their tally. The game ended at 2-0 with both teams, although exhausted from their efforts, cheering the opposing players for a great fair game.
Mr Frame
PE co-ordinator

Girls Football Match
Westfields Junior V Hook Junior – Friday 3rd February 2023

On Friday 3rd of February, Westfields Junior School Girls Football Team participated in a match again Hook Junior School. It was a tough game but every single girl played their absolute best and they were all outstanding! Westfields started off really well and pushed themselves to put pressure on every single member of the opposition. Due to unlucky circumstances, Hook were rewarded the first goal of the evening. After conceding a goal, the girls pushed harder than ever and kept their heads held high. With not long to go, Hook had many chances on goal but our brilliant goalkeeper, Lacey Adams, did not allow any other goals! Once the final whistle had blown, the girls had a lovely team photo and a chat about their performance. Mr Frame awarded the ‘Player of the Game’ to Beau Green for her commitment to the game and her energy throughout the match. Even though the team did not win, everyone went home happy with how they played.
Written by Aneya and Isla

Girls Football Match
Westfields Junior V Potley Hill – Monday 30th January 2023

On Monday the 30th of January, the WJS Girls Football Team participated in a match against Potley Hill Primary School. It was a tough game but every single girl played their socks off and they were all amazing! Potley Hill started off very well and therefore were rewarded with the first goal of the  afternoon; Westfields may have been a goal down but nothing was going to stop them and they kept their chins up. Just before half time the opposition scored another marvellous goal making it two nil. At the beginning of the second half the girls had a fresh start and were ready and raring to go. Westfields got stuck in and managed to score a brilliant goal by Beth Holmwood. With not long to go, Potley Hill pushed us but our goalkeeper (Lacey Adams), we made sure that no further goals were conceded. After the final whistle had been blown, she was awarded Player of the Match and, even though we were defeated, we went home happy with our performance.
Written by Aneya & Isla

Football Match Report
Westfields Juniors V Potley Hill – Thursday 26th January 2023

After school on Thursday 26th January 2023, Westfields were victorious in our first league match of the season against Potley Hill. After making the short journey to the away ground, our team worked together to score an impressive 9 goals with the match ending 9-0. The match started at a fast pace with the ball going from one end of the pitch to the other. However, before long, Westfields were able to retain possession and keep the ball in the opponent’s half. After a few minutes, Sam opened the
scoring with a tenacious finish. Just before half time more goals from Sam and Lorenzo established a 4-0 lead. In the second half great commitment and stamina was shown by both teams who were focused and enjoying the opportunity to competitively play. The Potley Hill keeper managed to make some incredible saves but  eventually the goals began to flow. By the end of the game, Lorenzo, who won player of the match, had scored 4, Sam had scored a hat-trick, and Harley and Sebastian netted one each. At the full-time whistle, both teams shook hands and cheered for one another showing great sportsmanship and respect. The next match being played at Westfields is the reverse fixture with the girls’ team.
Mr Frame, PE Co-ordinator and Coach

Football Match Report
Westfields Juniors V Heatherside – Monday 17th October 2022

On Monday 17th October, our Westfields Boys Football Team enjoyed a friendly match against Heatherside. The match started with great excitement from both teams for their first match of the year! Both teams battled well and created chances throughout the first half. However, both goal keepers came out on top with no goals scored at either end. After a half time team talk, the boys were fired up for the second half. The game continued to be extremely close and, with only 5 minutes left, Heatherside managed to get a goal on the counter attack. Showing great resilience and team spirit, Westfields soon responded with a goal of their own. Although there were opportunities to grab a last-minute winner, the chances were squandered and both sides had to settle for a well-fought draw 1-1.
Mr Frame

Football Match Report
Westfields Juniors V Heatherside – Tuesday 11th October 2022

On Tuesday 11th October, Westfields Junior School’s girl’s football team played their first game of the season. In the friendly match against Heatherside, we warmed up and were told our starting line up. When the game kicked off Heatherside started strong with an early goal to build up their confidence. The game was hard-fought but we worked together to regain possession and get the ball up the pitch. Unfortunately, the opposition kept the pressure on and managed to score more goals. In the second half, we made several good chances to score but their keeper was to remain unbeaten. Afterwards, we were proud that we never gave up and we plan to train even harder for our next game!
Written by Beau, Aneya, and Isla

Hart Football Shield Final Match Report
Westfields Juniors V Velmead – Monday 13th June 2022

On Monday, we were invited to play in the HART Shield Final. As winners of our independent leagues we knew this would be a tough game. Very early on we had a setback as Velmead scored a fantastic goal with a shot into the top corner. The game soon settled with both teams having their share of possession. Shortly after, Velmead crossed the ball into the box to their striker who netted a second. Resolute and determined, Preston scored a magnificent free-kick from well outside the box and within minutes, the whistle blew for half time. After a team talk and some refreshments on what was a sweltering day, the second half began with Westfields having the majority of the ball. However, with great speed, Velmead quickly managed to counter on the break and score a pair of well-worked goals. The score was now 4-1. Admirably, our team showed some grit and finished the game with a fluster of shots on the opposition goal but to no avail. All the players deserve great applause for their efforts in what has been a largely successful season reaching the final stages of the cup and league competitions.
Mr Frame

Girls District Football Cup Match
Westfields Junior School V Alderwood Juniors – Monday 25th April 2022

On the first day of the Summer term, our girls football team travelled to Samuel Cody to play in the knockout stages of the District Football Cup after progressing through the preliminary rounds. Our quarter-final game against Alderwood started with many strong tackles and possession of the ball was frequently switching between the two teams. The narrow pitch meant that throw-ins were plentiful. Amelia made some crucial saves early on but eventually conceded to a close range volley from a corner. The game continued at a relentless pace but our defence managed to show great resilience to keep the score 1-0 at half time. The second half stayed with only one goal separating the two teams until the final 5 minutes when Alderwood managed to take advantage of a rebound off the post to score the vital second goal. Shortly after, a thunderous strike flew past our keeper, Amelia, who delivered a player of the match performance. Despite the score, all our players held their heads high at full-time and cheered for the opposition and their continued success.  A great match and super experience for the team – well done to you all!                                
Mr Frame, Coach

Girls Football Match
Westfields Junior School V Hawley Primary – Tuesday 22nd March 2022

On Tuesday after school we hosted a girls football match against Hawley Primary. Our excited team headed out full of confidence and once again enjoyed the opportunity to put their skills into practice! Unfortunately in the first half,
one of the opposition’s players scored a superb goal from a driving run with the ball. Without letting this demotivate the team, they all got their heads in the game and worked together to quickly get a goal back scored by Megan who was assisted by Isla. Shortly after, Megan scored a sublime free-kick that turned the game on its head. After half-time, from which we made changes to our team and hydrated (it was extremely hot!), Grace scored a goal, assisted by Aneya and less than a minute later, Grace scored her second goal demonstrating great finesse. The game kept a fast pace and team played brilliantly and were delighted to achieve a 4-1 win.
Mr Frame

Dodgeball Competition

On Thursday afternoon a mixed team of Year 5 and 6 went to Samuel Cody to compete in an interschool Dodgeball Competition.  The team played a series of six matches against other local schools. We won one, drew one and lost four. Lots of sporting fun was had by all on their first Dodgeball experience. Miss Barrand and Mr Frame were particularly proud of the children’s determination and teamwork – congratulations to you all

Football Match Report – Westfields Juniors V Greenfields – Thursday 27th January 2022

After school on Thursday, our Year 6 football team hosted a match against Heatherside Junior School. In this friendly fixture, we had some new faces in our team who had the exciting opportunity to represent our school for the first time and of course they did us proud! The match started fast with both teams playing high energy football. Both sides had clear-cut chances before Heatherside managed to score the first goal with a shot that deflected off the crossbar. Even though we created many dangerous attacks but the much-needed goal seemingly eluded us. The second half was fought fiercely and, as we mounted the pressure on our opposition and began to control the game, Heatherside produced a swift break and took advantage of the space making the final score 2-0. Sam was voted, by our opponents, as our Player of the Match with a truly terrific sporting performance! Although this defeat was difficult to take, we plan to learn from this experience and improve our game for our next competitive match – like all the best sport teams do!
Mr Frame

This was certainly an exciting match to watch (and play!) with a fast pace and lots of opportunities for goals in the first half! Finlay’s corner took a deflection which led to our first goal. It was a close, tight match and then I took a shot from outside the box which hit the cross bar.  Frogmore came back and the score was 1-1 at half time. During this time, there was a good pep talk from Mr Frame during which he highlighted our areas for improvement and encouraged us to do our best. We started strong in the second half with lots of pressing but Frogmore went ahead 2–1. Preston scored our second goal bringing the score back to 2-2. The defence had their work cut out and unfortunately we gave away a penalty. Angus dived the correct way but their shot went wide of the right post. Our Westfields tenacity shone through.  We had some great lobs from Angus giving Aiden some chances to chase but it was Charlie that scored our third goal in the last few minutes. With our good marking we ended the match with an amazing 3-2 win for our first game. Not only did the players gain their first experience playing for the school but Mr Frame successfully refereed his first match too! Congratulations to one and all!                                                   
Henry Ogborne, 6LL

Year 6 Basketball 

On Monday after school, a team of Year 6 boys and I braved the rain to travel to Aldershot for a Basketball Tournament. The children played a total of four matches against some formidable opponents and scored some impressive baskets! Fortunately, we were extremely successful in winning all four of our matches which was a great achievement! I was impressed with the collaboration and commitment demonstrated through the afternoon!  Fantastic effort boys!
Miss Porter – PE Coordinator

Football League Match V Potley Hill Primary – Tuesday 10th March 2020

On Tuesday after school, Year 6 played a league football match at home against Potley Hill Primary School. After a long winter break, the team was raring to go and it was an exciting match! With the game underway, both teams had shots that went wide of the mark, however Potley were keeping possession and breaking through our defence with more attacking chances. Their determination paid off as they scored a great goal halfway through the first half. With challenges and tackles flying in, the first half ended 1-0 to Potley. After a brief team talk and a couple of substitutions, Westfields were dominant in the second half with 3 great chances. Our luck held and we scored a super goal with a fantastic cross in by Jack, poached at the far post by Freddie, who simply tapped it in. With the game entering it’s dying minutes, Westfields had a free kick just outside the box that curled agonisingly wide. The final score was honours shared at 1-1. Well played boys, a great game!
Mr Chaplin

Inter-School Rugby Competition – Tuesday 4th February 2022

After school on Tuesday, 4th February 2020, our mixed rugby team played their first two matches at an inter-school competition hosted at Hart Leisure Centre. Excitingly, we started off incredibly strong against a very tough opponent in Mayfield Junior School.  But as a result of our training, as the game progressed, we seemed to go from strength to strength; our clever passing, agility and speed led us to a pleasing first victory.   Next we played against St Nicholas School who were up for the challenge however again, Westfields came out victorious with a comprehensive victory. The whole team were terrific ambassadors for the school and 2 wins out of 2 is certainly not a bad start ahead of the second round next week!                          
Mr Ratcliffe, Year 4 Class Teacher                

Football Match Report – WJS v Alderwood – Thursday 21st November 2019

On Thursday after school we welcomed a Year Six team from Alderwood in Aldershot to Westfields for another league football match. Despite the muddy field and fading light, it was definitely an exciting game. After a slightly late kick off, the game began and tensions were running high as everyone was out to win. Within just five minutes Josh scored the first goal in the first half. Then Alfie scored the second goal after lots of saves from their goalkeeper (who was very good). Finally, Freddie scored the third goal and despite several attempts they had not managed to put any goals past our keeper.  The final score was  3-0 to Westfields… HOORAY!!!
Josh Spilsbury and Callum Clarke

Netball League Match v Potley Hill – Wednesday 20th November 2019

On Wednesday 20th November 2019, WJS played their first league netball match of the season against Potley Hill Primary School at home. Even though it was tough, WJS held their heads high when Potley scored the first goal in the first quarter. As the whistle blew signalling the end of the first quarter, WJS changed positions and at the start of the second quarter, Emily scored the second goal of the match for WJS, putting us level with Potley. In the dying seconds of the quarter, Potley scored once more. However, luck was on WJS’s side when they scored two goals in the third quarter! As the final quarter commenced, the tension was high as Akshaiyan and Davey worked together to score another goal for WJS. Suddenly out of nowhere, Potley managed to score again. The game ended in a draw of 4-4 and Emily Gray was awarded Player of the Match. We all enjoyed our first league game and are looking forward to the next one!
By Davey White and Akshaiyan Suthaharan

Netball League Match v Charles Kingsleys

On Tuesday after school the WJS Netball Team excitedly prepared for their league match against Charles Kingsley Primary School. In the first quarter, Daisy Hurst was goal attack, Sam Nwachukwu was goal shooter, Noah Blues was goal keeper, Emily Gray was goal defence and Katie Monger was centre. In this quarter, Sam scored to make the opening score 1-0. Afterwards, Charles Kingsley managed to sneak in an amazing four goals making the score 4-1 to them. In the second quarter, Katie Monger was goal attack, Honey Vandensteen was goal shooter, Sam Nwachukwu was goal keeper, Anya Rimmer was goal defence and Ryan Middlebrook was centre. In this quarter, Honey scored to make it 4-2 to Charles Kingsley. In the third quarter, Ryan Middlebrook was the goal attack, Emily Gray was goal shooter, Honey Vandensteen was goal keeper, Daisy Hurst was goal defence and Noah Blues was centre. In this quarter Ryan scored to make it 4-3 to Charles Kingsley. At this point our hopes were still high, however, in this final quarter, Charles Kingsley scored a very impressive five goals and although Noah Blues managed to pull one more goal back for WJS, the final score 9-4. 
After the game we shared drinks and biscuits and selected a player of the match for each team, our Westfields winner was Noah Blues who showed excellent skills and the runner up was Anya Rimmer, who we were excited to have on the team.
Report Written By Ryan Middlebrook and Katie Monger

Year 4 Netball Festival – Tuesday 30th April 2019

On Tuesday 30th April, a group of Yr4 netballers (Eloise Biddell, Charlotte Dixon, Olivia Edmonds, Emily Gray, Poppy McManus-Smith, Phoebe Payne and Lana Santos) went with Miss Redman to St Nicholas School in Fleet for a Netball Festival, and it was amazing! We had lots of active fun practising our throwing  and catching skills before we were all put into mixed teams to play in a series of mini netball matches! In the matches, points were given if we hit the line rather than scored a goal in a net. The team who achieved the most points won! There were nine different schools at the festival and we all had so much fun and learned a lot of new skills!
Charlotte Dixon (4TR) & Lana Stanos (4EC)

Chess Club Awards at Westfields Junior School Spring 2019 

Ana Olmos Champion
Harry Brown Top Under 11 Boy
Evelyn Bourne Top Under 11 Girl
Ethan Billington-Phillips Equal Top Under 10 Boy
Akshaiyan Suthaharan Equal Top Under 10 Boy
Oliver Uttley Top Under 9 Boy
Ana Olmos Top Under 9 Girl
Mike Jaruchowski Top Under 8 Boy