Church of England VC Junior School

Lockton Ave, Heanor, Derbyshire, DE75 7EQ

01773 713427


Girls 6aside Football team go to Derby Powerdome

The year 5/6 girls six-a-side team have been to the Powerdome, near Pride Park Derby to take part in the Derby County Ladies’ Festival of Football Tournament. We were delighted to take part as the competition is so popular we were not in the initial line up of teams. So, we couldn’t complain when we […]

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Runners Up at Derby County Ladies Football Festival

We recently took our year 3 / 4 girls’ six-a-side team to the Powerdome, near Pride Park Derby to take part in the Derby County Ladies’ Festival of football tournament. Schools from all over Derbyshire and Derby City are eligible to enter. It was particularly exciting for the girls as for nearly all of them […]

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Mini Tennis

Another racquet sport, this time the turn of our year 3/4 students who represented us at the Mini Tennis competition with Amber Valley School Sport Partnership. Again 4 pupils took part in an individual round robin format where they each played games of first to 8 points against another child from a different school. Our […]

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Table Tennis

We recently took 4 students from year 5/6 to the Amber Valley School Sport Partnership Table Tennis competition at Belper Leisure Centre. Our team, made up of two boys and two girls competed individually against children from other schools in a game of first to 7 points. Each pupils results contributed to our team score. […]

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Dodgeball Plus

Our love of dodgeball continues as we compete in our third AVSSP dodgeball event in just 9 days! This time out our Dodgeball plus team represented the school in an afternoon of sport at Alfreton leisure centre. A group of 6 students competed brilliantly to achieve a great result for our team, winning a few […]

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Year 5/6 Dodgeball

Dodge, Duck, Dip, Dive, and DODGE!! Our year 5/6 teams were fantastic at all 5 D’s of dodgeball at the recent AVSSP competition between 17 other schools. We enjoyed such an amazing and fun filled night of dodgeball which was rounded off in the best manner when our two teams faced each other in our […]

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Our Boccia Team went to the recent Boccia Plus competition at Alfreton Leisure centre for the AVSSP ran event for local schools across the borough. Boccia is a seated game involving two teams trying to throw their coloured balls closest to the white jack. It is very similar to bowls with the team closest to the […]

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Girls Futsal

Runners Up in AVSSP Girls Futsal A huge congratulations to all of the girls who represented the school at the AVSSP girls futsal competition. We were so proud of each and everyone of you, as you were all brilliant all evening. A great start to the night saw us win our first two games with […]

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Rowing Competition

A group of students recently attended the local AVSSP Rowing CompetitionIt was such an amazing and thrilling evening of sport where our pupils competed in individual heats against children from 5 other schools, in a 2 minute sprint race. All of our team performed brilliantly and showed such determination to keep going and push themselves […]

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Futsal Plus

Congratulations to our Futsal Plus team who finished runners-up in the Amber Valley competition. In their 5 matches they won 4 and only lost 1 – 0 in their last game to the winning school, the only goal they conceded in the whole tournament. They played really well, with a fantastic attitude and represented Mundy […]

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Welcome Mundy Junior School Sports’ Blog. Here we will keep you up to date with results and photos from the many sports events we attend over the year.

Our school swimming day this year is a Friday afternoon. This term is the turn for yellow pod, which means children in Mr Betts class and Mr Frost class will need to bring their swimming kit and a towel in a separate named bag.

Children can keep up to date with the sporting opportunities in school by checking the sports notice board in the hall, they can also find out about our after school clubs on the board in the meeting room.

We are so lucky to have such an array of sporting talent in our school and each pupil that is given an opportunity to represent our school at a competition or other events should be proud of their efforts and enjoy each experience with us.

We look forward to another year of sport and hope that everyone involved in our sporting calendar enjoys it just as much as we do!