Upcoming Sports Fixtures


With our football season well under way, it's now time to focus on some of our other 'Wolverhampton Association for Sport in Primary Schools' organised sports. We have a busy start to spring term, with a range of competitive sporting opportunities across all key stages.

Multi Skills Date - Week Beginning 20th January (exact date given upon entry).

Sport                                               Year Group     Date           Venue                      Time


Multi-Skills                                            Year 1-2             20/01/2020     TBC                                    4.00 pm - 5.00 pm

Football Blakemore Cup                          Year 5/6            23/01/2020     Wolves Training Ground     4.00 pm - 6.00 pm

Cross Country Relay (Boys and Girls)      Year 5/6            01/02/2020     TBC                                    10.00 am - 12.00 pm

Basketball Festival                                 Year 5/6            04/02/2020     Moseley Park School          4.00 pm - 6.00 pm


Quick Stick Hockey                                Year 4/5/6        12/02/2020     Aldersley Leisure Village    4.00 pm - 5.00 pm


These are the league fixtures for this season (2019/2020).


Fixture                                            Time and Date


Loxdale vs Wilkinson                             To Be Confirmed

Fieldview vs Loxdale                              To Be Confirmed

Loxdale Vs Stowheath                           To Be Confirmed


Holy Trinity vs Loxdale                          To Be Confirmed


Villiers vs Loxdale                                  To Be Confirmed

Loxdale vs Bilston C of E                        To Be Confirmed

Football League fixture vs Stow Heath and Wilkinson Primary School

December 04, 2019

The last few weeks have been busy for the Loxdale Primary School football team. After a solid run of training, it was finally time to begin our league fixtures. First up, an away fixture at Stow Heath Primary school. Both teams started the game strongly, with Stow Heath scoring two wonderful goals against the run of play. Although Loxdale were 2-0 down, that didn’t stop us from trying to get on the score sheet and just after half time we were awarded a penalty. Unfortunately, the ball struck the post and the score remained 2-0.


Stow Heath managed to bag 2 more goals before we replied with a stunning free kick, which was curled into the top corner with expert precision. Both teams played a superb game and the score finished 5-1 to Stow heath. Despite the score line, we played with passion from start to finish, so well done team Loxdale!!


We managed to take the lessons learnt in our first game into our second fixture at home vs Wilkinson Primary School. In a hard fought game played in miserable conditions, both teams gave it their all. Mid-way through the second half, Loxdale found themselves 5-1 down again. However, this did not deter our team from battling back and in the end the game finished 5-4 to Wilkinson. Two fantastic performances! Keep up the hard work!

Intra School House afternoon

November 15, 2019

Our intra school house afternoon saw a whole host of competitive, sporting action. House teams from each year group competed against each other in the sport that they had covered during their PE lessons in Autumn Term 1.


First off, Years 3 and 4 competed in intra house football competitions. Following on from that was Year 5, who competed in a tag rugby tournament. Finally, Year 6 put their Netball skills to the test.


The event presented every child in KS2 with the opportunity to play sport in a competitive environment, whilst representing their respective houses.

As well as providing competitive sporting opportunities for children who might not otherwise gain them, it also enabled Loxdale Primary School to satisfy a large part of the criteria for the ‘School Games Mark’ gold award which is one of our school PE and Sports targets for the year.


All competitors played with passion and displayed outstanding levels of team work throughout. Overall, the winning house was St Patricks with a grand total of 70 house points.

Well done to all of the children who took part. You are all Loxdale sport superstars!!

Sport & PE Update

October 06, 2019

With the school year firmly underway and our sports clubs in full swing, we have a lot of competitive sport to look forward to at Loxdale.


We will soon be announcing the first competitive sports fixtures of the year. This will be the start of some exciting, sporting opportunities for the children at Loxdale. Our aim is to increase the opportunities available for our pupils to participate competitively in sport.


This year we will be promoting opportunities for our children to represent Loxdale Primary School in a wide range of sports including; football, tag rugby, sports hall athletics, cricket, multi skills, basketball, kwik sticks hockey, cross-country, tri-golf and mixed rounders.


In addition to external sport, the pupils of Loxdale will be given the opportunity to represent their houses in range of internally organised, competitions.

Details of our upcoming football fixtures are set out above with times and dates to follow.

Tag Rugby Tournament

March 25, 2019

Our tag rugby team went with Mr Darby to represent the school today. The tournament went really well and the children showed great resilience, determination, enthusiasm and teamwork. We can't be more proud of the sportsmanship that the whole team showed!

Fourth overall - well done!

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Upcoming Sports Dates

March 15, 2019

These are some of the dates of upcoming sporting events and competitions (2018/2019).


Tag rugby tournament 25 March

The Athletics competition - Heats: 20th June 2019 2.00pm - 6.00pm Finals: 11th July 2019 5.00pm - 7.00pm (Aldersley Leisure Village)

Cricket tournament 20, 21 or 22 May (Fordhouses Cricket Club)

Rounders fixtures starting in May


Loxdale sports day for KS1 and KS2 18 June

Girls Football Tournament Report

March 14, 2019

On the 15 February, Loxdale played in their first girls 6 a-side football tournament, which was organised by the Wolverhampton Foundation as part of the Premier League Primary Stars. We drew two games thanks to some great teamwork and we lost the final game. Sadly, even though the team played well in all the games they were knocked out in the group stages. We hope this is the start of more girls football at Loxdale. Well done girls from Mrs Scott and Mr Brooke.

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Football Match Report

Completed by: Kai and Savraj

November 16, 2018

On Wednesday, Loxdale played a league game against Wood End Primary School. We won 1-0 thanks to some great teamwork and defending. During the game Loxdale had plenty of chances to score but a great strike from Sam Harris was the difference between the two teams when the final whistle blew. We hope to take this positive performance into our next game.

Kwik Cricket Match Report

Completed by: Amanveer and Harnik

Loxdale played cricket against Villiers Primary School, who appeared to be seasoned players. We lost but only by a few runs. Everyone had fun and for some of us it was the first time playing Kwik cricket. Everybody had 2 goes at fielding and 2 goes at batting .Villiers scored 241 runs and we scored 237 runs there was a 4 run difference. In the second game we played against Villiers because only Loxdale and Villiers turned up at Fordhouses Cricket Club. The scores were 205-245. The reason for this was that we batted the balls high so it was easier to catch us out. We still showed great sportsmanship.

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Match Report

Completed By: Harnik

Loxdale Team Members: Harnik, Pheobe, Christ, Jayden, Kirsty, Jane, Micah and Jake.

Loxdale got into the City Finals after qualifying in their last tournament. There were 16 of the best schools (including us) that had to battle against each other until one of us won. In our first game we were facing Lanesfield Primary school. We won 3-1, with tries from me, Kirsty and Micah.


The next game was against Fallings Park Primary School where we lost 4-1 with Micah being the only person to score. Though we lost the next two games, we increased our score rate by one each time. After a hard fought game, we were told that we would play St Stephens.


Again – another closely fought battle with two tries coming at the death. It was a good experience and I am happy that we had the opportunity to play tag rugby.

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