The football team have been working hard at training and were rewarded with a great performance against Bargarran Primary at their new state of the art pitch.
It was a great end to end game and we would like to thank them for the warm welcome we received.
Primary 6 represented the school in the RENERS Cup at Renfrew Juniors last month due to Primary 7 being on their residential trip.
The squad played extremely well and our coach Tammy commented that the behaviour and sportsmanship shown by the boys was superb – they really gelled as a team and were great at supporting each other!
We would like to thank our coaches and supporters as we look forward to our league campaign next year.
The weblink for Bishopton Primary School’s Block 3 (May-June 2019) clubs is now live to view and is accepting bookings:
In addition, the weblink for Active Schools Community Clubs is also now live to view and is accepting bookings:
Today at assembly we celebrated becoming a Cycling Friendly School by inviting Team GB athlete Luisa Steele to talk about her journey to elite cycling.
Luisa was raised locally and has volunteered and coached with Active Schools since leaving school in addition to competing for British Cycling’s Women’s Sprint Team . She told us of her journey and experiences and encouraged the pupils to try as many sports as possible.
Becoming a Cycling Friendly School is an achievement we are very proud of. Thank you to Mrs Ferguson, the committee and everyone who has taken part in helping us achieve this award.
The football team lost in an action packed game against Rashielea Primary. Both teams were desperate to win the final game of the league campaign and scored with some fine finishes but it would be Rashielea who took all points after a clinical first half.
Thank you to all the volunteers who make the league possible and give us a great opportunity to make new friends as part of the transition to secondary school.
Well done to our Cross Country team who were fantastic as they raced against the rest of Renfrewshire at the On-X yesterday. We just missed out on a podium finish but are very proud of everyone as we gave it our all and even made friends along the way.
For some more pictures of the event check the link below.
Cross Country 2019
The football team scored some lovely goals in a well contested victory over Langbank Primary. It was very windy and at times wet but the team put in a great shift individually and collectively as a team. The goal of the game came from Langbank who scored from distance with a rocket shot! Thank you for the game and good luck in the final round of games.
The school football team were back in action today after the winter break. The team managed to produce some exciting football and maintain a clean sheet as we beat Inchinnan Primary.
Well done to the team who had an excellent attitude throughout and really worked for each other.
Good luck to Inchinnan for the rest of the season who never gave up!
The school football team played out an entertaining fixture against Barsail Primary with goals for both sides. Our opposition just edged the scoreline as we now stop for a winter break.
Well done to all teams so far and to the team who have enjoyed playing in our local league. We look forward to finishing the campaign in the new year.
The Sports Committee are delighted to announce that we have once again achieved our Gold SportScotland School Sport Award. We are one of only five Primary Schools in Renfrewshire and 284 across Scotland to achieve this accolade.
The school works hard to promote physical education, physical activity and sport and this is a great way to celebrate our successes.
The school football team played out an entertaining encounter against St Anne’s today. Both teams played some lovely football and there was some great goals scored with St Anne’s just shading the victory.
It was a very competitive game with handshakes all around after the final whistle. Well done to both teams!
Today Bishopton Primary took two teams to Ferguslie as part of the Soccer Sevens qualifiers.
Team Blue competed in the P7 event and narrowly missed out on the play offs after some hard fought games.
Team Red competed in the P6 event and made the play-offs but sadly just missed out at the final hurdle against All Saints Primary.
Thank you to all of the spectators who came to cheer us on and to Bargarran Primary who we once again travelled with (and drew 0-0 with again!!!)
Well done to Team Bishopton who competed in the Renfrewshire Road Race at the Linwood On-X today.
It was a lovely day with the P6 and P7 pupils showing great commitment and resilience to complete the tough 2km course.
There was a great team spirit as they roared each other on.
Well Done everyone and thank you to our helpers and supporters who cheered us on.
The football team showed great resilience today as they drew 0-0 with a very good Bargarran side. Both teams played some good football which will set us up nicely for our tournaments at the end of the month.
Our active School clubs are starting back next week. If you would like to attend any of these fantastic clubs please log onto the following website to register.
If you have any problems please contact Mr McAvoy in the school.
BISHOPTON PRIMARY 2018
Football Team Training TBC
Cheerleading & Commercial Dance
Sports Day 2018 finished with our Sports Assembly on Monday Morning. We looked at the qualities of elite athletes and how we could become the next one!
Congratulations to the HAWKS who won the Sports Day Trophy in what was a very tight event.
The Sport Committee would also like to thank all of our volunteers and helpers who made the day a great success!
A massive well done to Bishopton Blue and Bishopton Red who competed in the RENERS cup at Renfrew Juniors today. Both played some lovely football with Bishopton Blue reaching the Semi Finals. The football and sportsmanship on show by all schools was fantastic. Well done to everyone involved and a special thanks to those who came down to cheer the team on!
That’s the Big Pedal over for another year. Thanks to everyone – mums,dads, grandparents, breakfast and after school club staff – who made the effort to bring bikes and scooters. I know the children enjoyed it and we finished 6th out of over 500 schools in the UK.
Hopefully with the nice weather we can all continue at home to get lots of exercise and have fun on our bikes and scooters.
Happy cycling and scooting.
The football team finished their league campaign with a scoring draw against St John Bosco. It was a close game and the team were disappointed as the final whistle blew but they should all be very proud with their excellent league form, only losing once all year.
Well done to everyone who has represented the team this year and thank you to the supporters who have cheered us on.
We have the RENERS cup in the next few weeks as we look to finish the year on a high.
The Active school clubs start back this week. There is still time to book up to most of the classes. You can do this by clicking on the link below.